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I Just went out and got a Audiophile 2496 and a Eurorack UB 802 to use with my Flextone 3 XL Amp.

I have the audiophile card installed and working fine and I hooked my Flex up to the UB 802 via...XLR outputs on the amp to the 2 mic inputs on the UB 802. Then went from the main out on the UB 802 to the RCA audio in jacks on the Audiophile card. I also ran RCA cables from the line out RCA jacks on the back of the Audiphile card to the tape in jacks on the UB 802 and anothe set of RCA cables from the tape out on the UB 802 to the RCA inputs on the back of my home theater system.

The problem I am having is that when I go to record in either Calkwalk Home Studio or Audiacity I still get a delay or latency when playing my guitar while recording. When I play my guitar without a recording or editing software program it plays fine without any latency.


How do I solve this problem?

Do I have my setup ran right?

I am new to all this so any help would be great....before I have a melt down.
 

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The latency is happening when I am trying to record. I have 2 tracks going during recording...one audio track and the other would be the guitar. I have not really got to the play back part because of the latency problem.
 

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Sadge...I have a home theater system as my PC speakers so if I unhooked them I would only have the headphone option...The wife would like that....
I profiled the card and all seems to be in place with that.

Stingx...I have the latest drivers installed, but not quit sure if that's what you mean. I got them from the m-audio web site. How do you can I tell if I am getting 5ms or less latency?

How do I record just a guitar track in calkwalk home studio? Would it be an audio track or an midi track and do I have to somehow set up my guitar in the track properties so it will record?

Sorry to ask so many thimgs...I am new to this recording thing...It's great to have fellow musicians like the you guys here and a forum like this to help green horns like me out...".THANKS AGAIN GUYS IN ADVANCE"
 

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Well we can puit the melt down on hold....evey thing seems to be working fine....no latency...even with 3 or 4 tracks and the recording doesn't sound to bad...just a lot of fine tunning to learn and apply.

Sadge and Stingx: Again thanks a bunch for your help...like I said It sure is great to have guys like you on this forum.....
Stick around though, I am sure I'll have other questions......
 
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