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Just get clean tone through NI Rig Kontrol 2

I plug everything correctly. I plug my my guitar in RK 2 input and headphones at RK2 outputs. After launching Guitar Rig 2.2 or Guitar rig 3.0, I get no output. after 3 seconds, I hear the clean sound of my guitar. Please, help me. it was 3 mounths that I couldn't play guitar!!! any suggestions would be appreciated.
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You need an asio driver for your rig kontrol.. you are probably set to use DirectX drivers, which will give you latency of 50ms and waaaayy beyond... By contrast, ASIO drivers will give you sub-10ms latency... Most people can play at around 7ms, but im picky, and no more than 5ms will do for me..

Go download the drivers from NI site, and try those.. if that doesnt work, there is ASIO4ALL... google and read.,. this will help ya

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