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Sync problem in cubase sx

When i play the two tracks at the same time there is synchoronisation problem .there is a delay of fractions of a seconds

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  • wakoy_2006 Dec 20, 2008

    while im on recording process synchro seems ok but then when i made playback the tracks are not on the same timing its really frustrating

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