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Delay Hi there. I'm a new Cubase user with very basic recording software knowledge. I started messing around and trying to get input from my Behringer (UB1202FX) board into my comp, which I was able to do successfully. However there seems to be a slight delay in the signal. Example: I record two guitar tracks, and the 2nd track is just slightly out of sync with the first one (No I did not play it that way hahahah) I would assume this has something to do with my computer's soundcard (Currently using a basic onboard device Not a card,however I do have a Creative Sound blaster audigy card that could be installed). If not that my next guess would be my drivers, that being said with my limited experience, I'm really not sure. I'm running my Behringer board to my comp via an RCA to eighth inch adaptor cable, could this be the problem as well? Thanks!!

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    Mike Mac Donald Feb 06, 2009

    no not quite. It's more of a delay in the signal reaching my computer it seems. So when I try to record track 2 it seems to sound ok, but then on playback. Track 2 is out of sync with track 1.

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This could be caused by latency. There could be a slight difference between what you are hearing during recording and on playback. Try installing the other soundcard. The onboard device could be the cause of the delay.

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If i understand it right, you recorded for example 2 tracks. recorded A then recorded B then you synced them together? if so, my bet would be adjusting the volume for each giving them balance. your master volume is your guide on this. hope this works.

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