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Tascam Us144 and Sonar3 problem!!!!

When recording my vocals..all of my vocals r recording late.when i know i'mi'm speaking in sync with the beat it still won't record on time.I've gone into options-audio-and messed with the buffer settings and all kinds of stuff..but no luck!!.what is the proper audio settings for Sonar 3 Producers Edition and a Tascam Us 144 as my interface?? please help!!

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Try this experiment:  Record a click track on track #1.  Record track #2 of the output of a monitor speaker playing track #1.
Now you have two click tracks which will probably not be cooincident (like they should be).
Measure the offset of the two tracks!  You now know your latency exactly, and can compensate by adjusting settings or moving the vocal track back manually that many milliseconds!

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