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Good morning I have Cubase SX version 1.01. lately when I record vocals to a track. Im noticing that the Vocals are not in sync with the music. one is playing slower than the other track.. the slower is my vocals... I need help is there a setting to balance this out?

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Sounds like it's an issue with Latency try downloading ASIO4All, that may help.

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I don't 100% understand why Cubase does this. I'm assuming it's a memory (RAM) problem. If you record loud and clear anough you can just drag the tracks to where they're meant to be afterwards because you can see where they go relative to the other tracks

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