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The sound delay that you're hearing is often described as latency. It's just a by-product of having a lot of things for your keyboard to go through. Generally speaking, it's not really possible to eliminate latency completely but there are some ways to deal with it. In your case, I would suggest plugging your headphones into your keyboard directly instead of connecting them to your computer or any other pres/amps. Depending on your hardware, you may be able to run your keyboard with lower latency but getting that going will depend specifically on your hardware and what drivers are provided.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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