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Signal delay when recording in Reaper
by dangiles44 on 2011-09-03 05:18:28.6570


I got a Pod UX2 yesterday and have it all plugged in fine - into the usb port and the headphone out into my monitors.

I set up Pod farm and it all works fine, which guitar and vox, but when I record with reaper using Pod Farm as a VST FX plugin there is a substatial delay in the recording, so the guitar/vox is always behind the beat. Any ideas of how I can solve this?

Also since i plugged the speakers into the headphone jack every now and then there is a clicky type sound during playback, I'm not sure if it's latency or soemthing but any ideas on what to do there?

Any help much appreciated, thanks!


Re: Signal delay when recording in Reaper
by dangiles44 on 2011-09-03 07:13:37.7540

Okay, I just figured out the second part, so the clicky crackling isnt happening any more!

Any ideas on the rest?



RE: Signal delay when recording in Reaper
by Line6Don on 2011-09-07 10:01:38.8900

Hey dangiles44,

I would suggest to lower the buffer size within Reaper's preferences menu to reduce any latency.

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Re: RE: Signal delay when recording in Reaper
by darealagentp on 2011-09-07 10:31:06.7210

I did a quick test on this old work PC I'm on (XP/SP2) running REAPER 3.141 (probably older than your version) and POD Farm 2.51 VST.


I took a screenshot; aside from the fact that I'm using a POD Studio KB37, the preference and software input settings should match what I have. On this 3+ year old work computer I'm on, POD Farm 2.51 VST on Track #2 is processing audio and I'm hearing it with no perceivable delay (to my ears).


Maybe it's something in the software settings on your system? Double-check yours against my screenshot for starters and let us know.

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