JulesC wrote:I've recently upgraded from N4 to N6 and my record latency on 48samples went from 2.56 ms in and 3ms out to 5.5ms out on the same hardware. That's a round trip of 8ms! Constrain latency compensation just made it skip audio in the record file. I now can't use my the control room for monetoring as I did with N4. I now have to put the Mic directly through on the rme total mixer. I have a new machine on the way and hope it will solve my latency issue I never had before.
Ultimately the hard drive will need to feed the ram or pull from the ram so there will be a time limit to how long ram buffering will work
Perhaps you should look at Nuendo Live.
Hugh wrote:Hello psvennevig,
As can we - as long as we're using one of several drives we've demonstrated as doing well - Seagate 7200.x, WD Blue, WD Black; I'm sure there are others that do well. However I'm betting you're not recording 128 tracks to a recent generation Toshiba mechanism, we've demonstrated to Avastor and others the repeatability of this. The interesting thing to me is whether it occurs on a Win7 Nuendo machine as well and the only way to test that is for us to send a Win7/multi-madi user one of our 23 Toshiba mechanisms that have tested badly.
I used to freak out PT users by demonstrating that you could pull the power on Nuendo during recording and get most of it back. I haven't tested that in a while....
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