Audio Latency in Recording

What is Audio Latency? – The time it takes the sound to transmit through air. (Usually measured in milliseconds when recording audio). Latency in recording audio is described as the delay generated when a signal is routed through a digital audio workstation and connected peripherals.

How does Latency Affect Recording Audio?   An example would be if a MIDI note generated on your keyboard leaves it is sent to the computer CPU processor.   The corresponding sound from your software instrument is then generated by your CPU.   The signal is then sent back to your interface and converted and sent out as an analog signal to your speakers for example.

Jim Slick of Slick Audio, reviews  Audio Latency, what it is and how to fix it when recording audio on a computer.



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