after bouncing a sample out of a frozen ableton track containing microtonic, theres always a small latency. microtonic does this and also heartbeat. synapse audios eks pro doesnt do this and also bazzism2.
is this a design decision? whys that?
How many samples is that? If it is more than around 4 samples I would start to worry. Otherwise it is probably some rounding error in latency compensation etc. Microtonic generates it sound in blocks of 64 samples (which is one reason why it is so CPU efficiency), meaning there will be 64 samples latency in any real-time application (this however is not uncommon even for hardware boxes). But this should be compensated properly by the host when rendering.
what do you mean by samples? those little dots you see when zooming in? i counted 55.
Oh, that is way too much. I don't see that. This is what it looks like for me:
Could you please tell us your exact version of Live, if you run PC or Mac (and if you use the AU or VST in case you run Mac)?
Also, notice that you should perform this test with the fastest possible oscillator attack. With a slower attack a little delay is introduced to fade out any existing sounds to get a more consistent transient when the oscillator retriggers.
its 10.0.6 and ive got a windows machine (win10). everything up to date
and its the fastest attack time
ooouuups. retreat!!! it was a longer attack time.
im really sorry!
that first jpg was from another project with no attack time. (zoomed in: looks like yours)
Haha. No problem. Glad we figured it out.
but still: theres a small latency! :)
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