I’m hoping some of the more advanced Cubase users (there’s lot’s around here!) can help me with a few more advanced technical questions I’m trying to get straight in my mind.
- I’m fairly sure Cubase compensates for the delay introduced by my RME Multiface converters (as reported by the RME drivers) BUT I don’t use my RME converters instead I have a Crane Song HEDD192 attached to my Multiface via the coax digital inputs.
In this case how can RME and therefore Cubase know the amount of delay the HEDD 192 converters is creating - or is it so small I should just forget about it?
Cubase Pro 8 now has the setting on MIDI tracks “ASIO Latency Compensation” - should I have this switched on by default? - I thought Cubase already compensated for delays?
Is it best to turn Audio Pre-Record off. By default it’s set to 1 second. When I import an audio file it has a bit of extra audio (1 second) at the front because of this - do most people just turn if off to keep exactly lined up on beat 1 when using an editor etc.
Thanks for any help you can offer with these above three questions.