Do you folks change your buffer like referenced in the title to this post?
Do you find it a bit of a pain mixing at high buffers during mixing, in that the cursor isn’t exactly over the audio you are hearing (so it’s a little harder to make precise cuts)?
Is there any reason to set a low buffer during tracking if I have that Steinberg hardware w/ zero latency at high buffers, even w/ control room inserts on (and hardware dsp)? (Maybe to answer my own question, maybe it’s important if you want to send different insert effects to each cue mix?)
Thanks for any thoughts -