Thanks PG, it would be great if you could improve it, but I have a dumb question:
Is the ASIO block size the setting on the interface? So if you have it set for 1024 samples, that’s the ASIO block size? Which would be about 24ms at 44.1? Then that’s multiplied by 4 if you use the minimum setting of 4 in Wavelab? Giving you a delay of about 100ms?
That’s what seems to be said in the Wavelab section of this article:
If that’s the case then it seems you could easily get a 1.5 second delay if you use the settings I was talking about earlier (Buffer Number 32 in Wavelab, and 2048 samples in the interface).
So the delay would be expected (?) and not unheard of in a Mastering program where the latency is supposedly not as important, as opposed to the other programs that are not Mastering programs (except the Studio One mastering section), where latency is more important.
Do I have any of that right?
And the Buffer Number in Wavelab can have greater effect than the samples setting in the interface because it’s acting as a multiplier?