What is a good amount of latency Ableton?

What is a good amount of latency Ableton?

anything below 5ms is fine. Last edited by cavern on Tue Sep 25, 2007 3:32 pm, edited 1 time in total. I don’t think 12ms is bad at all, that’s like standing 12 feet from your speakers, hardly a hug delay. I run my buffers at 256 or 512 samples and never really notice any latency issues.

Why is Ableton Push 2 so expensive?

The main reason the Ableton Push 2 is so expensive actually comes down to the 3 things that I previously called out in the previous section. These 3 things would be: The product’s build quality. The software development that went into the tight integration with the software.

How does Ableton calculate latency?

Hover your cursor over the device title bar in Device View to display the latency in the status bar. The device latency is shown both in samples and in milliseconds. Note: If Delay Compensation is not active under the Options menu, then it won’t be possible to display the latency of a device.

How do I fix MIDI latency?

Steps to Getting Rid of Delay on MIDI Keyboards

  1. Reduce your audio buffer size.
  2. Raise the sample rate.
  3. Select ASIO audio drivers on Windows or Core Audio drivers on Mac OS.
  4. Disable your audio input device while recording MIDI only.
  5. Manually edit or quantize your MIDI instrument after you’ve recorded it.

Why is latency so high ableton?

Certain Live and Max for live devices, as well as certain plug-ins and processes can add latency. Delay Compensation is used to ensure that all tracks in a set playback in sync with each-other. However this adds latency, especially if there is a device or process in the set with a very high latency amount.

How can I reduce my latency?

How to Reduce Lag and Increase Internet Speed for Gaming

  1. Check Your Internet Speed and Bandwidth.
  2. Aim for Low Latency.
  3. Move Closer to Your Router.
  4. Close Any Background Websites and Programs.
  5. Connect Your Device to Your Router via an Ethernet Cable.
  6. Play on a Local Server.
  7. Restart Your Router.
  8. Replace Your Router.

Who uses Ableton Push?

Here’s what we found: Ableton – Flume, Netsky, Dada Life, Kill Paris, Diplo, Wolfgang Gartner, Skrillex, Baauer, Flosstradamus, Bass Kleph, Deadmau5. Logic – Disclosure, Hardwell, Flosstradamus (yes twice), Nicky Romero, Chocolate Puma, Boys Noize, Calvin Harris, David Guetta.

Why does Ableton say latency?

What does latency mean?

Latency is a measure of delay. In a network, latency measures the time it takes for some data to get to its destination across the network. It is usually measured as a round trip delay – the time taken for information to get to its destination and back again. Latency is usually measured in milliseconds (ms).

How do you fix sound latency?

How can I fix audio lag in Windows 10?

  1. Run the Sound troubleshooter.
  2. Reinstall Realtek audio driver or replace it with a generic driver.
  3. Disable Hardware Acceleration and Exclusive applications priority.
  4. Restore Playback device to defaults.
  5. Change the Audio format and disable Enhancements.
  6. Disable ErP and/or HPET in BIOS.

How much latency is acceptable?

Typically, anything at 100ms is acceptable for gaming. However, the 20ms to 40ms range is considered optimal. So simply put, low latency is good for online gamers while high latency can present obstacles.

Why does push 2 have so much latency?

Most of the performance issues you have with latency will be because of the lack of dedicated audio interface. Asio4all is a stop-gap solution that may improve things a little, but it still has to work with a device not designed for the strain of real-time audio reproduction.

How to reduce latency in an audio interface?

How to reduce audio interface latency 1. Reduce the buffer size. The smaller the buffer size, the lower the latency. There’s a trade-off though, in that lower… 2. Raise the sample rate. Sample rate refers to the amount of samples which are carried per second. The higher the… 3. Disable the Audio

How does the size of the buffer affect latency?

The buffer size is defined in Live’s audio preferences. The bigger the buffer size, the bigger the latency. In addition, the type of audio driver and the interface you use affect latency. 2. Device/Plug-in related latency Certain Live and Max for live devices, as well as certain plug-ins and processes can add latency.

Are there any extra latencies during a session?

There should be no different latencies during a session, unless you add devices at any point to your signal path that do processing that adds extra latency. Max For Live devices sometimes adds huge extra latencies on top of what you have already, and some plug-ins/devices do as well, at least in some configurations, like when oversampled.