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> Achieving True Zero-latency When Recording On Computer
Wilska
post Dec 5 2008, 06:41 PM
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I'm trying to figure out the best route to take to get a. better recording sound, and b. zero latency recording.
As i've said in other posts I currently use a Pod X3 live, and i'm pretty happy with the sound i'm getting, it's good enough for what I do right now. But I have been thinking about getting some interface to get zero-latency when I record.
I've been looking at some products from emu and tc electronics among others.

Would an a audio interface and some cheap monitors be enough to get decent zero-latency? Are there any realy cons to using studio-headphones instead of monitors when doing home recordings?

Input appreciated


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