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jpettit
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This is just a few pages from the Zero latency Handbook.
Please see the 8 page PDF attached below if you want to learn the how to use it or how it works..

“Z “Monitoring or Zero Latency is supported as of Studio One 2.6 on the following interfaces:
Hardware Interfaces
• FireStudio Mobile, Project
• AudioBox 22VSL, 44VSL, 1818VSL
• Any 3rd party ASIO 2.0 DM interface device

How do you know if you have Zero Monitoring Capabilities
1) You will see a “Z” next to the hardware interface icon.



2) You will see the Z icon in your Audio Channels, and in any Cue mix



“Z” Signal Paths
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Z On
1) Make sure the input track(s) are set to monitor.
2) In the case of recording, the audio signal follows the normal signal flow through the mixer to the hard disk.
3) In the case of monitoring, the audio follows the normal signal flow through the mixer however the monitoring path is switch off on any “Z” enabled Audio Channel and instead sends a fader level control signals to the hardware interface (via ASIO 2.0) to adjust the appropriate Direct Monitor output level.
4) NOTE: The FX bus will send the FX signal also to the hardware interface but with a delay due to the ASIO buffer size. If you are using delayed based effects such as Reverb or Delay, this delay in the wet signal will probably not be noticed.

“Z” Off
1) In the case of recording and or monitoring, All signal path will follow normal routing and be delayed in the monitoring by the size of the ASIO buffer.

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mwright137
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Very nice. I might actually try using this for once...
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Because of the many different types of delays associated with Monitoring live recordings and overdubbing with or without FX as well as the type of musician, I added a new section to the Zero Latency Handbook explaining it a bit more.

Please see V1.1 of the PDF file
Hopefully it is helpful.
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Vahevahe
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I wish I could use this with my apogee symphony
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Does anyone know if the Apogee Duet is compatible with this feature? I can't seem to determine if it has/is/contains ASIO 2.0 DM. Thanks.
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matthewgorman
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Zero latency as described above through s1 is only for presonus interfaces. Check with the manufacturer of your interface for that option, also called hardware monitoring.
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Umm...the original post above says:

“Z “Monitoring or Zero Latency is supported as of Studio One 2.6 on the following interfaces:
Hardware Interfaces
• FireStudio Mobile, Project
• AudioBox 22VSL, 44VSL, 1818VSL
• Any 3rd party ASIO 2.0 DM interface device

So...I'm wondering if the Apogee Duet 2 is such a "3rd party ASIO 2.0 DM interface device" in the third bullet.
Recording gear:
- Presonus Studio One 2
- Presonus FireStudio Project
- Blue Bluebird
- Audio Technica AT3035
- Blue Encore 100
- Audio Technica Pro 4L

MacBook Pro
- Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- Memory: 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT 256 MB
- OS: Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.1

Instruments:
- Martin DC-16RGTE
- Fender American Deluxe Telecaster
- Epiphone PR-100
- Kurzweil SP88x Stage Piano
- Fender '65 Princeton Reverb Vintage Reissue
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matthewgorman
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Thats what i get for coming in halfway through. As you were.
Matt

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S1Pro V2 (Special Dog Balls Edition), Melodyne Editor, Nomad Factory Studio Bundle, Waves Renaissance Bundle, Firestudio Tube, Faderport, Monitor Station, HP4 Headphone Amp Yamaha HS50 Monitors.
Shure Mics (57's, 58's, and a 1953 Unidyne), Various AKG, Various MXL Ribbon Mics.

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jpettit
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brianmbremer wrote:Umm...the original post above says:

“Z “Monitoring or Zero Latency is supported as of Studio One 2.6 on the following interfaces:
Hardware Interfaces
• FireStudio Mobile, Project
• AudioBox 22VSL, 44VSL, 1818VSL
• Any 3rd party ASIO 2.0 DM interface device

So...I'm wondering if the Apogee Duet 2 is such a "3rd party ASIO 2.0 DM interface device" in the third bullet.

Chech with Apogee. If it supports Direct Monotoring it will work with S1 Z monitoring.
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FRs: Tempo Detection & Mapping
Training Videos: Advance Melodyne, Creating Macros, 2.5 New Features, Signal Flow, Audio Timing Drum Replacement, Tempo Mapping, Useful Macros, Transformations, Layer/Takes/Comps
Simultaneous Audio Interfaces: Audiobox 1818VSL, RME 9632, Line 6 UX2, HF Presonus HP-60
DAWs: Studio One Pro 2.6.1, Reaper 4.5, Sonar X3c Pro, Adobe Audition CS5
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