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Anree
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themuzic wrote:If you are using a USB interface you will not get the "Z"


We use Studio Live 16.4.2
There is no USB only FireWire.
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Anree wrote:
themuzic wrote:If you are using a USB interface you will not get the "Z"


We use Studio Live 16.4.2
There is no USB only FireWire.


I see. Since the StudioLivehas onboard monitoring, the "Z" does not work for that interface. You need to monitor the channel directly.

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Hi,


I'm using studio 1 artist and I activated my cue mix in song set up, however I don't see this mysterious Z symbol for zero latency. I'm using a studio live 16.0.2, could it be this product doesn't support this feature?

ANy help would be greatly appreciated.
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adamwalker1984 wrote:Hi,


I'm using studio 1 artist and I activated my cue mix in song set up, however I don't see this mysterious Z symbol for zero latency. I'm using a studio live 16.0.2, could it be this product doesn't support this feature?

ANy help would be greatly appreciated.


The "Z" is non functional with the StudioLive mixers because you have the ability to create Zero Latency with the mixer itself.

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I've never been on the cutting edge of computer technology. The G5 I am using now is probably the most cutting edge computer I've ever used.

I don't track a dozen tracks at a time, but the principle is the same.

I don't monitor through the computer. I don't know that I ever understood the need to either. I run everything through a digital mixer. A direct signal is routed to the DAW & recorded dry. A bussed signal is routed back out of the mixer to the artist, compression, eq, reverb are all applied on that signal.

It plays back in time with the audio coming from the DAW, all the time every time, in time. Even if I've got a full mix going & need to do a quick punch in (with advances in pitch & rhythm correction, these instances are occuring less & less).... I can use the same set up & it works.

If I were playing a guitar through one of these virtual amps.... yeah, latency becomes an issue... but I think that's a special situation.
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another thing...... I was just playing around with my VSL mixer.

If you're using a presonus interface, a firestudio, an audiobox, etc..... you've pretty much got a digital mixer. You don't have any physical faders, meters, knobs, switches or whatnot, but it's all accessible through the software. I've got an Audiobox22VSL, so I can't really set up monitor mixes, but I'm sure you could with the 1818VSL...... according to soundonsound anyway

Like most multi-channel interfaces, the Audiobox has a software utility to control the routing and monitor mixing that take place on its onboard DSP chip. The notable feature of Presonus’ Virtual Studio Live is that it replicates pretty closely the features and functionality of the company’s Studio Live mixers; in essence, the Audiobox’s DSP is a Studio Live mixer without the physical controls. This means that not only can your monitor mixes employ hardware-powered reverb and delay, but that every input and output channel has its own gate, compressor and equaliser too. Many manufacturers now offer some processing capability, but to have this much power on offer is unusual.


I imagine it would be possible with an audiobox44 or Firestudio.I've got a Delta1010 that I could do the same thing with.

You can reverse the phase of your mic, apply a HPF, gate, Compression & EQ on every channel. Then I've got two sends, one for reverb, one for delay, & there's a library of settings I can drag & drop, or save my own.

All this can be mixed with the output from my DAW, so the artist can listen to their parts, with effects & no latency.
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I am using a Presonus 1818VSL interface and the Z shows up when I create a cue mix output and it works just fine. My unit has the latest firmware update and the Studio One version is the current one as well.

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Firestudio Project + StudioOne Pro 2.5 = zero latency


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