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Vahevahe
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What a wonderful feature. I bought my brother studio one pro and Vsl22 for his birthday and it is brilliant. I really like how it works! I wish that all daws had this zero latency mixer no matter what brand interface you use. I wonder if it is possible. To get a full band going at zero latency through the daw??? Would this be technically possible? I'm thinking it would be difficult with PCI based systems vs thunderbolt or usb/firewire.
I use an apogee symphony io and it sounds really good but the latency mixer is worthless. I would love it if studio one would have it's own zero latency cue system built in no matter what interface is used

Dreaming.

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Dream no more.
http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/list/45541.page
It has been in Studio One since 2.6.0
Any ASIO 2.0 DM interfaces works with the Zero latency Cue "Z"
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Vahevahe
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Thanks! Is asio more of a pc thing? I think the apogee symphony is core audio as well as my lynx aurora

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Mountain Lion 10.9.2
Mac Pro 2.4 ghz dual quad core
16 gigs of ram
Apogee Symphony i/o
Lynx Aurora 16
Avedis Audio MA5 preamps
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jpettit
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Sorry did. It notice you were on Mac
Can you set your buffers to lower than 128 on core audio?
If so that is practically near what "Z" gets you.
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Simultaneous Audio Interfaces: Audiobox 1818VSL, RME 9632, Line 6 UX2, HF Presonus HP-60
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Vahevahe
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No Problem!!!

Yeah I can get down to 64 buffer... Can I still check off the cue mix buttons in the i/o set up page and use it that way? If not I can just make aux sends when tracking a band live. I hope they can incorporate zero latency with core audio someday.

Thanks for all the info.

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 19/05/2014 09:09:03

Studio One V2.6.2
Mountain Lion 10.9.2
Mac Pro 2.4 ghz dual quad core
16 gigs of ram
Apogee Symphony i/o
Lynx Aurora 16
Avedis Audio MA5 preamps
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