It appears to be the case that there will always be at least some latency when audio recording.
My question is:
How to determine the exact amount of latency my FL recorded audio has been recorded with,
so that, in my case, I can manually move the recorded audio into exact alignment
with the beat I just played over.
For example, I tend to record into the Playlist using this method:
-create a beat, or use the FL metronome
-go into song mode, enable record, arm, input, etc
-plug electric guitar into computer line in
-disable FL mixer's latency compensation (so it's not a factor in determining the exact latency per recording take)
-move the recorded audio waveform to the left maybe 6ms, just guessing though
...and that's the part I wish to know for sure without guessing.
How much to actually move the audio waveform to align with the beat I just recorded over
Yes, I can just move it by ear.
I could also move it by sight, visually aligning it.
When people do choose to do this method of aligning the waveform to make it in sync,
-Is there a known way to know exactly how much to move it?
-And if so, is there a precise way to move it exactly?
By the way, at this point I do not want to use the track latency button,
because I like to actually see the waveform lined up with the Playlist grid.
I bet I'm probably overlooking something obvious in this process.
Thanks for any ideas.
(Edit:sorry accidentally double posted so I deleted the duplicate post hopefully before any replies)
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Chris7_ wrote: ↑Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:47 am My q...
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