Nothing to do… lol.
A pleasant rendition but there’s still a few clicks and crackles in there.
Here are some other solutions I found though you may not find any of them appealing.
I don’t know what this is or if it works!
If you can solder a simple circuit together you might want to try this:
Or (my preferred option) use the MIDI from your P70 to trigger a sampled piano on your computer. There’s some excellent ones out there and most are better than onboard keyboard sounds. Using MIDI also provides the opportunity to correct timing errors (we all make them).
Thanks! I’ll have a look later… gotta go to bed now. Gonna watch the football match in 5 hours.
Juke, I have no idea what t do. No, I can’t solder a simple sircuit together. I’ve tried to play around with latency, without much luck. For no reason it seems to be getting worse, too.
And, BTW, what operating system are you using? If it’s Vista you might try Windows 7 or XP which I understand are better for audio recording.
It seems that my previous reply didn’t get through, most irritating. Here’s the gist of it.
Increasing the driver’s latency normally resolves latency problems, here’s an article about it: http://www.recordingreview.com/articles/articles/173/1/Home-Recording-Computers-Clicks-Pops-and-Latency/Page1.html
But you don’t get crackles when you record via microphone (do you?) so that suggests that the direct connection between the P70 and the audio interface is the culprit. Unfortunately, I have nothing more to offer about this.
I’m assuming you’re using a PC. I’m on a Mac so I’m no use to you on this either.
Your options appear to be to record via microphone or use MIDI. Sorry I can’t be more helpful.
BTW, Tim, I twice replied more fully on this but it’s not showing up. Please check your spam filter.
Anyway, thanks for your help. Unfortunately, changing the latency didn’t help. I don’t get pops and crackles when I record microphone. … I’m tired of trying to figure this out, so I think I’ll give it a break. Thanks!
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