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Phillip
 
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Default Reducing V-sampler latency?

So I just got this Steinway sample for V-sampler....however they is very
noticeable delay from the time I press a key on my keyboard to when the
sound comes out. How can I fix this from happening? I have an Athlon
1700XP, 512 Megs Ram, Windows 2000, Sonar 4 PE.

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Default Reducing V-sampler latency?

X-noarchive: yes

Are you running V-sampler as a plugin in Sonar instead of standalone?
If so, you need to adjust Sonar's latency, and be using a low latency
driver mode--WDM or ASIO. Set your soundcard's audio buffers to a
smaller setting and if using WDM, move the latency slider to a lower
setting.

In my Sonar 4PE (which you mentioned you have) manual, p.637-638 talks
about this. Or look up latency in the help and Audio Options

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