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  • pro tools 6.4 on OSX 10.3.9 question

    Under playback engine there is an option for DAE playback buffer. The defult is level 2, but I got a couple error messages with large amounts of tracks. I put it at level 4 with no issues. What is the diffrence? Should I raise it even more? What does it do?
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    Originally posted by goodbye,beautiful
    Under playback engine there is an option for DAE playback buffer. The defult is level 2, but I got a couple error messages with large amounts of tracks. I put it at level 4 with no issues. What is the diffrence? Should I raise it even more? What does it do?


    the bigger the buffer the more delay...
    It's not so bad though..
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      The DAE Playback Buffer allocates the amount of system RAM the DAE will utilize. Level 4 is what I have been using, even with HD systems.
      The H/W Buffer will effect latency. Lower number=less latency. Use the lowest possible for recording. Higher number=more latency. Use a higher number when mixing or needing to run many plug-ins.
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