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Delay between playing on guitar and sound from BIAS
Title pretty much says it all, I'm using an iRig 2 connecting my guitar straight into the headphones jack on my laptop.
Thanks for any help!
That's the latency on your headphone jack's drivers. If you luck out. that port may have asio drivers, if not, try ASIO4All and see if it helps
I've installed ASIO4ALL but unless it automatically does what it's meant to do, i don't know how to use it.
Do i need to do something once it's installed?
You will want to crank the buffer size as low as it can work. Are you using BIAS standalone or as a VST?
I think I'm using it standalone, how do I use it as VST?
You would run it as a plugin in a DAW to use it as a VST.
For standalone, have you chosen ASIO4ALL as your driver inside Bias FX? I'm not 100% sure how BIAS FX desktop works, but I assume it has a device choser
I'm not sure if there is a way to choose drivers... Not unless it's fairly well hidden
I'm a newbie to this whole thing so is there any benefit to running it as a VST? What's the best DAW to get for this?
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You're asking the Reaper man, yo. I use it, too, but I recommend googling all these things. Will save us days and days of telling you things.
If you wish to record your guitar, then the VST(plug-in) version will be the one!
Have a look on this ASIO4ALL tutorial from Ableton.