MiGiC is able to track every note with very low latency - this is the one of the main features which we are very proud of. There is only one setting in MiGiC that affects the latency (the slider “Latency” under the Conversion tab). If the slider is set to a lower value, the latency from MiGiC will always be low (but requires a more clean and distinct way of playing). If you still experience latency, please check the following:
- Check that your computer isn’t overloaded with concurrent CPU-heavy applications
- If you are using an integrated sound card on Windows, e.g. Realtek, we recommend you to install ASIO4ALL (http://www.asio4all.com/) for a better performance.
- If you are using an integrated sound card with low performance, you may need to increase the buffer size (under Options/Settings). This will increase the latency. Normally a buffer size of 64 or 128 is optimal, and keeps the latency very low.
- Some DAW specific settings can increase the latency.