Delay Audio on USB B output

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  • #58508
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    Justyn
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    Hi

    I’ve just starting to delve into live streaming our events and am using the audio from the USB B output to go into our MacBook Pro. I have a audio / video sync issue of about one second. I’m looking into the best cost effective and workable solutions to this, hence this post. My question is if anyone knows if it is possible to put any kind of delay onto the USB B output feed (i.e. the audio is ‘sent’ x seconds after it happens).

    One option is a £400 upgrade on the streaming software.

    #58509
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    MarkPAman
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    If it’s just 2 track audio, then all the outputs have a delay available, but I don’t think they go to as long as a second as a second. They’re really for time aligning speakers in different positions.

    If you have one of the effects units available, you could insert it in the output of your choice, set it to 100% Wet, 0% feedback, then dial in the time you need.

    #58512
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    Justyn
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    That’s a great ideal, and will try out as soon as it is feasible.

    #58517
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    Dick Rees
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    How many channels do you have available? How many do you use? I have a solution but it will only work if you have extra channels, the more, the better.

    #58519
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    [XAP]Bob
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    Just get a USB cable that is long enough. 1foot of cable is worth 1ns, so you need a million kilometres of cable…. Erm… Maybe not 😉

    #58532
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    Justyn
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    We use about 10 of the main 16

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