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Old 10-22-2015, 10:14 AM   #3
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You should only ever hear what you're playing through NINJAM - that overcomes any issues with being out of sync with the NINJAM metronome. Keep your local volume low enough you can hear the click, of course... If your hardware isn't up to supporting a low enough ASIO buffer size to avoid noticeable delays, PDC cannot help - you need to upgrade.

PDC is about adding additional delays to signal paths to compensate for delays in alternative signal paths -- it does not remove delays: it adds them.

The ReaNINJAM client introduces no PDC latency - a sample received on local input is output on the same cycle, so PDC doesn't help at all.

Externally connected NINJAM clients should work the same way: a virtual ASIO cable introduces no latency, so such clients themselves introduce no delay.
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