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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hepworth View Post
    I have no doubt you're able to comfortably monitor, but the 1.5ms isn't a possible RTL. I'm sure it's just your input latency. Or are you running at 192kHz?

    Everyone has different sensitivity to latency. I am also able to be okay using software monitoring for some things like a DI guitar, but ~4.5ms is the RTL at 44.1 with Apollo and a buffer of 32.
    I will check to see what my RTL is currently. I am using 32 on the buffer. I'm pretty sensitive to latency and I don't hear any while recording. The IR also introduces a little bit. For example, I play guitar in a band live and the patches with pitch shifting introduce somewhere between 10-30ms typically and I can hear it enough that I notice it. I usually start to hear it around 10ms or so and it bothers me at about 15-20ms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myramyd View Post
    I will check to see what my RTL is currently. I am using 32 on the buffer. I'm pretty sensitive to latency and I don't hear any while recording. The IR also introduces a little bit. For example, I play guitar in a band live and the patches with pitch shifting introduce somewhere between 10-30ms typically and I can hear it enough that I notice it. I usually start to hear it around 10ms or so and it bothers me at about 15-20ms.

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    I'm more sensitive to the comb filtering affect latency has on acoustic signals than something virtual. I can get by with 8–10ms with a guitar sim or similar, but it has to be sub 2ms for anything acoustic (vocals especially).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hepworth View Post
    I'm more sensitive to the comb filtering affect latency has on acoustic signals than something virtual. I can get by with 8–10ms with a guitar sim or similar, but it has to be sub 2ms for anything acoustic (vocals especially).
    I'm with you on that. I was talking about DI signals (bass & electric guitars). I still use Logic monitoring for stuff that uses a mic and it's just barely within the tolerance range for me. Low Latency Mode will get rid of it if I need to. But I have my room very deadened since it's a home studio, so it's not as bad as when I hear any room reflections of any kind.

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