[doggiebox] Doggiebox and other instruments

Michael Carlyle mcarlyle at charter.net
Thu May 22 14:58:05 EDT 2003

When using Cubase, I noticed a very satisfying sync 
between the imported aif file and the assigned tempo in 
cubase. Throughout the length of a 3 or 4 minute song, 
things were just fine.

If you have Deck, do you also have Peak? What about 
Amadeus? How do things compare there? I stopped using Deck 
due to some weird things happening. It's a great program 
and a good value, don't get me wrong. It's just not quite 
there yet, I think. Kudos for being the first OSX native 
multitracker though.

You're importing, according to the message you typed. I 
would wonder about latency issues if it were a recording 
of a Doggiebox playback, but it doesn't seem likely.

On Thu, 22 May 2003 12:45:45 -0400
  "Ben Kennedy" <ben at zygoat.ca> wrote:
>On 22 5 2003 at 11:19 am -0400, Frank Rubino wrote:
>>I have found that there is a bit of timing drift; i.e., I 
>>set the tempo of a
>>doggiebox song to 100, export the aiff, and import to 
>>Deck, with session
>>tempo = 100: the measure boundaries don't line up exactly 
>>the same.
>Thanks for bringing this up, Frank.  I thought I've 
>noticed the same
>thing myself, but passed it off as recording anomalies 
>(since my setup on
>the ibook has been sub-par as of late as I've been trying 
>out different
>audio in apps).
>It could well be that there are timing issues in 
>Doggiebox; I'll try to
>look into this more closely.
>Ben Kennedy, chief magician
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