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Buffer Size is the amount of time allowed for your computer to process the audio of your sound card, or audio interface. This applies when experiencing latency, which is a delay of processing audio in real time.How do I set the buffer size of my audio interface?
On some audio interfaces, a buffer size can be defined in the devices control panel. For example, an RME Fireface UC: Some versions of drivers come with different default buffer sizes.What is bit depth and buffer size?
As you increase bit depth, you expand the threshold of what can be heard and recorded by your recording software although the maximum range of human hearing typically does not exceed 120 dB. Buffer Size is the amount of time allowed for your computer to process the audio of your sound card, or audio interface.What is the industry standard buffer size for a DAW?
There is no “industry standard” buffer size to run at since it’s all dependent on your computers processing power. Setting an appropriate buffer size will improve your DAW’s consistency and reduce your frustration with error messages.