Tackling Latency and setting up audio on the Surface Pro

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I’ll show you how to get low latency audio out of your Surface Pro using both the on-board sound and a USB audio interface. Featuring ASIO4ALL and the Surface Pro 2017 i5/8GB. This is taken from my larger video on Cubase but it will work in any DAW with similar settings.







4 thoughts on “Tackling Latency and setting up audio on the Surface Pro

  1. Hello,
    Thanks again for all your instruction videos. They have made me want to get back into music as well as turn my surface pro 4 into a creativity tool. I was interested in purchasing some of the equipment you introduced; one of them being the Avid Fast Track audio interface. That particular one is only available second hand for the most part now, so I was curious if you had a secondary recommendation that would be suitable for the SP4 before I make significant investment. Look forward to hearing from you.

    Sincerely,
    Adam

    1. Any USB audio interface should be fine – all the ones I’ve used and tried have worked fine. I heard that some people had trouble with Focusrite Scarlett interfaces, but I’ve not tested one. Otherwise you should be great.

  2. Hi there, thank you for your site… as a SP4 owner it has been invaluable to me.
    I have been considering a new Surface Book 2, but am waiting for your evaluation of the device before I upgrade. Can you tell me if you plan on doing a Surface Book 2 evaluation?

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