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LATENCY COMPENSATION As you begin to synchronize your programs, you might hear a timing offset between the two applications during playback. This is most likely due to an excess of latency, or delay. This can be easily remedied by adjusting the Latency Compensation indicator found on the Audio page of the Preferences window (see Figure 16.6). This adjustment needs to be made only once, and it will be stored in the Reason Preferences. To properly adjust the latency compensation for tighter sync, do the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. Activate the Click option on the master program so it emits a solid timing reference. Activate the Click option for Reason from the Transport Panel. Click on Play on the master program to begin synchronization and make sure you can hear the click sounds of both applications. Open the Audio page of the Preferences window and adjust the Latency Compensation controls until the click sound on both applications occur at exactly the same time. This indicates that the two programs are in sync. Close the Preferences window. 5. Figure 16.6 Adjust the Latency Compensation to tighten up the synchronization