Version 1.00 has one major
In the Option / Preferences
/ General tab there is now an option for Interchannel
Time Delay (in microseconds). This is used to correct
for time delay between the left and right channel input
systems. On my SoundBlaster Live this is a great feature
that fixes their asynchronicity for once and for all.
I use a value of -12uS I think.
To set the value, do a channel
calibration and look at the calibration curve. If the
curve is flat but the phase angle increases (or decreases)
to 20KHz then you probably have a time delay problem.
Apply time delay to the calibration curve until the
phase shift is 0 throughout. This is the time delay
you want to use in the Options / Preferences Interchannel
Time Delay setting. Set the value and then do a
channel calibration again. You should see the calibration
curve now be flat.
The advantage to correcting
the time delay via this approach is that it is a theoretical
solution. Rather than coping with the noise issues inherent
in a delayed channel calibration you can correctly fix
the time delay issue for once and for all.
If your sound card doesn't
need time delay correction (and some, such as the SB
PCI512, as I recall, don't) congratulation. You can
ignore this feature.
NOTE that it appears
that the sblive actually changes the interchannel time
delay from session to session (between two different
values) so this value may need to be reset each time
you restart Speaker Workshop.