I am an absolute beginner so this may be a rather trivial question; yet I haven't found anything on it on the web, so that's why I'm posting here.
I route my BCR2000 into a Max-Patch (stand-alone) for processing and from there into Ableton Live (using Maple virtual MIDI connection). When I do that, the parameters in Live only respond with a certain latency to input by the BCR. If I turn a knob really fast, the corresponding knob in Live responds immediately, but turns much slower. If I add up different knob movements on the BCR, for example turning one knob up and down really fast for 3 seconds, the knob in Live will do the same but due to the slow motion there is an accumulating delay which is really killing any feeling of direct hardware connection. After the slow motion is completed, the knobs respond immediately again, accumulating delay on fast movements again. The whole issue is not the case when I connect the BCR directly to Live.
For a test, I created a Max-patch with a MIDI-In to MIDI-parse to MIDI-format to MIDI-Out, which should be kind of a bypass, but still there is the same problem.
I use a 32bit Windows Vista system.