NAT settings are divided into 3 sections: audio settings, MIDI settings and preferences.
In audio settings you can select your audio interface, NAT only allow two inputs and two outputs and frequency sample rate. If you want to correct the offset generated by AD and DA converters you should connect a cable from output to input and click in check. NAT will automatically measure the delay and incorporate into offset value.
NAT will not link your audio interface or audio sequencer sampler rate, you should change by hand before start a sampling session.
In MIDI settings you can setup you MIDI interface in order to send MIDI data to Nebula instance inside NAT.
In preferences you can select the Nebula instance that you want to load NAT, NAT will work as a plugin host. In appearance tab you can also select a skin for NAT.
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