First, thanks for taking the time to respond.
Not really sure exactly what you want to do?
I simply want to play other software instruments without the 30ms of added latency that Overbridge introduces. Sure, that latency is "compensated." But what about musicians who play instruments? They are going to feel that latency. Like Simon and I said, Overbridge reports about 30ms of latency to Ableton. That affects the entire set. 30ms latency on one device, means every time you play and monitor a software instrument in Ableton, you are feeling that latency. IIRC, most people start noticing latency around 9ms-12ms. 30ms is way too high.
Without Overbridge, on my system, running a 128 sample buffer, my overall latency is about 8ms. At 64 samples, it is about 5ms. Overbridge completely jacks that up.
Sure, if all you are doing is sequencing Elektron gear and not actually playing software instruments, then you would not care about this.
I have seen a lot of people complain about this latency, so I do not think it is just me. I think most musicians would not really be able to deal with a 30ms latency.