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grg1540 02-25-2017 08:32 AM

Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Hey All,
When I route 1 audio track to my compressor so I can simply print it on a new audio track, I am experiencing some latency.
What the quickest most precise way of getting the new audio track exactly aligned with the original in the session? PT 10.
Yes I have searched online but looking for more info.
Thnx


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Drew Mazurek 02-25-2017 12:01 PM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by grg1540 (Post 2414762)
Hey All,
When I route 1 audio track to my compressor so I can simply print it on a new audio track, I am experiencing some latency.
What the quickest most precise way of getting the new audio track exactly aligned with the original in the session? PT 10.
Yes I have searched online but looking for more info.
Thnx


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You need to use Hardware Inserts so the delay can be compensated for. With HD and a Digilink I/O this happens automatically, with regular PT you need calculate and enter the delay in the I/O setup window.

Start by searching the manual for Hardware Inserts.

albee1952 02-25-2017 03:14 PM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
That^^^, or record the processed audio to a new track and nudge it into alignment with the original track(show samples and SPOT the new audio according to a common transient). Advantage of a compensated input(as Drew mentions); Delay Compensation lines everything up fine(but off-line bounce is not possible). Advantage of recording and nudging; the processed audio is permanently added to the session, and once that's done, off-line bounce works:o

thigohdx 10-02-2018 09:50 AM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Drew Mazurek (Post 2414785)
You need to use Hardware Inserts so the delay can be compensated for. With HD and a Digilink I/O this happens automatically, with regular PT you need calculate and enter the delay in the I/O setup window.

Start by searching the manual for Hardware Inserts.

Hi there!!! What you’re saying is that with HDX/HD we dont need to calculate it? Any outboard?
Thanks

Drew Mazurek 10-02-2018 03:12 PM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by thigohdx (Post 2501496)
Hi there!!! What you’re saying is that with HDX/HD we dont need to calculate it? Any outboard?
Thanks

HD/HDX with a Digilink interface.

thigohdx 10-02-2018 03:44 PM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Drew Mazurek (Post 2501548)
HD/HDX with a Digilink interface.

I have two digilink and two avid... Are the avid HD the same? Best!!!

Drew Mazurek 10-03-2018 03:19 AM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by thigohdx (Post 2501554)
I have two digilink and two avid... Are the avid HD the same? Best!!!

So long as PT knows the box, you're good.

Which ones are they?

thigohdx 10-03-2018 03:42 AM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Drew Mazurek (Post 2501599)
So long as PT knows the box, you're good.

Which ones are they?

Two Avid HD I/O 16x16
Two Digi 192 8in 16 out
HDX/pt ultimate

Drew Mazurek 10-03-2018 06:03 AM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by thigohdx (Post 2501601)
Two Avid HD I/O 16x16
Two Digi 192 8in 16 out
HDX/pt ultimate

Cool, you're good to go.

PT knows the delays with these boxes and will compensate automatically.

Keep in mind that you can only use I/O that are "stacked" on top of each other for Hardware Inserts.

See the Hardware Inserts tab of the I/O Setup page.

Let us know if you have any further questions.

thigohdx 10-03-2018 07:12 AM

Re: Hardware Latency/Delay Compensation
 
Please what do you mean by:

"Keep in mind that you can only use I/O that are "stacked" on top of each other for Hardware Inserts."

Best!


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