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Old 11-15-2013, 05:55 AM
albee1952 albee1952 is offline
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Default Re: Low Latency Monitoring Mutes Output-Why?

I record at the 64 buffer here and have never once had a complaint about latency, so I think you are second guessing a bit, unless you have some plugins working that are adding latency(tun on Delay Compensation and look across the bottom of the MIX window and see what the numbers are showing. LLM will disable sends and plugins on record-enabled tracks, so separate outputs for headphone mixes can't be done with LLM(but I do it all the time without LLM). I stopped using LLM a while ago as it was broken and I just developed a workflow to bypass the need. My template session has almost all the plugins I need, but anything with more than 4 samples or latency is kept inactive until I finish tracking.
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