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Old 09-03-2012, 03:17 AM
maxx.monopoli maxx.monopoli is offline
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Default ProTools 10: MIDI + Delay Compensation madness


recently I've set up a new PT10 HDX rig.
While I've been mixing with PT since almost 10 years, now I'd like to switch from Logic to ProTools for EDM production too.
I'm experiencing a crazy issue with MIDI timing: when delay compensation is on all MIDI messages to external MIDI devices (synths, expanders etc..) are played way earlier than the correct timing.
It seems that PT is applying a negative delay to the MIDI tracks equal to the compensated delay. All notes are way beforehand than expected.
My MIDI interface is an Unitor 8.

Any idea/advice?

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