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Old 10-22-2006, 03:43 AM
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Default Plug-in delay and compensation

Howdy,

I've been playing around with the M-Powered demo version to see if it would fit my DAW needs.
The only bad thing so far is the lack of plug-in delay compensation. How do you fix the delay?
I guess you could just nudge the tracks to compensate if the plugin is on a track, but is there
anything you can do if you're using a send?

For example, create a aux-track, put a reverb on it (a reverb that gives you 700 samples of delay)
and set it's input to a bus. Now when you set up a send from a track, wouldn't the reverb come
in 700 samples late? I could not figure a way to compensate for this. Is there a way?
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