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Old 06-30-2019, 03:53 PM
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Default Delay Compensation screws up VI timing

I'm using Electric Sunburst in Kontakt 5 (Pro Tools 2019.6) and if I have delay compensation enabled in Pro Tools, the guitar pattern timing is all screwed up.'

If I disable delay compensation, the VI timing is fine but all my other tracks are wackadoodle.

Thoughts on what to do? I've been committing my Kontakt audio and enabling compensation but this just seems silly.
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