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Old 03-22-2015, 02:16 PM
mesaone mesaone is offline
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Default Re: Delay Compensation Red

Originally Posted by YYR123 View Post
Funny he shouldn't be in the red with 2000

Did I miss something?

Maybe he needs to take his delay comp to the max?
The shortest delay compensation engine setting is 1023 samples, he should definitely increase it if he's using AT
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Old 03-24-2015, 07:52 PM
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Default Re: Delay Compensation Red

thanks for chiming in. I use the short delay comp engine because I often track parts and mix in the same session. I could switch it back and forth if I need the AT plug.
Otherwise I prefer the short delay comp so there's no latency when tracking.
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Old 03-24-2015, 10:49 PM
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Default Re: Delay Compensation Red

ixnay on that line of thinking.
the latency comes from the plugs used (for ex., AT) ;
there's no latency diff in picking an Delay Compensation Engine,
only the computer resources devoted to it.

OTOH, the H/W Buffer Size,
that can make a difference in tracking latency...

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Old 03-27-2015, 02:23 PM
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Default Re: Delay Compensation Red


if still red you could always print the vox (although here, AT audio suite is broken with pt10hd)
I have been mixing more in PT vs Logic Pro, and also with updated techniques (i.e. parralell processing, mix bus of instruments etc.) requiring more track loads (50 plus in native PT10, 8 core 2.64 Ghz, 16 GB, Macpro)

Is this something you can do to all your plug in laden audio tracks to reduce CPU/RTAS usage?

Please see my new post regarding this topic if not here. Thanks so much!
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