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Old 06-21-2012, 12:30 PM
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Default Re: Low Latency Monitoring and Hardware Inserts

The situation I am describing happens with NO tracks in Record or Record armed.
This happens when attempting to BOUNCE TO DISK, and / or during playback, as it pertains to the RTAS following the Hardware Insert having no effect on audio....
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Old 06-21-2012, 06:34 PM
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Default Re: Low Latency Monitoring and Hardware Inserts

Originally Posted by albee1952 View Post
LLM will disable inserts AND sends. If you want to record thru hardware, its best done before conversion. You CAN do it by turning LLM off and running at a low buffer, but you will suffer the latency from the extra chain of conversion(out to the hardware and back in).
Like Mu-Tron says, there is some weirdness in the LLM output pair when you aren't even in record. Its very hard to predict what it will bypass, and on which tracks. I think its also effecting delay compensation on tracks not in record, (I think they do an Inactive style bypass to master channel effects without altering the delay comp, but I could be wrong on that one).
For example, I had a full mix setup >Drum Kit, Bass, 3 guitars and vocals, all assigned to 1-2 (1-2 is also my LLM output). Enable LLM and all the drums start flamming like crazy. Master fader plugs are bypassed for everything, and the mix is a general mess.
This is a session that won't run for me with less than a 256 sample buffer
Work around was to use a different output pair for the mix, and 1-2 only for the overdub.
Reference Guide gives vrey little info about such things.
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