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Old 01-27-2014, 09:10 AM
pyrodave pyrodave is offline
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Default Automation latency when using plugins that have long latency

I have been having issues when using Waves DeBreath plugin.

When using delay compensation in Pro Tools 11 and automating the plugin for example to bypass the plugin. The automation triggers way before it is programmed to.

I have spoken with Waves QA department and they have tested this, and it appears to be an issue with the way Pro-Tools 11 automation reacts to plugins which require long latency correction. This issue was recreated with other plugins that introduce long latency times.

Has anybody else had this issue? Hopefully Avid will fix this in future updates.

My spec;
Pro Tools 11.1.1
OS X 10.9
Waves AXX 9.2
Waves Install V9r15
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