1. In the Logic manual it says that all low latency mode really does is bypass plugins in order to keep the latency under the amount of time specified in the low latency mode settings. BUT... what does make sense to me is that if I have a project full of hefty plugins and I am getting latency, bypassing them all manually DOES NOT remove any of the latency, only manually removing the plugins from the inserts gets rid of the latency. Whats up with this?
2. In the low latency mode settings you can set the limit for it anywhere between 0 ms and 30 ms. say I set it for 5 ms... is this 5 ms + my normal latency from my converters/buffer (lets say thats 7 ms)... making the threshold for plugin cutoff by the low latency mode actually 12 ms... or does it mean that plugins are always cut off when LLM is on because my original overall latency is already past 5 ms.