ChrisNinety Posted September 21, 2011 Share Posted September 21, 2011 Hopefully this is a simple one: does disabling or bypassing a plug-in remove its latency in all cases, even if the plug-in leverages a hardware card? I ask because I have an intermittent problem where tracks I record are occasionally slightlu out of time and I have to nudge them backward. But it only happens very rarely, and only after I've piled a bunch of plug-ins on the project (including UAD ones, so a lot of latency there), so I've never been able to track it down. When I track, I'm using direct monitoring from my 1620i, and I usually click the low-latency button, if it doesn't destroy the monitor mix I have going. In a complete project with maybe 20 audio tracks, I'd say this ends up happening on 1 or 2 of them at some point in the tracking. But I tend to mix as I track, so as the track count grows, so do the number of plug-ins! It happens so rarely, though, that I almost wonder if one particular plug-in is reporting its latency wrong, or maybe UAD is incorrectly calculating the overall latency for the workload of the card in certain cases? So, I'm hoping disabling any of the more questionable plug-ins manually will perhaps avoid the problem from rearing its ugly head! Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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