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  1. I've been dealing with this issue for a while and haven't been able to find an answer by looking through questions on the forum. Basically, when using LLM the plug-in latency essentially disappears while recording as it should but when I get back to mixing and turn LLM off the latency is reintroduced so that the timing of the recording is late/behind. As I said I have had this issue for a while, I guess one or two years, but my workaround of just avoiding high latency plug-ins before and during the tracking stage has worked well enough up to this point. But unfortunately, in my current project I used a lot of plug-ins with medium/high latency and I am needing to do a lot of recording so here we are. The prospect of having to move back every recording to the correct timing isn't pleasant. Does anyone know if this is common LLM behaviour? Is there a better workaround or even a fix? Any ideas? Thanks
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