Utilizing ADC while mixing


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Utilizing ADC while mixing

In this video I want to talk about using Automatic Delay Compensation, a feature now standard in all versions of Pro Tools. Host-based RTAS plug-ins and HD only TDM plug-ins are both real-time effects; it takes a little time for your computer to process the audio signals that pass through them. This processing delay can be measured in number of samples or milliseconds, and it can be significant. Some plug-ins, like the stock EQ plug- ins in Pro Tools, require very little processing power and have zero delay.

However, processor-intensive plug-ins, like pitch correction plug-ins, long delay effects, look ahead mastering limiters like the maxim plug-in, and noise reduction plug-ins can have much larger delay times. For example, one instance of the maxim plug-in has 1,024 samples of delay, and the delay literally adds up. The total delay of a track is equal to the sum of all the delays from all of the plug-ins on that track. So you have three maxim plug-ins on one track that will cause over 3...

Utilizing ADC while mixing
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Utilizing ADC while mixing provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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