Utilizing Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC)


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Utilizing Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC)

Pro Tools 9 now has Automatic Delay Compensation. It's not a Pro Tools HD feature only anymore. Automatic Delay Compensation, or ADC, helps to manage any delays created from plug-ins and hardware inserts, as well as internal mixer routing via sends and buses. For example, if in your Pro Tools session you have tracks with different plug-ins on them, or if the tracks have different mixing signal paths within Pro Tools, an ADC will help keep them time-aligned. Pro Tools adds the exact amount of delay to each track necessary to make each track's delay equal to the same amount, thus keeping all the tracks time-aligned.

We can adjust the delay compensation within the playback engine, shown here. Right now, we've got no Automatic Delay Compensation, but we can choose between three different options. The Short ADC value uses less processing power than the long ADC value and should be fine for any session that only has a few plug-ins that don't induce much delay. The Long ADC value...

Utilizing Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC)
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Utilizing Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC) 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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