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Re: RECOMMENDATIONS for EFFECTS PROCESSING on upcoming tour
Latency compensation isn't a cure-all.
Say you're re-triggering a loop with a note right at the beginning of it,
...no way to compensate.
What happens is that playback can't start until after the latency period,
so you can either hear the attack of the first note and do without
or you can fade in the latency compensated loop losing the attack.
Rick often does rhythmic re-triggering, and latency compensation
is no help whatsoever for that.
Per Boysen wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 11:26 PM, andy butler <email@example.com>
>> Rick does a lot of re-triggering, in which case latency compensation
>> loses the start of the loop.
> Really? Isn't that just affecting the layer presently in