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Re: Any experienced Ableton users able to give me a hand?

darn those FFTs.

do you have a VST version? you might find that it doesn't introduce
latency, as (as far as I know) VST plug-ins can't report latency like
AUs can.


2009/6/4 Simeon Harris <simeonharris40@googlemail.com>:
> ok, tracked down the source of the latency - NI Spektral Delay. just 
> it in one of the return channels causes masses of latency - even when 
> off
> shame...cos it's really nice
> sim
> On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 1:48 AM, Mech <mech@m3ch.net> wrote:
>> At 11:24 PM +0100 6/3/09, Simeon Harris wrote:
>>> mech - i've just tried your multiple returns method in Live... one 
>>> in each return and using the sends to pass the audio around the mixer 
>- very
>>> nice. one problem though - as soon as i send audio through any of the
>>> returns (even one with no plugins in it) i get masses of latency all 
>of a
>>> sudden....have you noticed this? and is there a cure?
>> What?!? That's utterly bizarre.  No, I've never noticed any latency via
>> the Return channels, in any of the versions of Live I've run.  It 
>should all
>> be taking place through digital bussing, so I wouldn't imagine any delay
>> beyond perhaps the single sample level.
>> What version of Live are you running, and what does your 
>> configuration consist of?  Anything else loading down the computer's 
>CPU at
>> the same time, perhaps?  This sounds weird....
>>        --m.
>> --
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