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How to delay compensation for Sample Libraries

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I haven't figured out and don't understand how CbB handles delay compensation?

Some  Sample Libraries  (for example Cinematic Studio Strings) have a delay compensation for Legato around -250ms. Audio Imperia Nucleus  use by default -125ms, etc.

Where is this setup in CbB? Is this the PDC? -  Live Input PDC Override, there is nothing to enter in ms? - In other DAWs the Track Properties have a Delay-Time Field for this.

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PDC is for audio track/plugin compensation.  For MIDI tracks (and sample libraries) you can adjust the offset in the Track Inspector by setting the MIDI Offset Controls Time+

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The units for this is in ticks, which the conversion requires using the current projects BPM.  As a result I've never bothered trying to use it.

 

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Assuming you have Cakewalk configured to 960 ticks per quarter note (it is an option in preferences under project->clock) you can use 0.016 * BPM * delay to compute the delay in ticks.  So a delay of -250ms would be 480 ticks at 120BPM

 

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