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FX Rack, FX Bypass and Delay Compensation Question

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If an FX is bypassed via the FX Rack, should this also bypass the FX delay compensation which adds to the apparent latency? Because it doesn’t seem to do so.

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It does not. That's so you can enable/disable effects during playback without messing up the sync. You can, however, disable delay compensation independently.

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1 hour ago, bitflipper said:

It does not.

And that also applies to MIDI input regardless. PDC is only for live input, so the only way around it is to bypass all effects or Isolate the heavy delay comp plugin & take it out of the signal path manually which is not too convenient and maybe  a bit complicated to do, when the objective is to temporarily reduce the apparent midi latency to record a midi sequence... Pity...

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Sometimes it is easier to bounce everything to a temporary track, archive all the bounced tracks and bypass all bus effects then record a new track using the temporary mix as a guide.

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1 minute ago, scook said:

temporary mix.

Sounds like a good idea, to keep things in context, and you may only need to bounce a small section...

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