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Delay Compensation necessary in Cubase SX-3 ?

Hello,

I downloaded the UAD-delay-compensation examples.
There were examples for Cubase, too.
The txt.-file was dated 2002.

Now I would like to know:

do I need the delay-compensation with Cubase SX-3 and with Cubase-4?

I think that these programs can do the delay-compensation autonomous.

And, if someone is so kind to answer, how about Wavelab 6 and Delay-compensation with the Precision-Multiband ?
 

imdrecordings

Venerated Member
It's really for older Host programs or ProTools LE users...
If you have sx3 or C4, don't worry about it... you'll never use it. These guys are nice enough to give you Full Pug-in Delay Compensation, for FREE. :D
As well as Samplitude, Sonar, Logic, Reaper and Sony products.

Unlike one company out there?????? hmmmm :?

As far as WaveLab??? You shouldn't need it here either. If you're only doing stereo files. Everything passes through the master bus and that's were you apply your effects.. I've never used WaveLab for Surround Sound stuff.. soooooo. yeah.

Hope that helps.


peace

-S-
 

RWIL

Established Member
lucky909091 said:
do I need the delay-compensation with Cubase SX-3 and with Cubase-4?
As imdrecordings already says, no. SX & C4 are full PDC.
 

kleinholgi

Shareholder
You don´t need to think about latency compensation in SX3.

I ugraded from Cubase VSt for exactly that reason.

Now it is that easy.

Just put the UAD effects or any others into an insert and the software will do the maths.

Sometimes although it can be a good idea do use the stop button before inserting or deleting an effect slot, especially when the cpu or dsp load is increasing. This way the software is able to precalculate the new fits for the individual track compensation offline. Depending on the stability of your audio drivers, this may help preventing dropouts or crashes.
With good hardware usually it is fire & forget.
 

RWIL

Established Member
Paul Woodlock said:
RWIL said:
lucky909091 said:
do I need the delay-compensation with Cubase SX-3 and with Cubase-4?
As imdrecordings already says, no. SX & C4 are full PDC.
SX1 doesn't have full PDC.

It was introduced in SX2. :)
Good to know that! SX1 & VST5 are those that I didn't ever bought!
In fact I upgraded from Cubase Score VST 3.7.2 to SX2!

Thanks,
RW
 
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