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Automatic Delay Compensation

  • Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC):It compensates the delays that you get by adding plug-ins, hardware inserts or complex mixer routing.
    • Without ADC, your tracks may get out of alignment & no longer locked in together.
  • How to Activate ADC
    • Adjust ADC on playback engine and check it under “Options” menu.
    • Com Control Click on ADC = enable/disable ADC.
      • If you go over 4095 samples, you will need to manually shift your waveforms.

Automatic Delay Compensation

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:10
  • Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC) 0:37
    • What It Is
  • How to Activate ADC 2:15
    • Delay Compensation
    • Max Samples per Channel
    • Option to Shift