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UAD Delay Compensation Plugins for Protools. Does it Work? Virtual Instrument Plugins
Old 8th October 2009
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UAD Delay Compensation Plugins for Protools. Does it Work?

UAD has a delay compensation to use with their plugins.I have UAD plugs in sonar but am intrested in adding PT LE 8. So does anyone know if these plugins really fix the issue with Protools and UAD plugins?

Also where is delay compensation a problem in protools,just other certain CPU intensive plugs like Waves? And would this UAD delay compensation correction plugins work for these situations too?
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The UAD DelayComp plugin, in my opinion, is easier to use than the ATA plugin from mellowmuse.

Does it completely fix the issue? No, not really, you still have to remember to add value to each track that needs compensation as you add/remove effects, but at least you don't have to worry about un-solo'ing or un-muting tracks, making sure you don't have any faders all the way down, and bypass reverbs and delays before adjusting the ATA.

Digidesign, if you're reading this - look, I'm down to give you $500 if you add ADC and VST support (without the need of a wrapper) in PT. Cash Money, Digi; Cash.
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Digidesign, if you're reading this - look, I'm down to give you $500 if you add ADC and VST support (without the need of a wrapper) in PT. Cash Money, Digi; Cash.
There's always Cubase, Logic, and Sonar -- pick one, come over to the dark side.
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the mellowmuse ata plugin is easier than the delay comp plugin for me to use. so there you go, both sides. try and see what works best for you.
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There's always Cubase, Logic, and Sonar -- pick one, come over to the dark side.
"....Don't fear the Reaper"
Old 9th October 2009
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There's always Cubase, Logic, and Sonar -- pick one, come over to the dark side.
I do use them,but my school uses PT so Im learning how to use it very well and Im getting comfortable with the hot keys which speed things up. PT is great for editing.
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