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FAC Maxima latency within Cubasis and other AU hosts (latency compensation on iOS hosts)
I've posted this in the Cubasis Forum as well...
When using FAC Maxima in Cubasis, there’s latency, the effected/affected track is offset, and is very noticeable especially when using it on percussion tracks. I’ve gotten in touch with Fred, and he explained that it’s a host problem. He suggested I get in touch with @Lars at Cubasis about this. This is Fred's response:
This is a host “issue”, outside iPad eco every hosts support this - it is a very basic feature. I suggest you to contact steinberg (lars) about it and meanwhile you can blend the signal affected with the mix button. To be clear enough this not an issue with Maxima, some fx needs to pre process the signal, some don't. The concept of latency compensation is basically delaying other tracks to ge sure to have everything in sync.
I've blended the mix as Fred suggested, but the latency is still audible. I see no way to adjust/allow for this in Cubasis' settings. I know I can physically offset the track to allow for the latency, but it would best if that's not the only solution. I haven’t been able to use Maxima on any percussion tracks, which is the main reason I got it. I'm using an iPad Air 2, ios 12.1.1. Is this affecting any other users?
Thanks for any help...