[ardour-dev] latency compensation questions

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 14:36:12 PST 2005

Covered yesterday. Either here or on Ardour-USer.

The plugin reports latency and Ardour adjusts using that.

There is, according to Jesse, a plugin called 'Artificial Latency' in
the SWH plugin set that allows you to do what you want. I have not yet
fired it up but hope to quite soon.


On Thu, 31 Mar 2005 16:31:29 -0600, Josh Karnes <jkarnes1 at austin.rr.com> wrote:
> OK, so how exactly does Ardour's latency compensation work?
> I guess it is related to plugins, and the plugin reports some latency to
> Ardour, correct?  Or Ardour calculates it somehow?  I have not reviewed the
> code obviously.
> Just wondering if there's a hack-way of making a plugin that does nothing
> except allow a tuneable amount of plugin compensation, and allow me to
> "insert" an external effect.  Basically the idea is to get Ardour to
> compensate for the latency of the system to patch something into the track
> like an EQ or whatever.
> Or maybe there's already a plugin that does this?
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