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Mastering Pro Tools® Effects: Getting the Most Out of Pro Tools’ Effects Processors by Jeremy Krug

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Whats in the Box?

When you first pull down the menu to select a delay plug-in it seems like there are many more options here than in the equalizer, compressor, or reverb plug-in folders. Look more closely though, and you’ll see that is somewhat of an illusion. There are multiple versions of the Delay II and Time Adjuster plug-ins that are almost identical. The main difference, as suggested by the name for each different version, is the amount of total delay time available to each plug-in, whether short, medium, long, or extra-long.

The reason for having multiple plug-ins for different delay times, as always, is to help manage system resources. A certain amount of processing power must be available and reserved to delay the audio signal. The ...

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