Mixer and PDC

Computer Music - - Make Music Now / The Cm Guide To Fl Studio 20 -

If you’re the sort who spends time dream­ing of get­ting be­hind a mas­sive, room-span­ning SSL con­sole, you’ll be thrilled to learn that FL Stu­dio’s Mixer now of­fers up to 125 tracks. Whoa. We’d be happy if that was all Image-Line gave us, but they’ve gone much fur­ther by pro­vid­ing the muchde­sired abil­ity to in­stantly re­set se­lected Mixer tracks to their de­fault states.

Un­for­tu­nately, la­tency is a fact of life in our world. There is sim­ply no way for soft­ware ap­pli­ca­tions to take au­dio in, mess about with it, and then spit it back out with­out tak­ing at least a lit­tle time… es­pe­cially when loads of plugins are in play. Most mod­ern DAWs of­fer some sort of plugin de­lay com­pen­sa­tion, and the best of them work trans­par­ently with lit­tle in­ter­ven­tion needed on the part of the user. FL Stu­dio’s de­lay com­pen­sa­tion is now more trans­par­ent than ever thanks to a com­pre­hen­sive re­write. Even the FX wet/dry con­trol is au­to­mat­i­cally com­pen­sated for any la­tency in­tro­duced to your mix. FL Stu­dio 20 will also au­to­mat­i­cally com­pen­sate for de­lay added when us­ing Sends – and the same goes for plugins with mul­ti­ple in­puts and out­puts.

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