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frywolny
Joined: Oct 29 2018
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SP2016 Reverb bypass problem Logic 9

October 29, 2018 - 07:09 am

Hello

Just installed (demo) SP2016 Reverb (Logic 9, OSX10.10.5) and encounter strange phasing issue when the plugin is on the bus and BYPASSED. It doesn't occur if set on the insert. I compared it with SP2016 Stereo Room plugin and the problem doesn't exist with this reverb. 

Does anyone have the same issue?

Will check it soon on the other HD (Logic X, Sierra)

Best

Ziggi

 

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tlongabaugh
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October 29, 2018 - 01:54 pm

Hey Ziggi-

Are you using the bypass button in the SP2016 Reverb UI, or the Logic bypass button?

-Tom

frywolny
Joined: Oct 29 2018
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October 29, 2018 - 02:12 pm

Hi Tom
In both situations (bypass in plugin or Logic) the effect is the same.
Also, the sound of the direct signal (mix fader down) has the same phasing problem as with bypass button.

Ziggi

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tlongabaugh
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October 31, 2018 - 02:57 pm

frywolny wrote:

Hi Tom In both situations (bypass in plugin or Logic) the effect is the same. Also, the sound of the direct signal (mix fader down) has the same phasing problem as with bypass button. Ziggi

Hey Ziggi-

I just took a closer look at this - can you confirm that under Preferences -> Audio -> General -> Plug-in Latency, that Compensation is set to "All"? If it is set to "Off" or "Audio and Software Instrument Tracks", then you will hear phasing issues under the settings you describe, as SP2016 Reverb induces some latency, and uses Delay Compensation to offset this.

-Tom