Latency Delay is an auxiliary AAX, AU and VST plugin which allows you to compensate latency produced by any audio plugins, instruments and processes which produce latency but do not try to report it to the host audio application. Latency Delay introduces 10000 samples latency itself and delays the audio signal by 10000 minus the specified amount of samples or milliseconds, thus eliminating the unreported latency. Please note that host audio application should support the latency compensation itself for this plugin to function properly.
- Stereo and multi-channel processing
- Preset manager
- Undo/redo history
- A/B comparisons
- Contextual hint messages
- All sample rates support
- This audio plugin can be loaded into any audio host application that conforms to the AudioUnit or VST plugin specification. Plugins with AAX version available can be loaded in ProTools 12+
- RTAS compatibility is available by using the FXpansion VST-RTAS adapter
- This plugin is compatible with Windows (32- and 64-bit Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and later versions) and Mac OS X (10.11 and later versions, 32- and 64-bit, Intel processor-based) computers (2 GHz dual-core or faster processor with at least 2 GB of system RAM required). A separate binary distribution file is available for each target computer platform for each audio plugin specification
- Apple M1 native and Big Sur are supported.
- Compatible Windows and Mac OS X software: Cubase, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, ProTools, Reaper, Cakewalk Sonar, Presonus Studio One, Nuendo, WaveLab, GarageBand, FL Studio, Sony Vegas, SoundForge, Adobe Audition, Samplitude, Digital Performer, Mixcraft, Bitwig Studio, Edius, others
You should unpack the ZIP file you have downloaded into the "VstPlugins" folder, the one which is connected with the audio application you are using and where this application expects VST plug-ins to reside (it is also suggested to create the "Voxengo" or "Voxengo64" for 64-bit plug-ins sub-folder there, and unpack the archive there instead of the main "VstPlugins" folder).
Mac OS X (VST/AudioUnit)
You should open the DMG disk image (which you already did since you are reading this file) and drag & drop the "component" (or "vst") package from it into the corresponding plug-in folder located in the "/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/" folder on the harddisk (the "component" package should go to the "/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/" folder while the "vst" package should go to the "/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/" folder). Note that a direct link to this folder is present in the DMG archive. After this has been done you will need to order your audio application to rescan plug-ins, or if that option is unavailable you will need to re-start this application. Note that plug-ins cannot work without an audio application that hosts/loads them.