Fruity Limiter delay

Sultanare

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I found out a few weeks ago that the attack function in the limiting section of a Fruity Limiter adds a noticeable delay to the audio. Does anyone else have this problem? It's really bugging me. Also, might as well add that TB's Barricade limiter instantly adds a large delay whenever I put it on anything too.

I'm using FL 11, naturally
 
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Gloxxy

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????????

That is what Attack does. I delays the start of whatever you want it to effect.

Turn the Attack down to zero and you won't get any delay.
 

Xenofish

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Just use delay compensation.
When you have the attack by 15ms, set the track latency compensation to 15ms.

All other elements will start 15ms later, so all mixer will synced to the delayed mixer.
I hope it will help. :)

PS: In FL Studio 11, you can turn on a automatic d.c. for all mixerchannels (it's a bit buggy, if you use to much routing).
 

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What source are you adding the limiter to? An audio file, soft synth, main mix?

I haven't used FL 11 so don't know what all of the knobs and routing look like.
 

Sultanare

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Thanks man ^.^ I already had automatic delay compensation on, but that very clearly wasn't working for me so I guess I'll have to do it the manual way

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What source are you adding the limiter to? An audio file, soft synth, main mix?

I haven't used FL 11 so don't know what all of the knobs and routing look like.
I put it on all of those things, gives the same effect.
 
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