PSP vintage warmer 2 problem

Discussion in 'Production' started by yeall, Aug 22, 2013.

  1. yeall

    yeall New Member

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    I want to use this plugin cause i heard many good things about it but when i open it i have a horrible delay...49.3ms 2175smps
    Anyone had any issues with this?
     
  2. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    Nope, never had any issues with it or any other PSP product, and I own a shit ton. Couple questions:

    • Computer specs?
    • What DAW are you using?
    • How many instances of the plugin are you using?
    • Are there any other plugins in your project that are CPU resource hogs?
    • Is it a legit version?


    Cheers.
     
  3. bullets12

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    Substrate New Member

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    Psp plugins do use a fair bit of CPU...what latency settings are on your daw?

    It could be an issue with Fruityloops...can you try the same psp plugin on a different DAW?
     
  5. R-Monix

    R-Monix New Member

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    Yes same problem here in Cubase. Delay compensation is turned on. I can't use it on a drum group for example as it fucks the whole tune up. I can only use it on my master out.