It’s no secret that Logic Pro is a deep program. But sometimes having the world at your fingertips can be too much of a good thing.
With so many menus to dig through, it can be enticing to poke around under the hood of Logic.
But sometimes some things are better left alone.
That’s right – poking around at some features in Logic is like playing hopscotch with a bear trap…
The results just aren’t that pretty.
In fact, there are 2 Audio Preferences in particular I avoid at all costs, and would love for you to avoid as well:
- Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC)
- Recording Delay
To save you from rattling Pandora’s Box, let me show you why these 2 Logic Preferences aren’t worth the risk.
And if I were to take a guess… I bet some users hone in on PDC and Recording Delay because they’re struggling with Latency in their Logic Projects.
Latency = nasty delay in your headphones while you’re trying to record.
So in today’s video I’ll also show you the best way to squash latency while recording.
(Now you can lay down that final crucial shaker track in peace.)
If after today’s video you decide to play with these Preferences – don’t say I didn’t warn you ;P