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Altiverb 7 Reverb in VE PRO 5
Last post Tue, May 31 2016 by Karel, 2 replies.
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Posted on Sun, May 29 2016 15:24
by Ionactive
Joined on Sat, Mar 30 2013, Posts 50

Afternoon All

Anyone used Altiverb 7 Reverb in VE PRO 5?  Its working well  - but noticed something odd.

Two WIN 7 systems, DAW (pro tools 12) and slave (running latest VE PRO 5 server).

DAW buffer set to 256.

Placed Altiverb 7 Reverb as an audio plugin in the slave

Placed an VE PRO 5 plugin in a DAW track (to connect to slave)

Placed VE PRO 5 audio plugin onto an aux track. Set buffer to zero. Would expect 256 samples to be shown. In actual fact it shows 1280 samples ?! So that sets the delay of the whole DAW system.

On the actual Altiverb 7 Reverb plugin it reports the "host" buffer as being 1024 samples.

If I remove or bypass the Reverb plugin, then the number of samples reported by the VE PRO 5 audio plugin is... 256 as expected.

I presume the reverb plugin is producing a buffer of its own? It is compensated correctly, but it means the whole DAW than uses this higher number of samples (1280).

Any thoughts / ideas?



Posted on Tue, May 31 2016 10:32
by Karel
Joined on Mon, Jan 19 2009, Belgium, Posts 2173

Hi Mark,

With one or more VE Pro Audio/Event Input connected, one additional buffer of latency will be added to the VE Pro plugin's processing. So what you're seeing is a combination of Altiverb's 1024 samples of latency and one additional buffer of 256 samples. 1024 + 256 = 1280.

Karel Bassez
Software Engineer
Vienna Symphonic Library
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