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Posted 06 March 2017 - 20:06

If you save a quick A/B preset while playing / rendering, it can produce _recordable_ crackles. But saving it should not affect sound at all.

 

Steps to reproduce:

- Load a song with quite cpu load, put melda mrecorder in last master slot

- Put a plugin before mrecorder, for example a limiter which introduces PDC / latency

- Record the song, quick save a preset of the limiter. If you don't hear a crackle, try other plugin

- Stop record. Check the recording, it has the crackle recorded.

 

 



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Posted 06 March 2017 - 20:49

In another way said:  It seems that PDC is re-set, even the plugin (preset) demands exactly the same PDC!  Also the PDC seems to be re-set while storing a preset, not just while reading....