Shinta215 wrote:Sorry, should have been more clear.
What I posted was a theory, one not backed by actual testing.
I haven't tried the method.
Ah okay, no problem. I've checked it and the "position" command doesn't seem to do anything when you use the transformer as an insert on a MIDI track.
Another very simple, non destructive method to trick your mind is:
Create a second output channel (next to your master) and call it something like "Undelayed".
Now put the "MixerDelay" VST on your master and fill in the amount of latency your system reports (for instance 13.06ms).
Before you start to record your VSTi of choice reroute the output of that VSTi' to the "Undelayed" master output.
When your finished with your musical masterpiece, route it back to the master.
At the end, when the project is finished remove the "MixerDelay" from the master.
That way you can play your VSTi pretty tight, even when you have a latency of 13.06ms.
(The same method can be used with group channels of course).
It would be even cooler if you could send all the armed tracks to a specific Studio, Monitor, Phones channel or master output. That way you don't have to think about it