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New Video (Episode 11) From FOH Engineer Drew Thornton: More About Delay Compensation & Latency

Continuing the focus on manual delay compensation - how to set up channels for comparison, how to calculate the latency, and then an A-B comparison on the findings.
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Mix engineer Drew Thornton.

In Episode 11 of his ongoing “A Sum Of 2 Busses” video series, noted front of house engineer Drew Thornton (Billie Eilish) continues the focus on manual delay compensation, specifically discusing how to set up channels for comparison in (Rational Acoustics) Smaart and how to calculate the latency, and then provides an A-B comparison on the findings. (Check out Episode 10 for part 1 of this discussion.)

Particularly in light of the fact that this is the final video in this series, Drew offers his thanks tio all the incredible minds that have inspired him to share the concepts and approaches he’s presented, including @Dave Rat, @Robert Scovill, @Pooch & Rabold, ​ @The Mix Wizard, @Chris Lord-Alge, @Mix with the Masters, @MAKING RECORDS with ERIC VALENTINE, @Waves Audio, @AllenandHeathUK, and many others.

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