When bouncing a plug-in using Peak, I see that there are extra samples added to my audio file. Is there a way to correct this?
Some plug-ins (including 3rd party plug-ins) may add extra samples to your audio file(s) after bouncing.
Peak is capable of correcting this by adjusting plug-in delay compensation.
- Bounce the plug-in by locating: Plug-ins>Bounce.
- Then locate the Options menu>Time Units, and choose "Samples".
- Then locate the Options menu and choose "Show Cursor Info"
- Select the amount of samples the plug-in has added, and make note of that value which is displayed within the cursor window.
- Command+Z to undo the bounce.
- Hold down the Option key and locate: Plug-ins>Bounce. A window will pop up asking for you to input the amount of samples of compensation.
- Input the value you previously gathered in step 4.
- Click "OK"
This will compensate for the plug-in delay.