FAQ: UNVEIL

Does UNVEIL Introduce Latency? How Much?

UNVEIL needs to look at a certain amount of signal to be able to discern what parts are reverb and which aren't - so yes, it introduces 4096 samples of latency. These will of course be compensated for on playback by hosts that support latency compensation, but can not be compensated for when a live input is being processed. 

For live TV broadcast applications, chances are that your video streams are being post-processed anyway, which typically introduces similar or larger amounts of latency, so you may be able to sync audio to picture by adapting your overall audio latency compensation. 

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Current Versions

PACE Versions:

PITCHMAP AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.6.3p
Mac: 1.6.4p

UNVEIL AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.7.9p
Mac: 1.7.10p

UNFILTER AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.3.2p
Mac: 1.3.2p

UNCHIRP AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.0.2p
Mac: 1.0.3p

MORPH AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 2.3.1
Mac: 2.3.2

UNMIX::DRUMS AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.0.3
Mac: 1.0.4

ADAPTIVERB AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.2.1
Mac: 1.2.1

WORMHOLE AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.1.1
Mac: 1.1.1

INTENSITY AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX:
Windows: 1.2.0
Mac: 1.2.0

NON-PACE:

PITCHMAP AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.6.1

UNVEIL AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.7.6

UNFILTER AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.2.1

UNCHIRP AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.0.0

ORANGE VOCODER AU: 3.4.2

TIME FACTORY II MAC: 2.5.3