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There are two ways to handle this.
1. You can forgo the gain adjustment at the beginning of the chain by using the gain offset control within Volume Buddy. Set this to the amount you wish to adjust by and Volume Buddy will treat the signal accordingly.
2. If you wish to still adjust the gain at the beginning of a chain to lower the signal going into your effects you can offset this by having the gain offset in Volume Buddy match the gain adjustment.
For example, if the signal is adjusted to -5db at the beginning of chain, have the Volume Buddy gain offset also -5db. This way the calculated volume will be treated as 0db. Any changes outside of that will be compensated for.
Group only the plugins you wish Volume Buddy to compensate for while keeping Volume Buddy as the last plugin within that group. Volume Buddy will now ignore all changes in volume that occurs outside of the group.
LUFS is a measurement over time - it’s not an instantaneous measurement. Therefore expecting it to react immediately is not something possible with this metering system.
If the calculation is too quick, then it produces incorrect values. If the calculation is too slow, then it becomes a workflow hindrance. Volume Buddy’s calculation is one of the fastest out there and is always being improved upon. It’s intended as a mixing tool, not a live tool.
Volume Buddy doesn’t change the sound, it just reveals how loudness is affecting your perception of the sound. If it sounds bad then the effect is not benefiting the audio the way you thought!
Delay Compensation needs to be turned on in Ableton.
When using Volume Buddy, please make sure to enable to hold button when the compensation has been calculated and you are done adjusting the effects going into Volume Buddy. This will maintain the compensation at the calculated level and restore it upon reload.
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