On my machine, I find the Izotope multiband compressor graph completely unreliable for playback - I'm sure it's showing the correct levels of *something*, but it's certainly not the part of the waveform where the playback cursor is. I have only a handful of tracks in Multitrack when this happens (maybe 8-12 tracks) and I'm not running many instances of plugins (although one or two of them *are* Full Reverb). The multiband graph actually seems to be *anticipating* playback by about five to ten seconds - it looks like the opposite of latency. Anybody have this happen? Anybody have a fix?
Okay, I've isolated one thing: both Izotope compressor graphs work if I don't send the track to a bus. But if the track is bussed, then the graphs don't work. Why would that be? What is it about sending a signal to a bus that screws up the Izotope graphs, but which doesn't, however, interfere with the track graphs in Multitrack?
It is most likely a side effect of the Full Reverb. It has an incredible amount of latency, and the audio feeding the Compressor will be way before the audio coming out of the track.
Remove it and see if that "fixes" the problem. Full Reverb sounds great, but the trade offs for realtime performance is a very large latency.
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