The flexible signal flow in Reason comes with a cost: It still has no full automatic delay compensation. This is of course especially problematic with the new parallel channels feature of Reason 7. When you use plugins that induce delay to "fatten up" your tracks you get phasing.
Now there is a plugin for Reason that attempts to solve this problem in a unique way. It allows you to measure the latency of a signal flow using its test signal output and measuring input. This is only really possible in Reason where you can plug a test signal into any devices audio input. Then you can use the device to induce the same delay into your other channels or a bus, just like the other DAWs do it.
From the manual:
"The VMG-01 is a sample-accurate delay and delay measuring device. It can be used to induce delays as short as one sample and as long as 99,999 samples to any stereo signal flow while operating in true stereo. It also features a test signal output and a measuring input to test devices for their inherent latency.
Using these features you can use it to effectively compensate for latencies in your signal flow while mixing. The sample accurate delay is also very useful for precise comb filtering and haas effect type stereo imaging effects."
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