FaderWorks is an audio plug-in for multi-instance gain management and latency compensation. The main idea behind FaderWorks is to provide an additional layer of control and flexibility to a mixing environment.
Digital audio workstations are usually equipped with a mixing console capable of leveling and routing of audio signals. FaderWorks enhances this concept by adding volume and logical switching controls for a virtual routing of audio signals.
At its simplest, FaderWorks can be placed anywhere in the effect chain of an audio track. This allows you to specifically control the volume behind or before other audio plug-ins.
The main idea behind FaderWorks comes to life when 2 or more instances are opened. These instances can be connected logically to each other. Using FaderWorks in this way, it is possible to manage complex mix setups with just one volume fader.
FaderWorks is able to manage latency/delay assignments across all instances. It can be used for e.g. latency compensation if the host or other plug-ins do not support this or for delaying a group of tracks in the DAW environment.
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