The PowerCore platform can process at input only when the plug-in is used in No Latency Mode
, but this kind of power comes at a price. The CPU use will dramatically increase when No Latency Mode
is engaged, but this can be ideal for playing a synth or record monitoring with reverb. It's important to note that No Latency Mode
doesn't mean your PowerCore plug-ins are running on your CPU; they are -- and always will -- run on the DSPs of the PowerCore. You can enable/disable No Latency Mode
by clicking on the PowerCore logo on the plug-in user-interface (see below).