In some particular cases, MASCHINE plays back with a short delay in Pro Tools 11 (or higher).
To solve this issue, you will have to route MASCHINE's audio to a separate track and turn off this track's 'Auto Low Latency' option in Pro Tools' Delay Compensation section. To do so, follow these steps:
- Load MASCHINE in an Instrument Track in Pro Tools.
Note: read this article to learn how to insert a NI plug-in in Pro Tools.
- Create a new Audio Track.
- Press the Edit View Window selector button on the Instrument Track where MASCHINE is loaded.
- Select I/O in the Edit Window View selector.
- Send MASCHINE'S audio to Bus 1-2.
- Set the Audio Track to receive audio from Bus 1-2.
- Open the Mix Window from the Menu bar.
- Press the Mix Window View Selector Icon on the bottom left corner of the Mixer.
- Select Delay Compensation in the appearing drop-down menu.
- Right-click on the cmp indicator in the Delay Compensation section of the Audio Track and select Auto Low Latency off.
MASCHINE should now play in sync with Pro Tools. Please read this article from AVID's Knowledge Base for more information on this issue.