Cubase 5 and Nuendo 4 audio mixdowns dont null

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Cubase 5 and Nuendo 4 audio mixdowns dont null

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I saw a strange problem.I work on Cubase 5 and Nuendo 4 and did an audio mixdown of the same project from both and found that the vocals dont null.The tracks cancelled out each other but vocals did not.I deactivated all the reverbs and delays and other fx from the vocals but they still did not null.Anyone else experiencing this... :cry:

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Must be that you have used a compressor or other plugin which has a variable latency/algorithm.

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Or a different Pan Law setting?
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They have different degrees of bit-transparency. Or lack of. I've had some problems with this over the years.
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