Hi giancarlo!giancarlo wrote:it's simple: you convert only programs smaller than x. X is your bar. You could raise the bar and convert ALL programs. It's possible an old computer will take ages for converting a program so you disable conversion lowering the bar.
But if you DO adopt a lower value, you run the risk (particularly with an older/slower computer) with some programs (long reverbs, delays and suchlike) that you'll end up with the conversion disabled (the flashing symbol next to the sample rate readout) and it won't sound as it should.
Surely taking RATE CNV up to maximum and adding a progress bar of some sort during loading/conversion would make more sense, so:
a) you can see when conversion is still happening rather than thinking Nebula has crashed
b) You never get a dodgy-sounding program.
What do others think?