Is it worth it?
I don't work with 2 computers right now (and probably I won't do it until 2013), and I am really happy with my CPU/RAM usage at this moment. But I have read in some threads that Giancarlo says something like if you repeat Nebula settings in your project (for example, the same Globe Console input in all your project) it saves a lot of RAM resources.
I just wanted to know if I could really experience this improvements or if it's better to stay with Core2 for a while. Right now, with an i7 and 16GB I can easily open 50 instances of Nebula over my mixes (and a sweet bunch of reverbs in CUDA), but the most of the time I'm using the same presets all over the project. That's why I'm asking...
Thanks in advance!
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