I'm on Studio one V3. I have an older system (that's almost ok for everything but Acqua sadly - I seriously need to upgrade but was holding out for skylake X but may need to bite that broadwell E bullet soon).KP2009 wrote:giancarlo wrote:We'll try to reproduce it...
Thank You Giancarlo!!
Anyway I tested an empty project with 32 mono tracks.
32 instances of BUS4 comp (insane mode comp A)
8 Pre4 (bus C selected)
8 EQU4 (all bands and filters active)
This was bouncing off the 100% (couldn't work this way). They took ages to load into the slots across multi selected tracks.
Saved it. Reloaded it. CPU meter in task manager was hitting 100% in spikes, ram was around 6GB.
Win 10 64 pro
16 GB RAM
SSD (Samsung Pro EVO)
I72700k o/c at 4.5ghz
88.2k sample rate
2048 buffer (on MR816x)
Am using the addon 88k pack and trial plug.
it took close to 5 minutes!!! to load this empty project with nothing but FAB 4 plugs in, was your problem you didn't wait long enough or did it just fail with an error?
G > I'm on an SSD and have decent amount of RAM, I'm not aware of it caching to HDD/Virtual Mem. Is my CPU contributing to the VERY SLOW load times? I mean these load times if you are switching around projects can kill workflow like a biatch, would a more modern CPU help here? (not sure why it would as it seems to be a drive/ram issue but aside from going to DDR4 with broadwell etc I can't see it getting much faster?).
I'd love to be able to just drag drop these plugs in Studio One as fast as I do my algos, as it's a fluid mixing experience, even so I can bear the slow load time there per plug, but when reloading a project will AA plugs with large samples to load into ram always take 5 minutes or so if you use a decent amount of them?
Is it doing something wrong with SRC maybe not picking up the 88k pack and converting the 96/44 or whatever before loading? If the project is at 88k will it always automatically look for and load the 88k samples in the AA folder? (I must delete the 44,48 and 96 to test this as I'll never use those rates at all and it'll save some SSD space)
Does anyone on the fast modern systems get lightning load times with loads of AA in a project?