First of all,
the fact that you may "select any number of MIDI tracks in DP and do a bounce to disk command and have everything bounced to a single track, even if you've selected tracks associated with external slaves" is just awesome and mind-boggling IMO. Even if you're driving loops on an external machine with tempo changes etc...It works!?! Kudos to the VSL team!
That's for the flowers now here's the pot ; )
Bounce to disk operations are very long, between 1 and 2 minutes, even if you select 1 midi track that lasts 4 bars. Actually it takes about the same time as if you choose 16 tracks for 48 bars....I have a very fast machine so the actual bouncing is lightning fast, it's the preparation that seems to take forever wether you choose 1 or 24 tracks...
I've tried decoupling and it doesn't change anything. Is this a DP/VE PRO specific thing or are Logic users noticeing the same thing?
MacPro 12 Core @ 2.66
6 gigs RAM( Maybe that's a bit low for our usage)