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  • Huge Improvement on audio performance meter in Cubase

    I noticed a huge improvement on audio performance meter of Cubase after upgrade to 7.

    I am able now to work in my bigest template of 100 tracks (45gb-ram loaded) at 64 samples (total of 4ms latency) with no clicks and pops, my audio performance shows approx 20% max and cpu about 35%.

    on VEP6 I could work without any clicks at 256 samples, cpu at 45% and audio performance meter at 50-70%.

    big difference

    though some minor improvements have to be done from developers, its a very nice job. 

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  • That's awesome. What are the specs of your machine?

    Michael


  • Thats great to hear!! I ran my own tests between VEP6 & VEP7 and personally did not see noticable improvements in performance, but that was a couple of versions ago. Plus I'm running Cubase on a Mac. Maybe I'll have to run the tests again. 

    Curious, are you using coupled or de-coupled instances? I know they made some pretty significant improvements for coupled instances which is great. 


  • My specs: Win 10 pro (optimized for audio) Intel 8700k o/clocked at 4.8ghz G.skill-64gb ram, Asus z370 mobo, Ssd 500gb Samsung evo960, m2 for os + 5 more ssd's evo860 for samples No graphic card. Sample libraries: Vsl, Ewql, Kontakt, spectrasonics, Ujam, Amp guitars. Strezov sampling. DAWs Cubase, Samplitude, Reaper No servers, VEP7 and Cubase working both on this pc.

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    @JT3_Jon said:

    Thats great to hear!! I ran my own tests between VEP6 & VEP7 and personally did not see noticable improvements in performance, but that was a couple of versions ago. Plus I'm running Cubase on a Mac. Maybe I'll have to run the tests again. 

    Curious, are you using coupled or de-coupled instances? I know they made some pretty significant improvements for coupled instances which is great. 

    Coupled