Hello VSL team,
I recently traded in my older Intel Macs for a new MacBook Pro M1 pro: 10 Core, and 16GB memory.
It's by far the best performing Mac I've owned and that includes running Synchron Pianos via Rosetta. However, I still run into the same problem with multi threading issues (or lack thereof) running Synchron Pianos that I had with my Intel Macs.
Synchron pianos performs way better when I run it as a plugin via MainStage and open several channels, a couple mics per channel. I can run as many mics as I want with no perceivable latency. I can't even get the fans to turn on in the new MacBook Pro it runs so efficiently. And that's running MainStage and the plugins through Rosetta.
However, the performance is considerably diminished when just using Synchron Piano player as a standalone. This new MacBook Pro should be able to handle it, but I think it's because Synchron Pianos is not optimized for multi-threading and/or the Apple's new M1 chip.
Any plans on making changes to Synchron Pianos in those two areas? Will it ever be optimized for the M1 Chips and/or multi-threading? Thanks for the consideration.
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