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  • In reply to: UAD Processing

    April 16, 2021 at 01:34 #6414
    huub
    Participant

    A few months later 🙂

    The UAD latency is very low if you run the plugins in console.
    But you can not control the plugins from LP and you have to use the uad i/o of course.
    If you run the plugins natively in LP the latency goes up quite a bit be cause of the roundtrip to and from the hardware.

    Huub

    In reply to: Lowest possible latency solution

    April 4, 2021 at 03:08 #6400
    huub
    Participant

    Interestingly, although I have great faith in RME, I can get lower stable latency with my UAD TB3 solo than with my RME madiface USB.
    Higher samplerates (96khz or higher) and 64 samples runs absolutely fine on my macbook. Latency is almost none that way.
    This is not stable enough with my madiface.

    Huub

    In reply to: More than 8 I/O Channels

    February 8, 2021 at 09:13 #6343
    huub
    Participant

    I was also trying to make stratus 3D work.
    But no luck.

    Would be great.

    Huub

    In reply to: Windows Embedded/IOT?

    June 28, 2020 at 02:54 #6244
    huub
    Participant

    Interesting idea, can you let us know how this works out?

    Huub

    In reply to: Live Professor 2 & UAD Apollo 8 config.

    February 19, 2020 at 14:35 #6113
    huub
    Participant

    Hi, I don’t use UAD so my reply is not super useful, but I came across a guy that used LP and a UAD interface and he told me that LP can talk directly to the plug ins running in the UAD console?

    Just a hint that might be useful.

    Huub

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by huub.

    In reply to: show dropouts reported by sound device

    May 14, 2019 at 09:49 #5807
    huub
    Participant

    I have found that can be various causes for the red spikes;

    In my case:
    -having “use more threads” selected
    -some specific plug ins cause this (like Harrison Ava de esser)
    -going over the yellow line of “live professor cpu”
    -recalling preset in certain plug ins.

    So it’s never fast or easy to make your system run flawlessly 🙂

    Huub

    In reply to: show dropouts reported by sound device

    May 6, 2019 at 03:56 #5805
    huub
    Participant

    Oh, and it does not matter for me whether I use the caldigit (thunderbolt3-pci usb) or a random USB c- USB adapter.
    Both work fine.

    Some extra info for future googlers:)

    Huub

    In reply to: show dropouts reported by sound device

    May 6, 2019 at 02:31 #5803
    huub
    Participant

    Okay, for my 2019 macbook pro 15″, with “use more threads” unticked (so without the box turned green) I get no more dropouts reported by sound device it seems!
    Even with very low buffer size and lots of plug ins.

    Yay

    Huub

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by huub.

    In reply to: i7 Turbo boost

    April 2, 2019 at 13:33 #5773
    huub
    Participant

    Thanks for sharing your experience Romain.
    The utter cpu stability of turning off turbo boost gives me way more confidence actually.
    Looking at the intel gadget, turbo boost makes the cpu speed go all over the place. Not sure if this is bad per se, but stable is always good, and the difference in “live professor dsp” is not even that big.

    For me, the low resolution does not make a difference. It did make a difference on my earlier macbook that only had integrated graphics though.

    Huub

    In reply to: i7 Turbo boost

    April 2, 2019 at 06:57 #5770
    huub
    Participant

    If I leave turboboost enabled, the cpu load in liveprofessor stays very stable (at about 13% in my test setup) for several hours.
    If I disable turboboost, liveprofessor stays at a stable 16 or so %.. So who knows what’s the safest bet? 🙂

    Huub

    In reply to: 2.3.4 Beta

    March 30, 2019 at 13:03 #5767
    huub
    Participant

    [quote quote=5721]This beta does solve the graphical issue I had with the Izotope plug ins.
    This version does still have, on my system, the strange mouse drag behaviour:
    when I only have a fabfilter plug in, I can grab the plug in window and drag it any way I like, no problem.
    When I open the Izotope RX de-esser window, I have to slowly and carefully drag the plug in window, otherwise the mouse looses the plug in window.
    With the Izotope RX de-esser window open, the fabfilter window becomes hard to move as well.

    This is not specific to these 2 plug ins, just an example. Some plugis behave fine, some don’t.
    Would it be helpful if I make a list of plugins for you?
    Huub[/quote]

    It is indeed only izotope rx dialogue denoise that causes the strange drag behaviour.
    Apart from that, all seems good in the beta on mac os 10.14.4

    In reply to: Incompatible Plugins List

    March 24, 2019 at 20:11 #5742
    huub
    Participant

    Izotope RX6 voice denoise works fine, but having the plug in interface open makes all open plug in windows hard to move: when grabbing and moving the plug in windows, the mouse loses “hold” of the window a lot.

    In reply to: 2.3.4 Beta

    March 14, 2019 at 04:07 #5721
    huub
    Participant

    This beta does solve the graphical issue I had with the Izotope plug ins.
    This version does still have, on my system, the strange mouse drag behaviour:
    when I only have a fabfilter plug in, I can grab the plug in window and drag it any way I like, no problem.
    When I open the Izotope RX de-esser window, I have to slowly and carefully drag the plug in window, otherwise the mouse looses the plug in window.
    With the Izotope RX de-esser window open, the fabfilter window becomes hard to move as well.

    This is not specific to these 2 plug ins, just an example. Some plugis behave fine, some don’t.
    Would it be helpful if I make a list of plugins for you?
    Huub

    In reply to: Version 2.3.3

    December 21, 2018 at 05:13 #5625
    huub
    Participant

    Whilst I do love LP, I have some issues still:

    When you have a large amount of plug ins (with a waves bundle this adds up quickly) loading a new plug in takes very very long.
    Hiding the plugins from the list does not solve this. I’ve now deleted all the AU and VST plugins I do not use in LP, this solves the issue.
    If I only take them away from the plug in list it gets annoying very quick because the plug ins reappear every time a new plug is installed and I need to rescan.

    Also, the RX plug ins appear with a big blank white thing around their GUI in 2.3.3.

    Huub

    In reply to: Slate Digital Plugins

    November 7, 2018 at 21:55 #5576
    huub
    Participant

    There is no downside to using VST. Works fine.
    I would have preferred to only use AU to keep things more organised (I usually do not install VST versions of plug ins)