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True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby giancarlo » Sat Apr 16, 2011 7:34 pm

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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby himhui » Sun Apr 17, 2011 4:47 am

Really nice!!

The size of Eko Plate is 360m@

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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby woeischris » Sun Apr 17, 2011 6:09 am

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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby RJHollins » Sun Apr 17, 2011 8:51 am

I like the direction this 'Revolution' is taking :o

In [about] 2 months I should have my new mastering
facility on line ... I already have a place for the
servers to be racked :D

Let 'us' know when we should pull the trigger and
upgrade Neb3-Pro to the server edition :mrgreen:
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby elam » Sun Apr 17, 2011 7:03 pm

Is it 1.3.378b or 1.3.480 ?
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby sneaky » Sun Apr 17, 2011 10:58 pm

Will this ram optimisaton come to neb 3 Pro?
or will we be required to upgrade to the server version to get this?
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby giancarlo » Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:46 am

it's possible only in server version! server release is our new strategic approach, we'll develop a lot of things on it: infact we have now a "single" application, not related with the host, with a single access point: for example we could control it using an iPad, we can save resources (this new version), we can implement new incredible things like a true crosstalk. The beauty: you can live perfectly without it, but if you use nebula A LOT it's better if you have a server running in your computer. Soon we'll release a version able to load as a "service" (this was our first approach), so you'll get a sort of "nebula driver". All these things are not possible using different DLL or DYLIBS: we should use static objects in order to establish a communication among plugins, but it would be a mess, a strange architecture. It would be a simpler approach, but not very scalable. Now think to multiple GPU cards, remote servers, .... you'll save a lot of ram in cuda instances (we are working on it right now) which is VERY important because graphic card are not shipped yet with 16 gigabytes of ram ;) now we are porting the WHOLE engine to CUDA, so it will be terribly fast and optimized...
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby sneaky » Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:18 am

ok. another upgrade...

:D Its not an upgrade. Its insane!

At maximum latency using asio4all, reaper4Beta neb pro 3 gave me a dozen channels of alex's VCC stero mic input before I hit 100% cpu and 554mb ram.

A new project setup the same from scratch using server clients and Im seeing 7% cpu and 167mb ram. ???

Should I see such a drop in cpu as well as the ram improvements. or is this indicating a problem with the (previous) pro 3 install?
Either way, fantastic work. This is nebula as it should be
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--2 hours later-- some sort of logging would be good. Is that a feature already? The single disappearance of Reaper in mid-mix normally comes about simply by using all the available ram. be interested to know whether the (so far, only) host crash was during a period of high ram usage. Still great........... !!
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby Mercado_Negro » Mon Apr 18, 2011 8:40 am

Insane is the correct word, man!

13 MLC IL1 instances without the server = 1204MB and 98% CPU and project struggles...

16 MLC IL1 instances with the Server = 303.4MB and 98% CPU but the project runs smoothly!!!! :shock:

This is a true revolutionary moment for Nebula. Giancarlo, man, I don't know how you did it but you just broke all paradigms and now CPU power is the real deal breaker heh RAM is not a problem anymore if you're one of those guys (like me) using several instances of the same program (for EQ's).

Exciting times! 8-)

NOTE: don't read REAPER's performance meter when using the server, read what the server tells you instead since REAPER won't show you what's going on "outside".
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Re: True revolution on RAM side, 1.3.480 experimental released

Postby biomuse » Mon Apr 18, 2011 9:34 am

giancarlo wrote:now we are porting the WHOLE engine to CUDA, so it will be terribly fast and optimized...


As a mac user this is something I'm very excited about. 8-)
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