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Rate CNV and DSP buffer in Server (Local)

Postby andysweet » Thu Jun 02, 2011 4:47 pm

I thought I would post this here although I have emailed Giancarlo


In local server I seem to be having a problem changing the rate cnv in reverb version

when i change it it also changes the standard version

is this due to the fact im running Local server ?

I have changed the rate CNV in server anyway as a couple of reverbs were not converting properly (96-41 arrow flashing)

but i only want to change the DSP buffer in reverb (Local Server) and thats only because 1 program will not work and causes a massive CPU hit in Ableton Live

the programs is VNXT RE-501 Chorus/reverb


hope someone can help but im thinking i might just delete that program
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Re: Rate CNV and DSP buffer in Server (Local)

Postby giancarlo » Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:14 am

local server is a single nebula representation, you have a single xml file (nebulaservermac.xml) and it's configured like a nebula reverb. You could duplicate, rename, assign an other port number and recreate a different configuration for the other version but this is beyond the scope of this initial release
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Re: Rate CNV and DSP buffer in Server (Local)

Postby andysweet » Sat Jun 04, 2011 4:16 pm

Thanks for the reply and the emails Giancarlo

in the future will you release a version where you can have different settings ?


I have put the rate cnv to maximum is this ok ?
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Re: Rate CNV and DSP buffer in Server (Local)

Postby giancarlo » Sat Jun 04, 2011 6:26 pm

no: you can do it by yourself but it's not recommended
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