Hi! I wanted to speed up my workflow a little bit and tried to make a lighter NebulaCUDA. Because it is recommended that you use CUDA only for long reverbs I made a new one that had only those long reverbs in it. When I tried to change OPT FREQD: 11IPPS ch 2Mono' to '15CUDA ac 2Mono' I got a blinking exclamation mark and was not able to save the change.
My original CUDA (the one I tried to replace) worked fine and still does when I put it back. So, is it possible to make a "lighter" CUDA that has only the programs you can/want to use and not tons of other stuff that you have no use at all? Has anyone tried this?
I have Cuda toolkit 4.0.17 win 64 installed. In the original CUDA in the DISK page I can see: BRIDGE: NeCuBr03 1.1.038 and the gpu percentage. In my new CUDA there's n/a in BRIDGE and no percents. But I suppose that's because I can't change the OPT FREQD.
Hi, Vando! Perhaps this is redundant info, but are you 100% sure that you have installed the correct CUDA toolkit? I also experienced the blinking exclamation mark, although I followed the instruction very precisely.
Like I said earlier I do have the right CUDA toolkit installed and I've had no problems with CUDA before and my original CUDA is still working just fine. The blinking thing came only when I tried to make it a little faster by making a new instance with only the selected reverbs.
Okay, I solved my little problem. I copied all the necessary stuff and made a new nebulatemprepository, named it nebulatemprepositoryC and replaced the old DATAPATH in .xml with it and now I have a CUDA with all the reverbs I want to have. And it's fast!