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Re: 44.1Khz or 96Khz? Is there any oversampling for Nebula?

Postby darkskar » Mon Dec 30, 2013 7:32 pm

jorismak wrote:And what Enrique ment with his post (I guess) if that's the official standard in the pro-world these days to deliver and expect 96khz 64bit wave files. So 96khz is fine.


I'm understand.

jorismak wrote:And it's not important enough to worry about it or to run out the door and get an interface who can do 96khz if yours can't :).


Yeah, I just bought a new audio interface because mine stopped working and this one was really cheap in ebay xD
I have enough hard disk space and I'm going to record a few songs so I can afford 96Khz. But I will make some tests with Nebula. With my Q9450 @3.6Ghz I can render some tracks without problems I guess.
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Re: 44.1Khz or 96Khz? Is there any oversampling for Nebula?

Postby kels » Tue Dec 31, 2013 9:48 am

With my Q9450 @3.6Ghz I can render some tracks without problems I guess.


Yes, I'm sure of that :)
As a reference for your testings, I've been able to load more than 44 heavy instances of Nebula (some of them in pure time mode ...) and run the whole project (96kHz) wo any problems on a slightly overclocked i7 4770K (Haswell).

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=27588&start=10
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Re: 44.1Khz or 96Khz? Is there any oversampling for Nebula?

Postby darkskar » Thu Jan 02, 2014 1:22 pm

kels wrote:
With my Q9450 @3.6Ghz I can render some tracks without problems I guess.


Yes, I'm sure of that :)
As a reference for your testings, I've been able to load more than 44 heavy instances of Nebula (some of them in pure time mode ...) and run the whole project (96kHz) wo any problems on a slightly overclocked i7 4770K (Haswell).

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=27588&start=10


Impressive machine!
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