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Configuration mixing with nebula

Postby Jordi » Wed Mar 05, 2014 7:14 pm

Good afternoon in Catalonia.

Would need to confirm some doubts respecting mix in real time with minimal Nebula trying to damage the CPU. I realize that this would be losing quality and the best would render the track. What I'm using more than nebula is to add the "mojo Henry" in compressors and some eq, since then, counting 3 reverbs I use on the subject, I would leave the computer's CPU to take wind.

I wont if this would be the most feasible option to save CPU:

    Kernels 2 (1st harm)
    Rate CNV: 9000ms
    L FreqD: 6000s
    Buffer DSP 1024??? more??

  My setup would be serious in real-time mixing. By the way, I work with iMac 3.5 GHz Intel Core 7, 8GB 1600 MHZ and solid disc. My DAW is Reaper.

Thank you very much, all clarifications or optimal configurations will be well goings.

Forgive my English ;)
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Re: Configuration mixing with nebula

Postby Support » Wed Mar 05, 2014 7:20 pm

Jordi wrote:Good afternoon in Catalonia.

Would need to confirm some doubts respecting mix in real time with minimal Nebula trying to damage the CPU. I realize that this would be losing quality and the best would render the track. What I'm using more than nebula is to add the "mojo Henry" in compressors and some eq, since then, counting 3 reverbs I use on the subject, I would leave the computer's CPU to take wind.

I wont if this would be the most feasible option to save CPU:

    Kernels 2 (1st harm)
    Rate CNV: 9000ms
    L FreqD: 6000s
    Buffer DSP 1024??? more??

  My setup would be serious in real-time mixing. By the way, I work with iMac 3.5 GHz Intel Core 7, 8GB 1600 MHZ and solid disc. My DAW is Reaper.

Thank you very much, all clarifications or optimal configurations will be well goings.

Forgive my English ;)


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Re: Configuration mixing with nebula

Postby Jordi » Wed Mar 05, 2014 8:17 pm

Ok, thank you very much for the link and information.

So I think it has become clear to me good settings for mixing:

Kernel: (5 st harm) - although I think someone said that there is less load on 1 st harm, am I right?

Rate CNV: 2500ms
Gui Rate: 60ms
DSP Buffer: 2048 - 4096 (This value means you also have to put the buffer in these values ​​Reaper O buffer would have to go with 1024 for mixing?.

thanks in advance.
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