I really do not understand what Enrique meant. Enrique, can you please tell us and explain what is wrong. You already looking at the pictures, can you please tell me where should i go and change what to what?
Prime Total, Nebula Server 3, Scarlett 3, Amethyst 2, Aquamarine 3, Titanium, Magenta 3, Navy, Sand, Pink, Pink Compressors.
5 = SSE TIMED = Direct convolution audio engine. Remember Nebula and Acqua Effect are running in hybrid convolution audio engine, based into Volterra diagonal and controlling all parameter with a vectorial engine running always in CPU, loaded from your HDD/SSD to RAM (.N2P files).
email@example.com wrote:I guess i can confirm that it is working now, problem is as usual with Cubase Performance Meters. I opened 2 Nebula Reverb and 2 Nebula Cuda instances on 1 track. Loaded the same preset in all and then played just thru the two reverb Instances. CPU consumption in Task manager was 19-21%. After that i switched to CUDA and then CPU was 9-11%, so basically cuts in half...however in Cubase it is the same which is a shame...you can not utilize your processor fully.
Hi! I haven't read all the posts thoroughly, but if I have understood you correctly, your CUDA-setup is working but it's not giving you the wow-feeling that it actually takes off some of the strain of the CPU? Is that correct?
I had the similar struggles like you some years ago and finally found out how to set up my CUDA-system. I found out one very significant parameter tweak that gave me the wow-feeling: You have to increase the DSPBUFFER to 8192.
Looking at your screen shots - you only have 512. I experimented with my DSPBUFFER and found out that in my system (look at my signature at the bottom) the best tweak was 8192.
(I have made a special CUDA-instance based on the NebulaReverb.dll with NebulaSetups. Why? Because I usually use 512 or 1024 as my BUFFERSIZE for other Nebula-stuff.)
I can't guarantee any success, but it's probably worth a try?
One more thing: To see how much of the GPU your CUDA-instance of Nebula uses - press the 'Disk' on the right hand of 'Mast'. To the right of 'BRIDGE' you will see a percentage value. This varies very much depending on what DSPBUFFER you choose. Some figures:
Sorry, i really totally can not understand you, its ok i guess we'll just leave it as it is. I don't know if it is a language barrier but by you i get confused even more on every response you make. You give half the answer, you raise another 3 questions and then we are left with more confusion.
A simple answer such as: ''Nedim, go here, touch this and do this'' will really make my life and others easier.
You usually keep going into theories which most of us don't care about.
The last post you made is a MUTE POST. There is NOTHING AT ALL one can understand. You Colored in Red the 2 numbers and pointed to Wikipedia...and that was all....what does that all mean in English?
Ok lets try this again in an easier way: Enrique, Giancarlo, from the picture Below where you can SEE every info you need on the Instance, is my CUDA and Reverb Instances setup properly besides the DSP buffer which can vary? If it is correct please confirm, if it is not please point where and how i should i adjust it?