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Re: Downloading CUDA

Postby basaristudios » Thu Jan 07, 2016 10:46 pm

dagovitsj wrote:You have to increase the DSPBUFFER to 8192


Wouldn't that introduce a lot of Latency?
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Re: Downloading CUDA

Postby dagovitsj » Thu Jan 07, 2016 10:54 pm

basaristudios@gmail.com wrote:
dagovitsj wrote:You have to increase the DSPBUFFER to 8192


Wouldn't that introduce a lot of Latency?


EAR and VNXT reverbs works like a charm.

Note: I'm not an expert here regarding the difference between a CPU and a GPU, but in my system it works. I can run several CUDA-instances (made with Nebula setups) with DSPBUFFER 8192 and ordinary Nebula setups like EQs, Compressors etc at DSPBUFFER 1024 in the same Reaper project without problems.

Have you tried it?
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Re: Downloading CUDA

Postby basaristudios » Thu Jan 07, 2016 11:05 pm

No i did not yet, will try now but i wonder, did it introduce a lot of actual Latency in the sound?
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Re: Downloading CUDA

Postby dagovitsj » Thu Jan 07, 2016 11:09 pm

basaristudios@gmail.com wrote:No i did not yet, will try now but i wonder, did it introduce a lot of actual Latency in the sound?


No, not as I have noticed, but I use mostly small spaces.

I use my ears. But how can you measure latency to be certain?
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Re: Downloading CUDA

Postby basaristudios » Thu Jan 07, 2016 11:44 pm

If you play a some soft synth in real time while the reverbs
are on you will notice that the sound is late, not instant
when you press the keys on the keyboard. I tried now on the
CUDA Instance with 2048 with EAR, not really any Latency but
i work on a 64 Buffer on my Audio Card, very Low Latency.
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Re: Downloading CUDA

Postby dagovitsj » Fri Jan 08, 2016 12:28 am

basaristudios@gmail.com wrote:If you play a some soft synth in real time while the reverbs
are on you will notice that the sound is late, not instant
when you press the keys on the keyboard. I tried now on the
CUDA Instance with 2048 with EAR, not really any Latency but
i work on a 64 Buffer on my Audio Card, very Low Latency.


Aha, now I understand what you're saying. I'm not talking about latency in a live playing situation - I don't use Nebula when tracking, especially not reverb.

I'm using EAR in CUDA-version of Nebula when mixing and then latency compensation take care of it, I reckon.

Why do you want to use EAR or other Nebula reverbs when tracking?
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