email@example.com wrote:KindaFishy, i am checking Reaper, the funny thing is, Diva in Divine Mode MC off uses less CPU then when MC is On. LOL. Why in the world i can not see al the tracks in the Floating Mixer, just the Master track and why all track play at the same time, not like other DAWs only the track you select.
I'm not familiar with Diva so I can't speak to that. I am not a midi guy, so I also can't really speak to the midi capabilities of REAPER either.
I have never seen nor heard what you are describing with not seeing all tracks in the mixer panel. It is possible to collapse tracks that are nested under a parent track, so it's possible that it is just something like that.
Your best bet is to join the REAPER forums and post a couple questions there combined with exploring the program a little bit to see if it might be a good fit for you.
Leaving one core for OS task should be enough, you should test also with 0 and 2, and measure how good or bad is the thread sincronization in each host.
Sorry, now i am more confused. Or you confused Cores with Threads? This is a 6 Cores CPU...but anyways, how am i to split the Cores? Nebula alows this to actually split the Cores in some settings? I know in Cubase you do not have any option like this.
Edit: I just checked the link you provided, it is 6 Cores, not 12, it is 12 Threads which on mine MultiThreading is dissabled as per Steinbergs own advice. And no Cubase or Nebula do not deal with Threads but with Cores.
My computer was running 1133 threads while reading your post...
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And now even more confused...we should just forget this i think. This now has nothing to do i guess with my original request. All i know is that my processor is 6 Cores 12 Threads... That's what it also states on the manufacturers site. My Hyperthreading is off on my PC in the BIOS.
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firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:The pictures speak for them selves, you see how in Cubase you can not utilize your computer power fully, it chokes at 30% CPU Usage while in Studio One its even 30-30 so it shares and spreads everything evenly. With Studio one you get at least double the Effects you can open in Cubase. Time to spend some money. https://picload.org/image/wrawgla/1.jpg https://picload.org/image/wrawgll/2.jpg
Recommend that you experiment with REAPER before you spend money on S1. The community is great, and there is a chance that you may find the same benefits over S1 that you just saw between S1 and Cubase. REAPER is incredibly well coded and very CPU efficient. There are a lot of REAPER users here as well.
This is good advise……I experienced the same problems only with PT9. There is a learning curve but it is well worth it. Cheers.