It still has about half a second of latency. I have included a screenshot so you can see my settings.
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markg wrote:I have noticed massive latency when using nebula reverb. Is there a way to improve this?
Yes go into the Master page and change the DSP buffer Note for Cuda you need at least 2048 if I recall correctly I have mine at 4096
It makes no difference, still about half a second of latency.
burnsound wrote:I just go this running on my MAC for the first time. I noticed that there is a parameter in the DISK page that gives a number percentage describing CUDA usage. It is a good way to see if CUDA is working ok.
Are you experiencing any latency? what are your settings on the master page, If you would be so kind
Someone also suggested making a copy of the NEBULA3 REVERB plugin and xml filse and renaming them to something CUDA related. I did this but the new plugin does not show up.
What I should do for run Nebula under CUDA? 1. Have a CUDA GPU. 2. Install a CUDA enable GPU driver and CUDA Toolkit version 3.00 (please use C:\ not C:\Program files in PC/Windows OS). 3. Install Acustica Audio CUDA Bridge version 1.1.036. 4. Copy the "Nebula3 Reverb.dll" file and rename it "Nebula3 CUDA.dll" or choose a name that you like. 5. Copy the "Nebula3 Reverb.xml" and rename it as above (e.g. "Nebula3 CUDA.xml") 6. Load Nebula3 CUDA and go to the MAST page and set the FREQD to mode 15 (CUDA 2ch Mono), then click in SAVE.
Also that last step(6).. set the FREQD to mode 15 (CUDA 2ch Mono), then click in SAVE. I do not have that option. 14 (CUDA 2ch Mono), is the nearest thing to it, but none of these seem to solve the latency problem either.
I am using OSX - the instructions for making duplicates are for PC. I tried by doing the obvious (to a layman) conversions. ie PC dll = OSX componant but it did not work, which is why I asked here to start with.