Hello, I have just finished the audio demo for this new console. For the new audio demo I have used only the line-input stage to process the tracks choosing from six different line-inputs, the DI-Input for the bass and the Input-Mic-Vintage for acoustic guitar and snare tracks. One buss-clean-program has been inserted in every sub-groups choosing from three different group-buss for: kick and bass buss, overdrive gtr buss, acoustic gtr buss. One SendReturn-program has been inserted in the FX buss. Finally one mixbuss-program has been inserted into stereo buss out. All the instances are clean at unity-gain, not drived. Mixed at 96kHz/24bit without mastering.
Can you tell us what the difference is "cpu-wise" between the MBC MKII and the MBC PRO?
Can't wait to download it and try it!
I can say this: I wouldn't use anymore the MKII since the PRO is available. The sound is more 3D with better stereo image, details and transients.
CPU is -10% with better sound RAM is -40% with better sound Panner now is -70% and it sounds great ! "SE" now have 5 kernels instead 3 and less CPU-Ram load.
Take in mind that MKII demo has done with line-input and mic-input = more color. The PRO demo use line-input only. The original song has been recorded horribly at 44.1kHz/16bit.
Is really interesting to listen the subtle differences between the channels, in the real console this is very hard to do but in the digital world you can easily compare the A/B/C/D/.... choosing the right channel for your track, or simply randomize it.
The whole process to produce these new library is very hard and very long, so be patient
Of course you know ... any delay in release will mean that my clients will experience a 'similar' delay.
... AlexB, look forward to whenever you're ready !
I am curious, though ... since we have only a handful of library creators ... are you guys sharing the knowledge for this "higher quality with lower CPU" ??? Or does this involve the NAT templates.?
Either way ... the 'Console' are apart of every project that I work on, and it is great to have choices. I'm also glad to hear that the PANNER is being worked, as it seemed to really have an affect on sound qualty ... where I'd have to pull it out of the chain