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Re: New Rare EQ/Console Channel Strip From CDSoundMaster !!!

Postby cdsoundmaster » Sun Jun 06, 2010 4:58 am

I am estimating, but 20% is substantially less. It is not hard on resources. GEQ should use more resources, for the sake of having as detailed control for a mastering eq as possible.

tumburu wrote:Indeed, GEQ is the heaviest Nebula eq around. If this one is only 20% more efficient I'll think twice about it...
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Re: New Rare EQ/Console Channel Strip From CDSoundMaster !!!

Postby greekpeet » Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:41 pm

Compared to other Nebula eqs this is pretty light on CPU @ 441.

The 5K version is 6% registered on one core of Mac Pro 1.1 2.66.
Clean 1K versions are 3% CPU on one core.

So if you spread that out over four cores thats only 1.5% total CPU hit for the whole system for 5K, and 0.75% CPU for the 1K per instance.

The biggest hit are the pre-amps with this program. The 11K versions hit 21% per core so 5.25% of overall system load.

96Khz, double these figures.
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Re: New Rare EQ/Console Channel Strip From CDSoundMaster !!!

Postby odd » Tue Jan 11, 2011 7:17 pm

How are the preamp programs on this thing? Clean, coloured...?
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Re: New Rare EQ/Console Channel Strip From CDSoundMaster !!!

Postby greekpeet » Tue Jan 11, 2011 10:30 pm

odd wrote:How are the preamp programs on this thing? Clean, coloured...?


A colored clean I would say.

In many cases I can use this one in particular, in conjunction with the Alex B Preamp programs with fantastic results.

The EQ is a great library, and the preamps provided are another wonderful bonus.

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