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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby Grim » Tue Dec 07, 2010 4:57 pm

i got allmost rid of the long conversiontime by changeing the value "set conversion priority"(dont remember how it's called exactly) in the mast page from "lower" to "higher". it still needs to convert the programs then, but it will convert them a lot faster.


This parameter doesn't seem to exist in the master page as far as I can see??
If you mean the rate cnv setting it is recommended for many libraries to have this set at 3200ms or more.
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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby giancarlo » Wed Dec 08, 2010 3:00 pm

there is a bug in the engine, I can't fix it now, I'm too much busy. Wait a bit....
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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby Grim » Wed Dec 08, 2010 10:08 pm

giancarlo wrote:there is a bug in the engine, I can't fix it now, I'm too much busy. Wait a bit....


:? I don't understand what this is in response to...am I missing something?
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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby Spacey » Thu Dec 09, 2010 3:10 pm

The whole 44k vs 96k is more about using other plugins as well. It is well known that plugins add all sorts of aliasing that compounds the more plugins you use on that track.

Working at 96k eliminates most of the aliasing in dsp processing to acceptable amounts.
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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby tumburu » Thu Dec 09, 2010 3:28 pm

Working at 44 OTOH allows me to use Nebula massively, so I won't need to use other plugins that alias.
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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby brp » Fri Dec 10, 2010 7:31 am

@Grim

ok i checked the name of the parameter: its called "loader pr:" and its in the bottom left corner of the mast page.

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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby Grim » Fri Dec 10, 2010 3:12 pm

Thanks brp...will try playing with this setting a bit. I assume you haven't noticed any negative side effects?

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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby brp » Sat Dec 11, 2010 2:10 am

well, its actually like this: in the taskmanager you can change the priority of a certain program. this parameter does the same for the loadingprocess. if you set it to higher, then all the ressources are going to be used for it. that means you would eventually notice some crackles while audioplayback, but only while the new program is loading. for me this is a fair compromise. but you have to decide for yourselve.

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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby Tim Petherick » Wed Feb 09, 2011 4:01 pm

Any news on 96khz fate?

I've just seen two other new compressors coming up on analog in the box's website -

snap comp

and nuke comp

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Re: Fate Comp: "We start testing first 96KHz programs this..."

Postby Mplay » Wed Feb 09, 2011 4:42 pm

Exciting news. I hope more news will follow about improved compression soon. Although I'm very happy with Fate, 168 and 165
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