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Most efficient way of running Logic Pro X and VEPro 5
Last post Thu, Dec 10 2015 by fletchtown, 1 replies.
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Posted on Thu, Dec 10 2015 22:44
by fletchtown
Joined on Tue, Mar 03 2009, Posts 15

I’ve been using VEPro since it came out. 

I am running VEPro 5 and Logic Pro X 10.2 on a 2 x 3.33 GHz 6 core Intex Xeon. I run the server on the same machine as Logic.

 The way I have been using VEPro is to instanciate an instance of the Vienna Ensemble Pro plugin within Logic for each set of 16 MIDI instruments I wish to use. The result is a separate instance within VEPro for each set of 16 MIDI instruments.

This has worked well for me so far and I have been able to run very large templates with this approach.

I have been looking at the template file that is referred to on page 45 of the manual under the heading Multiple MIDI Ports in Logic Pro X - A Different Approach.

If I were to use this template, will I get any performance or efficiency gains over the method I have been using in the past?

Are there any clear advantages to using this approach over the method I have been using?

Am I correct that it is not recommened that Logic users use the Event Input plugin as a way of addressing more than 16 MIDI channels within a single instance of VEPro?

Thanks,

Fletcher

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