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VEPro 7 is taking forever to load all my instruments
Last post Fri, Jul 31 2020 by civilization 3, 2 replies.
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Posted on Mon, Jul 27 2020 20:09
by gledhilldaniel_25767
Joined on Sat, Feb 03 2007, Posts 1


So I'm working with VEPro 7 and Cubase 10.5. In my 1 instance of VEPro that I use, I have roughly 10 kontakt instruments, 5 play instruments, 1 omnisphere instance, and then some QL spaces reverb (just one that everything is being routed through. Most have their midi channels fully loaded up with master keyswitch patches, so it's kind of a big template, though not huge like others that I've seen. 

Each time I load the VEPro instance with all these instruments, it takes forever, even though I have everything on really fast SSD's and even 2 M.2 SSD's, so I don't understand why it's taking so long. I've put all of my instruments in the exclusion folder for Window's defender, so that shouldn't be causing the problem. 

My rig:

Intel i9-9900x 3.5 --- 192 gb of DDR4 3600 Ram --- Windows 10 64x --- RME fireface 400

With that much RAM, I have basically everything being loaded into it. Is that a wise choice? I mapped it all out and I think I'm using about 120 GB of RAM from all the samples. I've also mapped all of the cores, except two, to the single Vienna Ensemble Pro instance, leaving one for the OS and one for Cubase.

Basically what happens is that it'll load the first instrument pretty fast and then wait for a minute or two and say it's not responding, then it'll load another instrument or two. Rinse and repeat. About 20 min later, it'll finish and I switch projects a lot, so you can see how that can be discouraging. The instances are decoupled, so that shouldn't factor into the wait time either. 

Sorry for the essay, but I wanted to get all the info I had out there. Let me know your thoughts!



Posted on Fri, Jul 31 2020 20:24
by civilization 3
Joined on Sat, May 16 2009, SF Bay Area, Posts 1636

"Is that a wise choice?"

Not really, no. Also you can assign all your cores to VEP, seen it said numerous times here by staff, and I always have.

MacBook Pro 16,1: 2.3 GHz 8-core i9
64GB 2667MHz DDR4
OSX 10.15.5
VE Pro 7
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