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VE PRO and Logic's Buffer Range Question
Last post Fri, Jul 09 2010 by yt020490_13791, 3 replies.
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Posted on Wed, May 26 2010 00:50
by dlpmusic
Joined on Sun, Jan 19 2003, Posts 276

I have an 8 core MAC and my template is quite large.  Logic seems to put an enormous amount of all the plugins routing, etc. on my 7th processor.  I rather not trim down my template so I played with setting Logic's buffer range from medium to large.  Everything seems ok and now my 7th processor is about 10% lower.  In VE PRO manual on page 28 it definitely says to run it at medium buffer.  Can someone explain if the large buffer is ok to use or am I asking for problems?


Posted on Fri, Jun 11 2010 23:50
by igor
Joined on Mon, Jul 31 2006, California, Posts 25

I'm in the same boat.  curious if someone has an answer.

Posted on Fri, Jul 09 2010 01:16
by yt020490_13791
Joined on Wed, Apr 20 2005, Posts 40


Read the above article.

When a Software Instrument track is selected in the Arrange window, Logic enters "Live Input Mode". In this mode, Logic turns on every plug-in in the channel strip's signal path so the channel strip can be played live from a MIDI controller. All of this must be handled by a single thread and therefore just one core. It's a good idea to keep a track that uses an Audio channel strip selected in the Arrange window, unless you're actively playing or recording to a Software Instrument. "

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