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Where to Install MIR RoomPacks
Last post Sun, May 13 2018 by Dietz, 2 replies.
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Posted on Sun, May 13 2018 14:19
by Pyre
Joined on Thu, Jun 28 2012, Posts 149

Hi all,

My PC setup has several 1TB hard drives, and used to have a 128GB SSD for the OS. In time that became full, so I've just replaced it with a 256 GB SSD. Annoyingly that meant reinstalling Windows and all my programs with it, but it's mostly done at last.

I store my VSL samples on one of the hard drives, but I am wondering where is best to install the MIR room packs. Should they also be on the sample drive, or better on the SSD with the OS for fast loading, if they aren't too large? Ideally I'd have the samples themselves on SSD too, of course, but no way can I afford a RAID array for multiple small SSDs, or even a single large one.

Thanks!

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor, 3.59 Ghz
64 GB RAM
1 TB hard drive for audio, 4 TB hard drive for libraries, 1x 256 GB SSD for OS
Audient iD14 4-in 2-out USB interface
Korg Triton Extreme-76 master keyboard, M-Audio MidAir-25 lap keyboard.

Windows 10 Pro, Cubase 10.5 Pro
VSL Symphonic Cube (Full library), Vienna Choir (standard library), Vienna Solo Voices (standard library), Vienna Imperial, Konzerthaus Organ, and download instruments Recorders, Harpsichord, Basset Horn and Contrabass Clarinet.
Vienna Instruments Pro 2.5.18635 and Vienna Ensemble Pro 5.4.16181
Vienna Suite, Vienna MIR and room packs 1-5
Sibelius 7 and Komplete 8
All 64-bit.
Posted on Sun, May 13 2018 14:49
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7729

Having your IRs on a SSD will give you slightly faster loading times. Depending on the size of the cache memory you assigned to MIR Pro in its preferences you will also see faster pre-rendering when moving an Icon on a stage.

Other than that, MIR Pro won't benefit much from loading its RoomPacks from faster mass storage devices, because CPU speed, RAM size and RAM speed are the crucial parameters.

HTH,

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
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