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Unread 02-04-2008, 03:22 PM   #1
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Dfh superior problems...

i just recently bought dfh superior and it does sound very good, but my computer has a lot of trouble running it with other vst's that i use for keyboard sounds. i have enough ram i am assuming (2 gigs) but im not so sure about my processor(an older intel pentium 4 3.0ghz w/ hyper thread). does anyone know which intel socket 775 processors are really good for recording?
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Unread 02-04-2008, 04:34 PM   #2
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i would think that your computer would manage to run DFHS and other vst`s at the same time with no trouble.

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Have you tried the 16-bit and/or TPC modes in the construction window? I find they really help when programming and then you can bounce it down for full quality once you're happy with the drums.
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If your multi track software allow it, just freeze the track (ie : prerender the track in a wav file) so your computer don't have to render it in real time.


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i would think that your computer would manage to run DFHS and other vst`s at the same time with no trouble.

I use the Intel Quad2 Core processor...its absolutely wicked safe!
i would think that it should run fine too, but there are always these really random cpu spikes everywhere but thanks for the advice! i was actually wondering about purchasing a dual/ quad core cpu

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Have you tried the 16-bit and/or TPC modes in the construction window? I find they really help when programming and then you can bounce it down for full quality once you're happy with the drums.
no, actually, but i totally forgot that those features were even there haha, thanks i'll try it and see what's up.

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Have you tried the 16-bit and/or TPC modes in the construction window? I find they really help when programming and then you can bounce it down for full quality once you're happy with the drums.
That should def. work out!
Thats what they reccommend on toontrack if you dont have a too powerfull computer to run it with!

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