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mos6502
Posted 2009-03-18 6:31 PM (#14588)
Subject: Multiprocessor Support


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Please consider adding this capability to a future release. My PC is having trouble keeping up with everything I throw into a musical project while being limited to a single core.

Thanks,
Owen
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mos6502
Posted 2009-03-18 6:42 PM (#14589 - in reply to #14588)
Subject: Re: Multiprocessor Support


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FYI - additionally... within Sonar 7, if I have "Use Multiprocessing Engine" enabled, reViSiT does work... it just has lots of minor stutters (just enough to be more than I can live with).
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chrisnash
Posted 2009-03-19 9:44 AM (#14593 - in reply to #14589)
Subject: Re: Multiprocessor Support



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I had a brief flirtation with parallel processing in reViSiT, but it did strange things. Still, it's something I'd like to include, and something I had in mind when I designed the current audio engine, so perhaps I'll find time to take a closer look and see what's possible.

What you're talking about, multi-processor compatibility, is also a strange animal - I have yet to work out why it's so glitchy when enabled, but there are so many extra variables that crop up when hosts go multiprocessor, and all do it in different ways.

I'll take a peak when I get the chance.

Best,
Chris


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mos6502
Posted 2009-03-19 3:46 PM (#14601 - in reply to #14588)
Subject: Re: Multiprocessor Support


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Good luck, it would definitely be useful, since some folks like me have actively upgraded to multi-core to be able to run our plugins! And maybe you can get it working with WDM audio drivers, too :-)

Thanks again,
Owen
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