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by umd; Wed Dec 05, 2012 1:52 pm
If the problem remains, and you have any of the bridged plugin's interfaces open when you close Live's project, enable also the "opcode 19(...)" and the "prevent main host control when the GUI window is closed" options.
Let me know how it goes.
by norisounds; Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:06 am
The plugin works but if I try to change any parameters in real time while there is a midi clip sending notes, I get crazy monk vocals (crazier than usual). THe plugin works just fine if I use the mouse to make monk sounds, just not when I have an existing midi clip controlling it.
all output audio glitches until:
1. i stop playing with the controls in the plugin while the midi clip is playing.
2. i dont use a midi clip but just click on the vst with my mouse.
I'm using Live 8.3, Win7 SP1 x64, jbridge 1.5
Thanks btw for jbridge, works wonders!
edit: solved. I enabled 'sluggish gui' and it seems to work now!
by umd; Sat Jan 05, 2013 4:02 am
Just saw your message, glad you found a workaround.
A suggestion, if you wish, check if enabling the "separated GUI mode" option or disabling the "legacy integrated mode" works better, without the need to enable the "sluggish GUI hack" option.
by dpolcino; Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:02 am
by jbraner; Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:08 am
Some plugins just won't bounce or mixdown in non realtime. (Trilian and Omnisphere spring to mind) It's just the way the plugins workget Focusrite's LiquidMix to mixdown in non-realtime in a 64x host
by standalone; Sun Feb 17, 2013 9:43 am
First of all my system specs: XP 32 SP3 - 4 GB RAM - Intel quad core Q6600
Everything is fine in Cubase 6 but in S1 2.5 I got continuous audio overloads when there is more than one bridged plugin loaded. They produce a stuttering effect on the audio.
The performance tab in S1 shows that the first loaded bridged plugin has 600% spikes every once in a while. The rest of the bridged plugins don't use to have those spikes. Windows task manager doesn't show any CPU overload.
Removing or adding plugins sometimes stops the spikes. They are worse when I lower the buffer size or with "Process audio in safe mode" disabled.
Is this reproducible?
by umd; Sun Feb 17, 2013 2:22 pm
I don't have my DAW here right now, but I'll check this tomorrow and post back my results.
Meanwhile, could you just check something? If you enable the "run in existing auxhost" option for the bridged plugins, any difference? Also, I don't recommend using less than 4ms of audio latency when using bridged plugins.
by standalone; Sun Feb 17, 2013 2:48 pm
I've just tried "run in existing auxhost" and it makes no difference. And, do you mean 4 ms. of output latency? The minimum I can get is 5.6 ms. and I need to set the buffer to 32 samples. I don't have problems operating with high latencies in Cubase 6 and I didn't have them with S1 version 2.0 either.
With 32 samples and two bridged plugins I got a beautiful 16000% cpu reading on Studio One's gauge.