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poshook
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Postby poshook; Fri May 30, 2014 11:39 am Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

absolutely awesome sounding on 2BUS. it makes everything sound bigger, fuller, wider
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Postby poshook; Fri May 30, 2014 11:04 pm Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

once again the question: when can we get mac Au 64bit version?
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Postby poshook; Sat May 31, 2014 11:43 am Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

Info about performance in mac osx 10.8.5, Mac Pro 3,1 2008, 8-Core Xeon, 14GB RAM, Apogee Duet Buffer 256 samples:

SilkEQ.vst 64bit
DSP BUffer: 256 samples
No. of Instance: 4 (all filters enabled)
System Monitor: cca 50% load

SilkEQ.vst 64bit
DSP BUffer: 1024 samples
No. of Instance: 4 (all filters enabled)
System Monitor: cca 15% load

SilkEQ.vst 64bit
DSP BUffer: 2048 samples
No. of Instance: 4 (all filters enabled)
System Monitor: cca 12-13% load

For mixing 1024 seems to be a good choice
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Uncle E
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Postby Uncle E; Sat May 31, 2014 11:46 am Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

That's pretty extreme. I don't think my little MacBook Air can take that kind of punishment.
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Zaphod (giancarlo)
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Postby Zaphod (giancarlo); Sat May 31, 2014 12:11 pm Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

poshook wrote:once again the question: when can we get mac Au 64bit version?


before the end of the year, we are currently migrating to a different framework
poshook
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Postby poshook; Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:50 am Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

compared to T-Racks 432 EQ (maybe one of the best sw emus).... there is nothing to compare. 432EQ sounds static, flat, artificial. It sounds more like another layer over the source material where the EQ is applied. You can easily hear music and the EQ dust over there.
SilkEQ sounds like it was there from the very beginning - no effect, no EQ, just pure music all around.... amazing
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kj.metissage
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266 posts since 20 Feb, 2014, from Paris - FRANCE

Postby kj.metissage; Sun Jun 01, 2014 12:10 pm Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

poshook wrote:compared to T-Racks 432 EQ (maybe one of the best sw emus).... there is nothing to compare. 432EQ sounds static, flat, artificial. It sounds more like another layer over the source material where the EQ is applied. You can easily hear music and the EQ dust over there.
SilkEQ sounds like it was there from the very beginning - no effect, no EQ, just pure music all around.... amazing

Seriously ? I have friends who would love to smoke your very powerful, it seems, weed :D.
poshook
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Postby poshook; Fri Jun 06, 2014 11:44 am Re: Acustica - Silk eQ

bump for this great thread
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