chk071 wrote:ghettosynth wrote:chk071 wrote:ghettosynth wrote:I think that it's very different from Sylenth, in fact, I don't even know why people like Sylenth. It's just about technology. If you aren't eating up the CPU today, you probably aren't going to please me. If you can please me and not eat up the CPU, then I want to know what you've done with technology that other people aren't able to do.
Check Spire. 1/3 of the CPU it was consuming before, and a lot of people are convinced of the sound. Maybe not your typical ZDF whatever analog modelled filter, but really, Dune 2 also uses ZDF and doesn't eat your CPU alive. I think it's a false assumption that something which sounds good has to kill your CPU. Afaik, Diva also uses a lot less CPU than on its initial release, so...
Spire? You mean the one that Hardwell endorses? Seriously?
Tbh, i don't think you really care who endorses what.
Oh wow, am I that transparent? Well, I certainly don't buy into endorsements as a measure of sufficiency, but endorsements from people with bad taste is a red flag.
ghettosynth wrote:On Edit: Yes, indeed, it doesn't eat my CPU, that is correct, it's CPU light for sure.
Spire? Yeah, it is really. Since the latest update.
The filter just isn't there, that's all.