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Hi,

I just downloaded the trial version from the site and I am just amazed how much processor hungry is this plugin.
I am running 10.6.2 with Logic 9.1 (64bit). All my spectrasonics plugins work superfine in native 64 bit, but one plugin of vintage warmer (using 32 bit bridge) needs 25-30 % per core to work.

Is there any chance to resolve this?

Thanks

Martist

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This is just a guess but I reckon the 32 bit bridge isn't helping, might have to wait for the 64bit version

Are you using any other 32bit plugs? Are they fine?

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I use kontakt 4 which is still 32 bit and is fine.

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Hi,

I just downloaded the trial version from the site and I am just amazed how much processor hungry is this plugin.
I am running 10.6.2 with Logic 9.1 (64bit). All my spectrasonics plugins work superfine in native 64 bit, but one plugin of vintage warmer (using 32 bit bridge) needs 25-30 % per core to work.

Is there any chance to resolve this?

Thanks

Martist


ask PSP developpers hehehe!





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