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Re: Görlitz - Polyphony

Postby josq » Mon Sep 18, 2017 10:54 am

Yes, sorry Martin, perhaps it's more appropriate to say that CPU is a bit less critical. If you have less CPU you can handle less polyphony, but the impact on realism will not be very dramatic except in extreme cases.
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Re: Görlitz - Polyphony

Postby johnstump_organist » Sat Sep 30, 2017 12:18 pm

1961TC4ME wrote:, you might consider not even loading the direct portion of the set. I'd assume this alone would not only speed up load times, but would also take some strain off the computer and allow you to increase polyphony.
I'd prefer not to truncate at all and I never do (I regard it as cutting corners and cheating), and stray from the original sampling, as in my opinion the results are only more artificial.

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I do this with Oakland AS, which is relatively dry at its wettest, just to speed up load time, because as I experimented with the faders I found I didn't miss the direct front when I took it out of the mix. I, too, find truncation makes for a strange artificial sound.
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