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  • in reply to: ASIO4ALL restore original settings problem #27329

    Hermu
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    ASIO4ALL 2.12 installed but after button press to restore original settings,
    opens a Podium error message window:
    Could not initialize audio interface at 44100 Hz sample rate.

    Why?


    Hermu
    Participant

    Have you realy read this topic?

    it’s another hardware and it’s realy painful that podium multicore has this bad performance, because i have bought podium to use this feature.

    i have used all naming DAWs and with none of them i had ever a multicore performance problem.

    i don’t know why podium has this bad performance, but have podium realy multicore support for actual CPU, like Intel I7 4770?

    in reply to: Restricted to Podium license owners

    Hermu
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    This content is restricted to Podium license owners.
    in reply to: SquaredHeads Nora #27183

    Hermu
    Participant

    No, it’s not working within Podium, because Podium has no MIDI routing support.

    in reply to: missing first post in all topics for podium support #27141

    Hermu
    Participant

    sometimes i have to refresh this forum site, to post a reply although i have already logged in before.

    in reply to: bad performance with enabled plugin multiprocessing #27140

    Hermu
    Participant

    this performance problem occours every time in combination with onboard graphic card, after restart computer and start Podium with ASIO4ALL interface.

    WORKAROUND after restart computer and start Podium:
    – Setup->Audio/Midi->Audio
    – click on Driver Setup… opens ASIO4ALL v2.11 configuration window
    – close ASIO4ALL v2.11 configuration window
    – close Audio configuration window with <OK>

    this is a ASIO4ALL initialisation problem in combination with onboard graphic card and should be fixed.


    Hermu
    Participant

    it seems it has to do with ASIO buffersize:

    i have the best performance with ASIO buffersize = 256, but only if plugin multiprocessing is disabled – performance indicator is always below 50% and cpu speed up to 3,44 GHz.

    but if plugin multiprocessing is enabled with ASIO buffersize = 256 – performance indicator is always over 50% and goes flashing red and cpu speed up only to 1,2 GHz.

    perhaps the total buffersize is to large for all cores?

    • This reply was modified 6 years ago by  Hermu.
    in reply to: bad performance with enabled plugin multiprocessing #27136

    Hermu
    Participant

    i always use ASIO default buffersize = 512 samples and it makes no difference using the maximum value with 2048 samples.

    as i wrote in my second post this performance problem occours only in combination with the onboard graphic. it seems that podium uses onboard graphic memory which is part of RAM?


    Hermu
    Participant

    today i have tested again with enabled multiprocessing:

    podium 3.2.4 (x64) project with one track TyrellN6 x64 – PV Influx Pad
    playing on keyboard with MidiIn for TyrellN6 x64 – Performance Indicator goes to flashing red

    i have also tested with REAPER v4.721 (x64) project with one track TyrellN6 x64 – PV Influx Pad
    playing on keyboard with MidiIn for TyrellN6 x64 – Performance Indicator was always below 10%

    Intel I7 4770, RAM 8 GB, Windows 8.1 x64

    in reply to: bad performance with enabled plugin multiprocessing #27118

    Hermu
    Participant

    i found out, this performance problem occours only in combination with the onboard graphic.
    today i have added a MSI HD5450 PCIe graphic card and now plugin multiprocessing works fine.
    i have also rechecked with Studio One, but in this case the on board graphic has no effect to multithreading performace.

    in reply to: How to configure vst plugin to transmit midi output #27053

    Hermu
    Participant

    it’s real pity that Podium does not support streaming MIDI from one VST plugin to another, because that’s a standard feature in most todays DAWs.


    Hermu
    Participant

    try Wusik VM

    http://www.wusik.com/ww/products/wusikvm

    works, but is not perfect.

    after first start, all directories must configured correct to get wusik vm working.

    1. Menu -> Load VST – to load your VST instrument plugin (with “e” on the right you can show/hide plugin window)
    2. MIDI -> Load in Slot 1 Kirnu Cream (with “e” on the right you can show/hide plugin window for each slot)

    limitation: after restart VST instrument load always 1st program

    another solution could be MUX:
    http://www.mutools.com/mux-downloads.html

    but i’ll also prefer a podium streaming MIDI implementation from one VST plugin to another.

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by  Hermu.
    in reply to: How to configure vst plugin to transmit midi output #27011

    Hermu
    Participant

    is it possible now with v3.2.4, two years later?

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 1 month ago by  Hermu.
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