UNVEIL CPU Load Optimisation
UNVEIL uses some very complex mathematics, and thus uses a considerable amount of CPU processing time. Here are a couple of suggestions how you can get the most out of your CPU:
- Try increasing buffer sizes in your host software to their largest values, then gradually bring them back down until you find a suitable balance between latency and CPU load. In Logic Pro, this also includes the "Process Buffer range" parameter. We recommend using an I/O buffer size of at least 1024 samples.
- Try closing the GUI of any plug-in that you don't currently need to have visual feedback on, including UNVEIL after adjusting settings.
- Quit any open applications that are not needed.
- In Logic Pro, all processes that are fed by a live source are processed on one CPU core. Bounce/record any live inputs feeding into UNVEIL to allow Logic to assign cores as needed. "Live" inputs include Instrument tracks that are record enabled.
- In ProTools, using a multi-mono instance is preferable to using a stereo instance in terms of CPU consumption, as this allows ProTools to render the channels on separate cores.
- In ProTools 10, render to a new file by pasting the setting used in a real-time instance into the AudioSuite version of UNVEIL for processing. The RTAS plug-in does not support AudioSuite.
- In general, when using multi-channel versions of the plug-in, please bypass any channels that you don't really need to de-reverberate (like the LFE channel, for example).
PITCHMAP AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX: 1.6.2p
UNVEIL AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX: 1.7.8p
UNFILTER AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX: 1.2.2p
UNCHIRP AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX: 1.0.1p
MORPH AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX: 2.3.0
UNMIX::DRUMS AU/VST/VST3/RTAS/AAX: 1.0.2
ADAPTIVERB AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.1.1
PITCHMAP AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.6.1
UNVEIL AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.7.6
UNFILTER AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.2.1
UNCHIRP AU/VST/RTAS/AAX: 1.0.0
ORANGE VOCODER AU: 3.4.2
TIME FACTORY II MAC: 2.5.3