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Old 10-28-2011, 10:23 AM
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Default Re: What's the difference between HD Native and HDX?

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Originally Posted by Rich Breen View Post
Latency is the big one - the ability to track through plug-ins while generating multiple headphone mixes, etc... without significant latency is a huge issue, and no native rig can deliver this at the moment.

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This is a HUGE bonus for HDX systems. Not only the overall lower latency to start with, but the fact that sessions with extremely large track counts running countless plug-ins will NEVER have to have the buffer size bumped (thereby losing low latency) to compensate for the increased load on the CPU. HDX users will also never have to deal with the "zero latency" hardware workarounds.
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