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Old 07-16-2009, 03:00 PM
tekis tekis is offline
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Default Help with Lightbridge and PT8

Ok, I'm really new. I've successfully been using the set up for months now. I have a Mac Mini 2Ghz Dual. I mainly just use this set up to transfer PT sessions into my Radar hard disk system via Lightpipe. I transfer the bulk of the files first, then if I need to pitch-correct a vocal or two, I'll make a separate session with just the vocal(s). Then, I'll fix the parts with Melodyne. 19 times out of 20 Melodyne will be the ONLY plug-in running. I also have my performance window running: CPU and Hard Drive usage NEVER goes above 3%! I'll be recording into Melodyne with maybe 3-5 tracks in the session (only one going into Melodyne at a time) and I'll get the flag that says "You're running out of CPU Bandwidth--remove some plug-ins..." This is with only ONE instance of Melodyne being used--no other plug-ins! Drive is 7200rpm and I have 4 gig (the maximum) of memory. OS is 10.5.6. Thanks!
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