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Old 08-05-2021, 04:23 AM
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Default Re: Increasing length of session makes Pro Tools lag?

Originally Posted by ArkMusic View Post
It seems like upgrading my RAM fixed my issues, haven’t had any problems since going from 16gb to 32gb! My only guess is that increasing the amount of midi notes in my session required more memory to process it all, that how pro tools handles midi information is linked to Ram in a bigger way than I thought.
Thank you all for suggestions!
Glad you got it sorted, There's two things you can never have too much of: money & RAM
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