TheNavigator wrote:an absolutely transparent process
jaslan wrote:TheNavigator wrote:an absolutely transparent process
So, instantly and without using any resources. Magic then?
SteveInChicago wrote:I imagine Cubase is already doing stuff in the background, and that the devs have to do a balancing act regarding features that use idle time and non idle time processing.
If they haven't added something like this yet maybe it's because CPU load required to make the feature work fast enough to be useful, would be too high.
SteveInChicago wrote:Well, your post is beyond my comprehension as a layman, so +1 for the concept.
TheNavigator wrote:No, it is calculated while being played back for the first time - OR while Cubase is idling OR with the remaining CPU cycles while Cubase is playing back. What is so hard to understand about that?
TheNavigator wrote:You are talking to a senior software architect here - and let me tell you that I KNOW what I'm talking about.
TheNavigator wrote:No need to try to make fun of me and / or my idea ("magic").
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