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- Cubase 7 with dual Xeons

Postby marlong » Wed Nov 13, 2013 12:58 am

Hi,i'm still living aside cubase 4 however i intend to make some serious updates - haven't followed the updates for a very long time now but back to version 4, as a heavy plugin user, multiprocessing was a big issue with the distribution of the processing (lags, pops, clicks and bla bla bla - add a couple of harsh plugs, and the cpu meter starting hitting the roof whatever quad demon you used 5 years ago).

If i say i update to c7 with a new dual xeon (8+8 core) system, will cubase run as i expect? Hrmmm... speedy? Any users?

Another thing: Steinberg web states cubase supports max between 4-6 cores... Does this mean that... Damn, is the problem still there?
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Re: - Cubase 7 with dual Xeons

Postby marlong » Sun Nov 17, 2013 4:40 pm

No official Steinberg support in here??
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Re: - Cubase 7 with dual Xeons

Postby SteveInChicago » Sun Nov 17, 2013 5:41 pm

Maybe edit your thread subject to be the actual question - officially SB says this is a user to user board, but they chime in frequently, as you have probably noticed.

Or open a support issue.
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Re: - Cubase 7 with dual Xeons

Postby Fabio Bartolini » Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:12 am

Hello,

your enquiry has been forwarded by a distributor, I replied on the 14th.
Did you receive the e-mail?

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Re: - Cubase 7 with dual Xeons

Postby Patanjali » Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:59 am

Fabio Bartolini wrote:your enquiry has been forwarded by a distributor, I replied on the 14th. Did you receive the e-mail?

Thank you for the official Steinberg response. ................................................. NOT :roll: !

That really helps ( :roll: ) anyone else who has this question, like me.
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Re: - Cubase 7 with dual Xeons

Postby Fabio Bartolini » Thu Nov 21, 2013 12:40 pm

Patanjali wrote:
Fabio Bartolini wrote:your enquiry has been forwarded by a distributor, I replied on the 14th. Did you receive the e-mail?

Thank you for the official Steinberg response. ................................................. NOT :roll: !

That really helps ( :roll: ) anyone else who has this question, like me.


That was a direct response to a user who contacted Support and received a reply 3 days before writing "No official Steinberg support in here??".

You can have a reply as well - simply by asking and also if you write without the rolling eyes, you know?
This whining before even asking is getting tiresome.

Cubase supports multiple CPU and multiple cores since generation 5.

Cubase 7 can use more than one multi-core processor and can spread the load across all cores / threads.
However, the outcome of this also depends on how the loaded plug-ins make use of the available resources.
Most can spread over multiple cores as well nowadays.
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