Migrating folder

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Saturnus
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Migrating folder

Post by Saturnus » Wed Sep 18, 2019 9:47 pm

Hello all,

I want to ask the following, I recently switched to Mac and want to know what the ideal way of installation in order to get the max of performance.
For the info I have installed on my 2019 Mac 40gb ram.
I am planning soon to get this https://www.techradar.com/reviews/samsu ... rtable-ssd

I have already installed cubase 10 pro on root hdd( not ssd) is it gonna give a boost to performance to move the whole folder of cubase to the ssd? and is it possible to be done. In Windows it was, on Mac the installation folders are fixed. Also if moving the vst/vst3 folders (that contain only the plugins not the libraries ) would give better performance or not? and again is it possible too?

Thank you in advance
Win 10 pro 64
Intel(R) i7 7700K @4.20GHz
RME Fireface 800
SoundBlaster Z
16GB RAM
Edifier Luna e235
Nvidia GTX 1060

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Re: Migrating folder

Post by Martin.Jirsak » Thu Sep 19, 2019 2:10 pm

Hi,

You can move the application itself to other folder.

But if you want to speed it up, I would first recommend to install the macOS to a SSD drive.
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