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    Joined: Jan 31st, 2010, 02:03
    Logic adventure in 64-bit
    Just started my adventures in 64-bit land and thought I'd post some experiences. we do a lot of Film and TV work and some of it the dreaded all-consuming memory gobbling orchestral simulation. As many I was shocked at LP9's memory issues and so I was very excited at the prospect of 64-bit - and despite issues I remain so. We are running LP91 on several macpros although my experiences here is on a dual 3 xeon with 16 gig ram. I'm not the most tech-savy guy so some of the things I have done might just be bone-headed but here they is. With a little extra time on a TV opening cue I loaded... 3 multi 16 instances of Kontakt 4 (a full LASS bank)(a tonehammer heavy bank) and a mixed bank including Symphobia/Heavyocity (bridged) 3 multi 16 instances of Omnisphere - loaded (64bit native beta) 10 instances of play with various platinum orch inst. (bridged) I guess all the picture guys already know that there is no "export audio to movie" in 64 bit... yet. and my mp3 bounce is unavailable. And I seems their are QT sync issues (stutter, minor freezes etc) but this only seemed to occur when the CPU is stressed. Omnisphere beta 64 worked great. Other than a few graphical issues when switching between views. I was able to load three full banks of sounds. that was impossible 32. Of course I didn't use all the sounds but having them there to easily audition parts was a great. Play seemed a little unstable. A few sounds loaded but would not play from recorded midi until I restarted. Also there was lots of graphic problems. Kontakt - here's where it seemed to get a little dodgy. Thanks to the great sounds from audiobro and TH I have come to rely on this. I was never a big fan of NI stuff but realled loved the KS feature in Kontakt 4. Bridged there is no ability for me to save banks. And if you have KS activated deactivating inside logic will cause the bridge to crash and then you are unble to load the sequence again as K4 crahses it on startup. A workaround is to load K4 standalone then reactivate and you're OK. K4 bridged really sucks the CPU too. And NI has taken a wait and se approach to a 64 bit native version so I really wonder what LASS people and TH are thinking. I would really re-consider any heavy K4 library right now. Jim Always looking for talented composers/songwriters to team with. Check my profile and drop me a line... Check out my IMDB profile here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0349763/ www.jamesguttridge.com jamesguttridge@gmail.com
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Logic adventure in 64-bit
    Thanks Jim & welcome to the macProVideo forum! I have a feeling that the next update for Snow Leopard (10.6.3) will feature improvements for Logic and perhaps also Quicktime. Cheers Rounik
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