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Re: CPU usage on Mac Book Pro
Oct 12th, 2013, 03:24
I know people like to keep things in midi, but I find it quite liberating to bounce tracks to audio as soon as possible. It obviously frees up cpu but also makes you commit to sounds which in my opinion is always a good thing.
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