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  2. Markers move with objects on the first track In mouse mode Link objects one track Link objects all tracks. If you want to move only markers make a new track at the top insert an empty or dummy object (eg midi ) and move this dummy object in link objects one track mode. Georg
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  4. The markers are "synchronised" if you use an object mode where all the objects on the right of the deleted sound move. In your case use Links all tracks to the right mode.
  5. Software: OS: Windows 10 pro 64 version 21H1 Hosts: MAGIX SF PRO 15 build57 & MAGIX Samplitude pro x 6 suite 17.0.1.21177. 
    Hardware: System 2016: INTEL CORE I7-5930K @ 3.5GHz, 32Gb RAM DDR4 2133MHz, MSI X99A SLI Krait edition, Radeon R7 370. System drive: Crucial P2 SSD 250Go Temporary drive: SSD Kingston SSDNow KC400 120Go Media drive (raid0): 2 HD WD black 2To Samples drive: SSD OCZ Vertex4 500Go Audio interface: RME Multiface II, AIO Controler: MACKIE MCU PRO, NOB control.

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  7. 10.0.21996.1.co_release, X6 Suite Trial, Dell Venue 7140 Pro. Waiting for Build 22000.
  8. Like pulling teeth trying to get an answer to this . . . . . I currently run Samp Pro X 365 Ver 5. No auto upgrade in program to Ver 6 to date. So wondering if despite perpetual Samp subscription, you have to pony up even more money to get each major upgrade (and then I'd imagine pay a higher sub fee each month from that point on until the next)? If so, makes one reconsider this subscription model. Thanks
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  10. Hello. I am a long time user of the "Magix Audio Cleaning Lab" primarily for editing and producing CDs from the recordings of live events. I have moved from "simple" 2 track recording to multitrack. I trialled the new version of the Audio Cleaning lab which has multitrack support but ran into some difficulties and was advised to try Samplitude. This has gone well so far and has readily allowed me to re-mix the multitrack down to two track. My next task is to edit out period of inacitivity and otherwise reduce the record time to fit the CD. With the "Audio Cleaning Lab" the CD track markers would stay synchronised with the events on the audio track as the recording was shortened by cutting parts out. The Samplitude this does not seem to be the case. Is there a way to keep the markers synchronised with the events on the audio track?
  11. Your studio look amazing and apart of the many details and big things many would value and commend, for me the fact that you were personally doing the work, from big tasks to the minute and careful cabling, painting, etc. details is the standout feature. I can relate to that aim and have yours as a positive example in this direction.

    One could guess that conversely you have been doing the same while choosing your gear and your software, so it even translates in the selection of techniques you apply at your engineering! This alone shines much higher than any plastic (or wooden) key in hand studio delivered by a reputed firm.

    I would underline this aspect in your publications so those interested have a chance to relate with it.
    It seems its time of completion for you. Have small or big great times!

  12. Yes, too many variables. But you can follow these discussions: https://gearspace.com/board/music-computers/1328642-amd-ryzen-5000-series.html https://gearspace.com/board/music-computers/560019-quot-today-we-build-our-studio-pc-quot-thread.html
  13. I can't tell you if it's 100%. In my case, never was a problem with any type of hardware. For sure Zen 3 is known by all companies and they take that CPUs as serious as Intel now.
  14. Are AMD processors fully compatible nowadays with audio interfaces and daws ? Also Lukas if you know the answer, It seems to have been an issue in the past and I can't find if it's still the case, even though AMD proc seem 30% more powerfull in the mainstream of the line of products of processors
  15. Yep, with every current geneneration we get around +15-20% IPC increase (in general INT, FP etc). So, if someone change CPU after 5 generations will probably have 50 - 80% IPC boost per core. Which is very reasonable result worth spend money, and quite significant performance boost. As in my case. Will see what brings nearest years. New AMD Zen 3+, 4, 5, Intel Alder Lake and next generations. For me 5900X is enough for everything at this monent.
  16. I resolved this issue myself, but I'll leave the post as it is just in case someone has a similar problem an finds this vie search engine. It seems like the actual problem was simply that I had a Codemeter of a college plugged in at the same time (Sequoia 12 license). I didn't think this would be a problem, but apparently it was. Apart from that everything works as expected now Hi, I recently tried to start sequoia 15 on my spare laptop but it didn't work. Although my codemeter was plugged in and showed up correctly in the Codemeter control center, Sequoia prompted me for my SN. Then, after entering it, it said I already used all my available activations. Did anyone else have this problem before? Or is this intended behaviour? To me this seems like it could be an unwanted side effect of the unification of license authorization in sequoia and samplitude. For samplitude licenses that don't use a codemeter dongle, limiting the amount of possible SN-activations by using hardware dependent computer IDs makes a lot of sense. But since the Codemeter already makes sure that I can only use sequoia on one computer at a time anyway, I would expect that I could use any sequoia 15 installation on any computer with my codemeter, even without any internet connection. In fact this does work with all other "dongled" software I use (using iLok, eLicenser or normal thumbdrive) and I know that it did also work just fine with previous Sequoia versions. I always considered this to be a huge advantage of dongles over SN/Internet-based activations. Apart from that, I wonder what I would have to do if this would be a new computer instead of a spare laptop. I didn't find any option to revoke one of the other activations in favor of the new one either. Thanks in advance for any help! Best, V
  17. Everything seems to have stopped over the past year which is not surprising. All things being equal, single core speed is a good indicator. What isn't equal are different generations of CPUs with varying floating-point performance.
  18. Thanks for article. I know dawbench and used many times their SGA 1156 test on my computers. Very usefull From my experience overall architecture of CPU (cache speed and amount, internal cache latency) and pure single core performance is a key factor for perfomance in small asio buffers. On my previous CPU I could not work on advanced mix nor arrangement in Hybrid Engine with 128 Asio buffers. Now on 5900X I'm able to mix and arrange all the time on 128 buffer with no glitches and lost asio buffers. There was only CPU change. There was around 50% IPC difference between old and new CPU per Core. Low internal latencies, big cache did a job. This was also good site with benchmarks. But unfortunately they stoped on Intel 10gen and Ryzen 3000 http://www.scanproaudio.info/
  19. It's simply that the important numbers for what we do never seem to get published. Take a look at https://www.soundonsound.com/techniques/pc-benchmark-tests https://www.facebook.com/dawbench
  20. Hi Bob. Could you expand your thought?
  21. If 16GB is enough for you it ok. Memory amout does not speed up your CPU perfomance. But you reach maximum of phisical memory, then system eill get hiccups. So you need to know how much memory you are able to use. In my case 32 GB is ok, because I use VSTi sample libraries. If only mix, 16 GB should be enough. 64 GB is too much - you will not use it probably.
  22. DSP is all math. The only meaningful specification for DAW performance is the number of floating-point calculations per second available in real time. Core count and processor speed are not meaningful other than for rendering/bounce speed. Hopefully at some point people will start testing and publishing DSP calculation speed rather than rendering/bounce speed.
  23. I have 16Go ram currently, I see you have 32Go, is it something limitant ? as you seen in the last screenshot I shared, I curiously only use 32% of my 16Go RAM, is it also something misleading and limitant or not ? Should I upgrade 32Go, or if I build a new pc should I go for 64 or it is useless besides like big reverbs with loads of use of memory needed ?
  24. Nothing special. All mother boards work similar, with all Ryzen 3000 and 5000 series. For 5900X You should look at motherboard with X570 chipset, DDR4-3600 Mhz, and the rest is up to you (USB, port, wifi, slots, m2 amount etc). I'm sure you'll find your best MB. Note that AMD CPUs have no iGPU, so if you don't have GPU card you need to buy something. Generally yes. Better single core always means less less susceptibility for bottleneck, as you experienced. Performance headroom is bigger. Multicore give you more possibilities to scale your project on more threads. So it's also good to have as many core as possible. 10 - 12 fast cores from my observation is the best solution. I can work with 128 buffer with no glitches almost all the time with VSTi.
  25. single core means in our case that for each track more plugin power, despite the multi-core performance which is the summation of all calculations ? Also what motherboard would you advice to go with this 5900X ? I need many pci express for uad dsp boards, I have 1 but plan to add another 1 maybe 2 more in long term, and my RME fireface needs also pcie-firewire interface. What is important to look in motherboard for audio ? bus speed...etc ? I dunno
  26. Nope. Single core performance is very important. 10900K has no the same performance. Is significantly slower than 5900X. https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/search?q=10900K https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/search?utf8=✓&q=5900X
  27. The first moderate commentary I saw about this cpu ryzen 9 5900X is that there is this i9 that costs 30% and has same perfs, is there something specific about cpus for audio and dsp in particular or not ? Core i9-10900K
  28. This is when I put a lot of Ozones on master track. First core overloaded. But still my CPU can handle that. AMD Ryzen 5900X, which is around 50% faster than yours in single core. Your CPU should handle your project easy. You need just optimize it.
  29. You can divide your master chain into several sub groups (BUS). Not AUX - you don't need parallel processing, but serial. So you can route all you tracks to first BUS, put there some plugins, from this BUS to second BUS etc. That divides your chain into threads. That amount of Ozone plugins for sure would kill my DSP when I would put them on master track.
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