asked Feb 10 at 11:17 by tumulte (11)

edited Feb 11 at 13:40

Hi,

with every softube plugins I own (modular, heartbeat, amp room, tsar…), I experience spikes of CPU loap with sound interruption.

It doesn't seem to happend with any other plugins.

I've followed every tips from this : https://answers.bitwig.com/questions/9777/dsp-cpu-tips

My laptop is on "best performances"

I own an Asus Pro with a i7 8565u and 16gb of ram, a focusrite scarlett 2i2 2nd gen.

Is there anything I can do to use my beloved plugins ?

Thanks

I ran some tests, apparently there's something wrong between these plugins and bitwig.

Even the smallest softube plugins will introduce CPU spikes… when heavier plugins from other brands will run smoothly.

Also, softube plugins in other DAWs run fine as well

I hope the Bitwig team knows what's going on, and I hope the v3 will introduce performance improvement

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answered Feb 14 at 11:05 by tumulte (11)

Hi,

Same problem here. It seems related to the VST3 versions of the plugins. I've no problem with the VST2 Softube plugins.

Best,

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answered Feb 15 at 16:47 by OOP (21)

Thanks for your input :)

Sadly I tried both VST2 and 3 with both openGL on and off with no noticeable improvement.

Glad it worked for you tho.

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answered Feb 15 at 23:18 by tumulte (11)

Ho ok, I'm on OSX with a Vegas64, maybe related.. Anyway I also sent a message to the Bitwig support.

Best,

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answered 2 days ago by OOP (21)

I did and I wait for an answer :). So far they blame softube (and rightfully so because that’s the only brand that’s faulty) but Bitwig is also the only soft I have trouble with

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answered 2 days ago by tumulte (11)

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