Cpu help

Galacticelastic
Galacticelastic Member Posts: 46 Member
edited March 14 in Kontakt

I got lores last night it's incredible.

Ok today I had about three or four audio tracks going and I put three midi lores on.

I'm using Ableton 12.1 3.4ghz

32 GB ram SSD drive 1.3 tb free.

I turned down reverb on lores tracks and frozen all three in Ableton 12

Got a long beach ball on Mac.

I'm newish to this.

Question:is there a way to arrange lores tracks to save CPU?

Any tips please

Many thanks for help

Really appreciate you guys helping me.

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  • Galacticelastic
    Galacticelastic Member Posts: 46 Member
    Answer ✓

    Solved all good

  • solsta
    solsta Member Posts: 93 Helper

    What was the fix? just in case somebody else is going through something like that

  • Galacticelastic
    Galacticelastic Member Posts: 46 Member
    edited March 14

    I'm new to a lot of this stuff.

    You can freeze tracks in Ableton or group tracks.

    Then do sends and returns.

    It was the reverb in all three patches I used in lores.

    The CPU when I turned them down and did the above it dropped dramatically.

    It's the reverb ,delays,and other effects that push it up.

    I went on YouTube and typed

    Sends returns and groups in Ableton.

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