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Remoting Plugin Chains without the User knowing it

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asked May 23, 2016 in Studio One Feature Requests by MarkyGoldstein (6,560 points)
Send plugin chains to other (virtual studio) machines in the network.

Why plugin chains? Because it's worth the I/O traffic for an entire chain.

And while CPU's hit the physical heat limit, their I/O architecture is expanding now that we have Thunderbolt 3 arriving soon. Rethink the architecture within the studio.

"Untouched chains" can be sent away ahead of time and be pre-rendered (as audio files and / or secondary or tertiary buffer sized). Engineers will understand the idea.

Though it needs to be a transparent process, the user should not realize what is happening in the background. But, not everything needs to be realtime.

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answered Aug 7, 2016 by AlexTinsley (764,470 points)

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