dougc wrote:I have found that using the 32bit instead of 64 in Mixcraft 7 Pro
makes a huge difference. I was using bout 65 to 75% usage on
my CPU and system with the 64bit. Using 32bit I can have a ton
of effects going on 6 tracks and on my master with only
pushing about 35% usage. I have 5gig of ram on my PC.
mjmclane wrote:Microsoft reports that Win 10 Creators Update has a "gaming mode" that optimizes the computer so that systems resources are focused on the gaming app and minimizes superfluous background activities. Will this have any positives for Mixcraft?
MXCRFT864 wrote:Another major improvement to using any DAW is to use at least a second hard drive (internal or external) for recording audio and storing your projects. And using yet another drive to store your loops/samples is good too if you have a large sample library.
Otherwise, you're slowing things down by making one hard drive run the OS, DAW, access plugins, stream audio (read) and record audio (write) at the same time. It takes more time with all that back and forth to different sectors on the same disc.
Ian Craig wrote:Thanks Gypsy101 and JsinOwl for providing the links. I've finally got Mixcraft 8 working properly after months of endless crashes and support isssues. Cheers
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