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  • TheJeff666TheJeff666

    Resolution Timer V2.0: a turbo in your DAW

    Lucas Hale Timer Resolution v2.0Published on 07/03/12 at 15:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    this is an executable used to adjust the resolution of the clock windows, so no installation, use extremely simple, and no incompatibility ... I must add that this utility is used by developers in very sharp focus on quality ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

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    cubase 5

    So a good machine, highly optimized, well configured and stable (it has been 25 years since I'm doing ... computer…
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    this is an executable used to adjust the resolution of the clock windows, so no installation, use extremely simple, and no incompatibility ... I must add that this utility is used by developers in very sharp focus on quality ...

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Intel Core i7 960 Cooler Master V8 Ventirad
    12 GB DDR3-1333MHz PC3-10666 Kingston
    Your HD system disk 160 GB SSD
    Hard Drive 1TB SATA III data trs 7200 64MB Caviar Black
    Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R
    Power Cooler Master Real Power 600 Watts
    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
    sound card Focusrite Saffire PRO 24 DSP
    cubase 5

    So a good machine, highly optimized, well configured and stable (it has been 25 years since I'm doing ... computer music) and yet, occasionally, well there are cracks ... pfff ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    We all have problems "cracking" sound cards with our ... You should know that the windows clock is set at a default resolution of between 10 and 25 milliseconds ... if if if, an Atari 1024 or an Amiga, are always more accurate than a PC in 2012, it's crazy right? this default resolution will inevitably enter into conflict with your sound driver, you obviously set for a latency of less than 5 milliseconds. and hop popping and stalls ... GRRRRR!!

    TimerResolution with v2.0, you can change the default resolution of the clock windows to go up a half a millisecond resolution at max ... And presto, no more problems with the asio driver of the coup ... it is an executable leave it running in the background music during your session.

    since I started using this software, and done crunches ... Finally, if I can still have crackles if I open a convolution reverbs 28 on a proposed 73 tracks with each track on while recording a big band jazz ... but this is my thrashing machine, not my asio driver ... happiness

    as it is not a dedicated music software, I leave you also imagine the comfort under any form of application as real. 3D gaming is much more effective (and cheaper) than to change the graphics card is really impressive. while for the video and VJiing I guess it must be terrible.

    it cost 10 Australian dollars (8.15 €) and it gives me become indispensable.

    https://www.lucashale.com/timer-resolution/

    With a good machine too old, a dedicated hardware and software environment music, run in and stabilized (no hardware conflict, not open network, no internet and antivirus, drivers, system patches and optimized background and current ), and good computer skills, if you still crackles with this utility will require you to put the flute, triangle or if you have configuration problems with the flute ...
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