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Question: What effect does using folders and effects on folders as well as the master track have on multicore performance in Reaper? Does it make the tracks below use a single thread?
Asked by Nick (159.153.90.x) on June 25 2019, 9:59pm
Reply on June 25 2019, 11:32pm:
    Folders do not force the children to run single-core, however if anticipative FX is not used (e.g. tracks are record armed, or it is disabled), then a single core still needs to be able to run the longest dependency chain in a row in realtime. To the extent that things are parallelizable, though, they will be parallelized.

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