Old 01-11-2019, 08:14 AM   #1
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I have a project with no fx at all, just some vo recordings..about 150 tracks. And regular operations like clicking on an empty area in the arrange view takes like half a second for the cursor to get in place. Also hiting play...everything is super laggy.

Happened before in other sessions but now i realized it has nothing to see with resources. If i look at the task manager the Reaper process is taking about 5% CPU and 250MBs of memory.

I am runnig the following defer scripts at startup:

Lokasenna Track selection follows item selection
mpl_InteractiveToolbar
BFO&LKC Folder items


Windows10, latest Reaper version.

Any idea?

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Old 01-11-2019, 08:28 AM   #2
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Simple test - does it still happen without those initial scripts? Best rule them out first before you try to track down the problem (with help from here of course).

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Old Yesterday, 05:33 PM   #3
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Default Similar issue 5 second lag

I discovered my issue was with the FX chain. I had VST RX7 De-click loaded twice which was causing a 3 second lag between starting/stopping play. Although I was using the second occurence of the plug-in with different settings, when I removed it the problem was reduced by half. It appears VST RX7 De-clip is creating the other 2 second lag, but it's tolerable.

Anyone know if there is an inherent issue with the latest VST RX plug-ins, or if this is a normal occurrence?

Windows 10 current updates 1803
Reaper 5.965 x64
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FX:
RX7 De-clip
ReaEQ
RX7 Voice De-noise
Waves Sibilance mono x86
RX7 De-click
ReaComp
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Old Yesterday, 06:36 PM   #4
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Anyone know if there is an inherent issue with the latest VST RX plug-ins, or if this is a normal occurrence?
No idea about RX7 specifically, but sounds like maybe it's looking ahead or something. Have you checked if there is any PDC being added?
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rx plugins have huge PDC requirement.

"Waves Sibilance mono x86"

surely you can run that native
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rx plugins have huge PDC requirement.
-> https://www.izotope.com/en/products/...-de-noise.html they claim no latency:

"Improving on the earlier Dialogue De-noise, the zero-latency Voice De-noise is the most powerful denoiser ..."

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-> https://www.izotope.com/en/products/...-de-noise.html they claim no latency:

"Improving on the earlier Dialogue De-noise, the zero-latency Voice De-noise is the most powerful denoiser ..."

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sure if you cherry pick one out of the 8 or 9 plugins in the bundle you can find some with latency and some without.

Declip and DeClick have a ton.

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