I’m using Dorico together with VSL VEPRO and MIR PRO. During playback, Dorico’s CPU usage goes to the stars. Here is my setup.
- Dorico with a single instrument staff. Two voices, with two separate VIs.
- VI for voice 1 is NotePerformer, VI for voice 2 is VEPRO.
- The NotePerformer mixer channel has Vienna Ensemble Pro Audio Input as an insert. NP’s own reverb is turned off.
- VEPRO hosts an AU instrument (conTimbre ePlayer, based on Max), and the Audio Input stereo channel coming from NotePerformer. Both are sent to the MIR PRO plugin, each one with its own separate icon.
On playback, Dorico takes a lot of CPU. Not so, apparently, the VST Audio Engine. I’m attaching the spindump taken while this was happening.
pt-Spindump-dorico-vepro-mirpro.zip (903 KB)