East West Symphonic Choirs Cracked

I have a Mac Pro 8 core - new! So it has just the initial 2 GIG Ram. I loaded up the Sopranos and then Female Multichoir for the Altos part. Nothing else was added - no instrumental parts. The sound of Symphonic Choirs is amazing. However when loading the third tenor part, the sound started cracklng and had pops. By the way I used Kerrigans method of virtual MIDI PORTS to get three parts happening in LOGIC.

I will also put in the Bass as well this way. I CANNOT WORK OUT WHY THERE WERE CRACKLES AND POPS. Also I checked the CPU load in LOGIC, and the Choirs were using only one core which going into the red. Mmmm what to do now. Is there a method of using the Choirs, 4 instances all standalone so that this problem does will not happen. Is it because I need more Ram THAT THE CRackling and popping has started.

I was also going to post a question about something similar (and will post seperately). I have Choirs running on two machines old and new. My old Athlon PC single core XP3 2gig is showing very heavy CPU load when running under Cubase 5. The VST perfomance is showing about one third 33% with one solo line of one multi no reverb. I wonder what is causing this with what seems to be basically sophisticated midi and samples.

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I still love the program though Seems a lot for a sampler. I wonder if this is connected to your issue? I have a Mac Pro 8 core - new! I CANNOT WORK OUT WHY THERE WERE CRACKLES AND POPS.

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I too am experiencing crackles and pops with, and only with, Symphonic Choirs PLAY edition. I have a Mac Pro 3.2Ghz 8 core machine with 10gigs RAM, and Symphonic Choirs is installed on a dedicated 1TB Western Digital 7200 rpm Caviar Black hard drive. I am using Logic Pro 8.0.2. I increased Logic's audio buffer to its maximum setting of 1024 and am still getting crackles and pops, a little less with this buffer setting, but still enough to be disenchanting. I have also tried to no avail each Audio Engine Level within PLAY's preferences. Impeccable and inspiring sounds, but with this machine and configuration I didn't expect to have these issues. Are there any solutions?

My System Specs: Mac Pro 3.2gHz 10GB's RAM 6TB's Hard Drive Mac OS X v10.5.6 Logic Pro 8.0.2 PLAY v1.2.0 SC v1.0.1. Hi there, I have a brand new Mac Pro 'entry level' 8-core (6GB Ram, 2.26Ghz) hopped-up with 2 standard 1.5TB seagate drives. I've got cracks and pops with a normal 4 play WB instances (6-7 notes at same time) and CPU overload because Logic do not distribute PLAY SC instances when they receive midi from WB. I've detailed my problems some days ago here: and I've submitted (is it correct? Not sure of my english, I apologize) a support ticket with same contents: got 2 answers but with no solutions. We all cannot understand why a simple different midi routing can affect core allocation within Logic. In last reply they told me that with WB integration in PLAY the problem could be solved, asking to be patient.


So I had to find a workaround. And here it is: Give it a try: it sounds (and it is) a bit tricky but it works perfectly. The point is to keep PLAY (SC) instances outside logic and do with audio the same routing you do with midi (well, ok, more or less).

Adobe photoshop 2014 download. I had some hard time figuring out how to use jackosx and making Logic accepting audio from it, because my hardware setup is different from the one of the author of the thread (I have only Mac Pro built-in standard audio system) Try it and if you are still stuck I will try to detail the hard parts tomorrow. But believe me it works!