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RB3 & multi-core

Does anyone know how many cores RB3 runs on?

 

Also, is anyone using RB3 on OS X Yosemite? How does it perform?

Shªun_N

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RB runs on however many cores you have for the most part, i know I have an i5 processor and RB can analyze 4 tracks at a time, i7 8 tracks at a time I believe. 

when RB is just running normal though during a gig or to export it probably only uses 1

BriChi 0 votes
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I have 3.0.1 on yosemite, it runs like shit, I do not recommend it at all

BriChi 0 votes
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What are your impressions of 3.0.2, BriChi?  I've been on holiday and not had a chance to test it out

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3.0.2 is a great update, Fixed a lot of minor issues I saw so i love it, It still needs some improvement though all around which I am sure the engineers are working on.  I just hope they get it to run smooth on 10.10 soon, I really don't want to have to go back to 10.9

BriChi 0 votes
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BriChi,

 

What problems are you facing with Yosemite?

I'm soon to switch from PC to Mac so I'll have no choice.

Shªun_N 0 votes
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it si VERY laggy when doing anything like scrolling a playlist, searching, clicking, etc....

BriChi 0 votes
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not that I saw, I mainly play off a flash drive but here and there throughout  party i will search in the laptop and use the LINK, it loads and plays fine its just the navigation within the program thats horrendous  

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I'm actually installing 10.9 on a new partition just to use RB for now, when i use it live i will boot into 10.9 for now

BriChi 0 votes
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I see. Hopefully I won't run into any problems in that case. I would love Pioneer to release a new version though to fully support Yosemite.

Shªun_N 0 votes
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same here, its going to suck to have to jump between 2 partitions each time i need to use RB

BriChi 0 votes
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even with "Performance" enabled in the RB analyze settings? I thought i7 would do more then 4 normally

BriChi 0 votes
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from my friends laptop, quad core, 8 tracks analyze at a time

BriChi 0 votes
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As of rekordbox 3, there is multi-core optimized analysis! If you find that it's only doing one track at a time, go into Preferences > Analysis and change the Concurrent Process Mode to Performance. Have not updated yet to OS X Yosemite, but will report back on it and if issues are there will make sure they are noted for Japan.

Jay 0 votes
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Yup, as always BriChi is right. I will start to read the damn manuals...

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Would you guys know if RB has bpm value. Like Traktor and serato. When am analyzing my tracks I get wrong bpm

Steven V 0 votes
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Like when you analyze and a track in traktor or serato they give you a value from 70-100 and etc. I have salsa tracks and they give me like 154 bpm which that's not the value of the bpm should be like 77 or so

Steven V 0 votes
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Or is there any short cut to fix right bpm on RB 3? Thanks jay

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There are songs that will register a 1/2 bpm number because of the way the kick is (Hey Yeah is 160 but reads 80...etc) You could change it manually or know that it's half.  Have you tried using Dynamic mode when analyzing, this might work to adjust the number to it's whole postion and not half.

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