Hi, I'm considering upgrading from K10 to K10U. Those can be copied over from your old machine via the external hard drive. Also read about your equipment. I tried using fm7 on a small external harddrive but all 3 of my daws could not get it to run, or maybe It was the device I was using, but that was a while ago. The Tascam driver is a bit strange, but it works great, especially the bit-accurate driver, which has a better performance than Core Audio. Parity allows any one disk to fail and the data can be recreated 100% by the data on the other disks. Depending on the sampler or plugin, you can probably locate the samples wherever you want, even if they're not on the same hard drive.
Basically, it's the amount of data that needs to be streamed and so, the size of each sampled instrument you want to load that matters. Ideally, you would want to install all Kontakt libraries on the external, and keep all the Reaktor and Battery content on the internal. In Windows, you have always been able to install programs to any drive. You can install programs to whatever drive you want, it does not have to be your primary drive. When your installing things, make sure they go to the right place. I see, did not think of it that way I guess. One example is Absynth, which is completely on the internal disk.
I don't think any of this is true, to be honest. Hello everyone, So I just got a 2011 Macbook Pro, it has 8 gb of ram and a 250 gb ssd. If you have enough rep, you might try asking around in the , where open discussion on topics like this is both permitted and welcome. Windows allows you to install programs to whatever drive you like. As a result of this automatic scheduled and also panic-backup attributes, your precious data will be secure. This meant the system could achieve some parallel processing e. .
If a disk fails, I hope you had a backup. Then I want to have my most used vst's and samples on the main computer. It only applies to a full version of K10U, not the upgrade. For what your doing, its not a concern. Yes only for vst use. Hi all Quick question really, Google search isn't really helping.
The warranty on my Toshiba laptop already expired so I don't care about opening it up. I see, that thread bump sucked ass then:sleepzzz: But thankyou guys on the help, I think I will buy a usb 3. Everything seems much better though at this point. Would I have to install the plugins onto the internal and the libraries onto the external? Store old projects on your hdd. If you are playing external instruments and need to worry about latency then save those projects on the ssd. You can't just transfer the programs and games to that drive so you will need to uninstall them and then re-install them specifying that drive letter during the install. My motherboard is the How should i set this up ideally? Everything else that I dont use often such as some vst's and other heavy sample libraries to stay on the external harddrive.
Sorry on the mix up What I want to have on the new computer is my 3 main Daws which are Cubase, Ableton, and Flstudio. I will buy a internal harddrive when I transfer my kontakt and eastwest stuff to my other pc. No verbal abuse of any kind. Thanks guys Justin In princip you can install what you wan't on whatever drive you wan't. I will install my vsts for the ones that need installations to my main drive, I guess I will just install the ones I use if I will have issues keeping vst's on a external drive. First install K10U entirely on the external drive and then remove from the internal drive? I also use fl studio so in order to do that on a mac I have to bootcamp it, which requires me to split the hard drive.
That content is found in the following folder: Let me know if you have any questions! Bt for instance samples really benefit from a very fast drive. Also, don't forget to backup to either a network drive, or external drive. Edit: lost text in cut and paste; fixed 1. Should have gotten a faster drive, but besides that, it works fine. Not ideal for producing I know, full on bedroom ballin' on a budget at the moment. I'm considering buying the cheap knockoff batteries because to be quite honest, the genuine Toshiba battery sucks. Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, constructed in the majority of hard discs and solid state disks now features, transfer rates, and much more.
There will be no true performance increase. Key Features Of Hard Disk Sentinel 5. Have samples on a very fast drive. Just because you probably can, that doesn't mean you should. But spreading workload is often a good idea.
And there can be more or less difficulties when changing install path. Also id like the option of using reason rewired through cubase - trouble is my C drive is not large enough to install both reason and cubase. Exactly, I defiantly need to upgrade Pcwise. Windows 7 has a pretty decent main memory manager. This will make the parity disk wear out faster. There are long old discussions about this. You're not going to get much in the way of space savings, and you're not going to get a speed increase.