Live Versions: 8-10; Operating System: All; Excessive CPU load in Live can lead to dropouts, crackles or glitches in the audio and/or a sluggish response in Live. Follow these tips to help reduce the CPU load as much as possible. Note: The CPU meter in Live displays the amount of the CPU currently processing audio, rather than the overall CPU ...
· The funny thing is: I load a set in live 9 and its peakin at about 10-20% CPU-Usage. Same set in Live10 is over 100% all the time. If I start a set with 4 tracks of midi-instruments just playin one note on some built-in synthesizer (with no effects on top), its already up to 90%.
New in Live 10.1: Live’s database will keep working even if a second Live instance is running. New in Live 10.0: Introduced the Collections and Colors feature in Live’s browser. It is now possible to install and update Packs from within the Browser. When previewing samples in the browser, one-shot samples preview un-quantized.
· In Ableton Live 10, some handy options are onboard to help resolve this issue. Liam O’Mullane demonstrates Freezing and Flattening in our new Ableton Live Tutorial video, which can quickly free up CPU by changing the nature of your tracks.
Multi-core CPU handling FAQ. Live Versions: 9 - 10 Operating System: All What is a multi-core CPU and what advantage does it have? A multi-core CPU is a computer processor which has two or more sections. Each section of the chip executes instructions as if it was a separate computer.
Live‘s Freeze Track command can greatly help in managing the CPU load incurred by devices and clip settings. When you select a track and execute the Freeze Track command, Live will create a sample file for each Session clip in the track, plus one for the Arrangement.
· CPUs in 2019 for Ableton Live 10 - i7 9700k or Ryzen 7 2700x? Hey everyone! I was wondering if any of you guys have experience or input on these processors with Ableton Live 10?
· After updating to version 9.5, I started experiencing this annoying glitching/lagging and have been trying to fix it for quite a while... Following these 3 s...
Entirely Random CPU Spikes in Live 10 I opened Live 10 today to work on a few projects and the CPU will randomly spike to 150%+, making my tracks impossible to use. Just yesterday I was working on the same projects with the same exact settings and nothing was wrong.
Yesterday evening I return to my macbook. I switch everything on. Open Live 10 Beta (which has been pretty solid regardless of the rare crash that had taken place). It asks if I want to recover my set; I said no. Live opens but the CPU is hitting 135% when only having Repro 5 loaded. Playing more than one key and the audio collapses.
When I can't handle events, I let them handle themselves.