VPS Avenger performance issues

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Tyblu
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Post 02 Jun 2022

Hi there,

I recently took advantage of PB's 50% discount on VPS Avenger. However, I'm having quite a few performance issues with it when I load it into Reason. I'm getting the occasional CPU spikes but mainly I'm suffering with pops, stutters, clicks etc.

This appears to be a host issue as I can load the synth into Ableton Live and it appears to work flawlessly in there. Comparing the same patch (for instance, PD Everest) plays beautifully in Live but in Reason I get the problems mentioned above. This is also the first VST synth I've had trouble with in Reason, I also own Diva, Serum and they work fine.

Has anyone experienced this before and know of a fix?

My specs are:-

Apple Mac mini (2020)
Processor: 3 GHz 6-Core Intel Core i5
Memory: 32GB 2667 MHz DDR4
Graphics: Intel UHD 630 1536MB
HD: 500GB Flash Storage
HP Elite Display E231
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Reason 11 Suite - 11.3.9d22
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Ableton Live - 11.0.5
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Would appreciate any help.

Thanks
Matt

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Loque
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Post 02 Jun 2022

You may try different Multicore and Multithreading settings in Reason and Avenger. Also try a different Buffersetting in Reason.
Reason12, Win10

MattLeschuck
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Post 02 Jun 2022

Try turning off multi core threading if you haven’t yet. With that checked on my 2018 Mac mini 3.2ghz 6 core w/ 32gb of ram, certain synths with just basic patches will cause crackling in Reason, even with higher buffer settings. Once off the problem goes away.

Tyblu
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Joined: 27 Jun 2020

Post 02 Jun 2022

MattLeschuck wrote:
02 Jun 2022
Try turning off multi core threading if you haven’t yet. With that checked on my 2018 Mac mini 3.2ghz 6 core w/ 32gb of ram, certain synths with just basic patches will cause crackling in Reason, even with higher buffer settings. Once off the problem goes away.
I think turning off the multi core threading has done the trick... Thanks so much for that :D

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