Hey Robin and Peder, thanks for your time!
I’m beatmaking so i need a resonably latency to perform the arrangements, not really mixing, just adding some processing to the instruments in order to get them get the timbre i want (and based on that i can decide what more sections to add). After that is ready i export stems to do the mixing part. I know that 96khz increases the charge on my system, but it need it to apply saturation plugins in order to avoid aliassing (i don’t have a distortion/saturation plugin with oversampling ).
My question is more related to wich part of my setup could be causing that DSP charge, because my CPU and RAM are not overloaded, also i have a Solid State Drive. Maybe could be that the software (or even the plugins) are not getting use of the multi cores and depending more on the frequency of an individual core on the CPU? I’m also asking this cause i have plans on upgrading to a desktop PC, but i need to know what the necessities of my hardware are in order to invest well my money.
I’ve also seen the video that Robin posted a couple of times since is one of the few materials available on youtube that takes on this subject. But i don’t understand what is the problem since CPU is not overloaded, and also is not waiting for the RAM either (or at least i am thinking that way beacause nor the RAM or CPU are overloaded).
I really get confused in terms of hardware for audio production (mainly midi instruments, because i don’t have problems in the mixing part due to just increasing the latency).
I hope you can understand me well since english is not my mother languaje.
Thank you again for your time.