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Application Setup tips

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For a proper functioning of the applications, a few basic settings must be configured. Open the Setup of each application and go through the settings below (change and confirm with Modify).

Logging > Setup

Specify the location where the application can write log files. For example:
You can create a separate folder for each application, but applications can also write their logs in the same folder. Log files automatically get a unique name per application.

A retention period of 14 days is sufficient.

If Logging is desired: the Event types Errors, Warnings and Info are sufficient. For debugging you use Debug and Audisi network communication; normally you can leave it off.

Audio > Output devices

Default settings, with a smaller number of larger buffers, audio starts faster but audio meters respond slower. Buffer time is partly dependent on the used sampling rate of the audio device. General: try to get close to 200ms, lower is possible if the speed of the machine allows this.

Sample frequency: [No change]
Size of audio buffers: 6144 bytes = 1536 stereo samples (at 48k!)
Buffer count: 8
Level trim: preferably leave at 0.0 dB, positieve values (gain) use headroom and thereby increase the chance of distortion.

Audio > File cache (Blaster/Player)

E.g. C:\Audisi\ONE\Audio\Cache\

Audio > Item properties
> New items

Audio processing: [None / bypass] or the desired processing profile

Audio quality: preferably linear (PCM in .wav files)

Audio > Transit editor (Blaster / Browser / Planner)
> Voice inserts recorder

Audio processing: [None / bypass] or the desired processing profile

Audio quality: preferably linear quality (WAV 44.1 of 48 KHz)

Options > Customize
> Multi-processor setup

Spread Audisi applications amongst the available CPU’s of the machine.

> Temp files

Make sure every Audisi application create temp files in a separate folder. For example the GML-Blaster: C:\Audisi\ONE\Temp\GML-Blaster\

> Language

Select ‘EN’

Close the Setup.

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