Large plug-in libraries on separate drive?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Danalog, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Danalog

    Danalog Guest

    Hello one and all!
    Glad to be a new member. This site looks great!
    I just have a little plug-in performance question:

    Is it better to have all large plug-in libraries and plug-ins that use "DSP" (direct from disk streaming) on a separate
    drive from the programs drive.
    e,g programs(Logic 5.5 and plug-ins etc) on 'c' drive.
    All audio and libraries on 'd' drive?

    Windows xp
    AMD Athlon 2200
    512 GB ram
    Audigy 2 zs (anybody know of any good drivers for these? Tried Kx)

    Logic 5.5

    Sound craft 24 ch
    Akia MPC 2000xl
    Nord leed 2
    EMU 64ultra
    Roland SVC-350 Vocoder

    Any help is much appreciated :)


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