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If a plug-in effect is bypassed, it doesn't affect my CPU?


HMayoral

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Hey guys, just out of deep curiosity and ignoring common sense... If an effect in the channel strip I'm working with is bypassed, it doesn't affect my CPU right? But theoretically, just for being there, bypassed, isn't it taking up just wee little bit of my processing power? Though it may be microscopic.
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Hey guys, just out of deep curiosity and ignoring common sense... If an effect in the channel strip I'm working with is bypassed, it doesn't affect my CPU right? But theoretically, just for being there, bypassed, isn't it taking up just wee little bit of my processing power? Though it may be microscopic.

 

At least it takes some memory. Maybe five CPU cycles to jump somewhere else but the plugin's address. Maybe some cycles of the graphic processors to render the grayed tag in the channel strip.

You really, realy won't notice it.

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