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Universal Benchmarks :.
 
DAWbench DSP Universal -2014 :.

4 x Stereo Tracks of Audio Content

1 x Stereo Track - Sine Monitor

40 x Stereo Tracks of Sine Waves

320 x Insert Plugins - 8 per Sine Wave track inactive - to be turned on one at a time until session is overloaded.

Plugins used:

ReaFX ReaXComp (Freeware)
WaveArts MD5 ( 30 Day Trial )
Softube TLA-100A (14 Day Trial)
Softube Classic Channel (14 Day Trial) Waves Kramer Tape (14 Day Trial)

Cubase, Protools, Reaper, Studio One
Download »: 16.60 MB

96K Version - Cubase Only
Download »: 33.30 MB


 

This Benchmark is a combination of Low Latency, High Track Count, and Extreme DSP Loadings. Heavily dependant on CPU, Memory and Audio Interface Driver Efficiency

Native sessions for Cubase, Protools, Reaper and StudioOne.

The test session can be easily configured in any DAW application.

Results and Discussion Here»

  dawbenchdsp

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DAWbench VI Universal -2014 :.

17 x Stereo Tracks of Audio

16 x Midi Tracks - Musical Content.

80 x Midi Tracks - Polyphony.

6 x Kontakt 5 - All instances with 16 multitimbral parts. 5 x instances with polyphonic parts inactive, to be enabled during playback.

Each part adding 20 notes of sustained polyphony until session is overloaded.

Cubase, Protools, Reaper, Studio One
Download »: 27.0 MB

96K Version - Cubase Only
Download »: 19.70 MB


 

This Benchmark focuses on Virtual Instrument / Sampler performance based on a similar methodology of the DAWbench DSP Universal test.

The initial template is progressively loaded with added VSTi/Sampler elements until the session is overloaded.

Native Sessions for Cubase, Protools, Reaper and Studio One.

 

Results and Discussion Here»

  dawbench-vi
DAWbench DSP Universal -2012 - R3 :.

4 x Stereo Tracks of Audio Content

1 x Stereo Track - Sine Monitor

40 x Stereo Tracks of Sine Waves

320 x Insert Plugins - 8 per Sine Wave track inactive - to be turned on one at a time until session is overloaded.

Plugins used:

ReaFX ReaXComp (Freeware) WaveArts MD5 ( 30 Day Trial )
URS Channel Strip Pro (14 Day Trial)
Elysia mPressor (14 Day Trial)
Softube TLA-100A (14 Day Trial)
Softube Classic Channel (14 Day Trial) Waves Kramer Tape (14 Day Trial)

Cubase, Reaper, Sonar, Studio One Version
Download »: 16.03 MB

Protools Version
Download »: 18.35 MB



 

This Benchmark is a combination of Low Latency, High Track Count, and Extreme DSP Loadings. Heavily dependant on CPU, Memory and Audio Interface Driver Efficiency

Native sessions for Cubase, Protools, Reaper Sonar and StudioOne.

The test session can be easily configured in any DAW application.

Results and Discussion Here»

 
dawbenchdsp

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DAWbench VI Universal -2012-R2 :.

17 x Stereo Tracks of Audio

16 x Midi Tracks - Musical Content.

80 x Midi Tracks - Polyphony.

6 x Kontakt 4 - All instances with 16 multitimbral parts. 5 x instances with polyphonic parts inactive, to be enabled during playback.

Each part adding 20 notes of sustained polyphony until session is overloaded.

Cubase, Reaper, Sonar, Studio One Version
Download »: 32.95 MB

Protools Version
Download »: 10.90 MB

 

 

This Benchmark focuses on Virtual Instrument / Sampler performance based on a similar methodology of the DAWbench DSP Universal test.

The initial template is progressively loaded with added VSTi/Sampler elements until the session is overloaded.

Native Sessions for Cubase, Protools, Reaper, Sonar and Studio One.

 

Results and Discussion Here»

 
dawbench-vi

         
Cubase / Nuendo Benchmarks :.
         

Blofelds DSP 40 :.

       

15 x Stereo Tracks of Audio Content

25 x Stereo Tracks of Sine Waves

40 x 4 band EQ's :

40 x VST Dynamics:

1 x Multiband Dynamics :

120 x Magneto's - 3 per track inactive - to be turned on during playback - one at a time until session is overloaded :.

Download » : 6.17 MB

 

Test Session was created using elements of the original Blofelds Return Demo.

This Benchmark is a combination of Low Latency, High Track Count, and Extreme DSP Loadings. Heavily dependant on CPU, Memory and ASIO Efficiency

Native Version for SX3 / N3

Detailed Instructions and Results:

Here»

 

 
Blofelds DSP MK II :.        

15 x Stereo Tracks of Audio Content

40 x Stereo Tracks of Sine Waves

15 x 4 band EQ's

15 x VST Dynamics

200 x Multiband Compressors - 5 per Sine Wave track inactive - to be turned on one at a time until session is overloaded

Download » : 6.76 MB

 

Test Session was created using elements of the original Blofelds Return Demo.

This Benchmark is a combination of Low Latency, High Track Count, and Extreme DSP Loadings. Heavily dependant on CPU, Memory and ASIO Efficiency

Native Versions for SX3/N3 , C4.0, N4.1 - X86 and X64 :

Results and Discussion Here»

 
         
L - FACTOR II :.        

16 x Stereo Tracks of Audio :

16 x 4 band EQ's :

16 x VST Dynamics:

1 x Multiband Dynamics :

16 x Midi Tracks assigned to individual VSTi's.

48 x A1's - Inactive - to be turned on during playback - one at a time until session is overloaded :.

Download » :2.09 MB

 

Benchmark focusing on VSTi performance based on a similar methodology of the Blofelds Test Session.

The initial template is progressively loaded with added VSTi's elements until the session is overloaded.

Results and Discussion Here»

 
         
Sonar Benchmarks :.        
         
SONARbench DSP R2:.        

5 x Stereo Tracks of Audio :

7 x Mono Tracks of Audio :

32 x Stereo Tracks- Sine Waves :

12 x 4 band EQ's :

10 x Sonitus Compressors:

1 x Sonitus Multiband Compressor:

160 x Multiband Compressors- 5 per track inactive - to be turned on during playback - one at a time until session is overloaded :.

Download » : 0.54 MB

The original R1 of the test session using the 32 Bit Vintage Channel VC-64 is available Here »

 

Test Session was created using elements of the original Back And Forth Demo.

This Benchmark is a combination of Low Latency, High Track Count, and Extreme DSP Loadings. Heavily dependant on CPU, Memory and Driver Efficiency

Results and Discussion Here»

or

The Sonar Forum Here»

 
         

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