(Attention! Translated with the help of google translator, possible errors in the text)
Hi dear Image Line)
You are probably already insanely tired of listening to these complaints that people in FL STUDIO have CPU overloaded.
We understand that you are tired. But the problem remains open.
(((Before writing this post, I learned how a DAW processor is used and what a buffer is.)))
Unfortunately, most musicians, producers and engineers often cannot afford to upgrade their processor for some reason.
Someone pays money for college tuition.
Someone sends their salary to their parents and so on.
There are many reasons.
We would just like to optimize for older processors that are weaker per core and of course for the XEON E5 series processors.
We understand that this is a very complex process and it will take a lot of time to optimize the code.
But we just want you to give it a try.
Try to make a separate branch where there will be test releases of fl studio, optimized for processors.
I'm sure a lot of people will like this and everyone will start helping you and testing builds diligently.
People want to work comfortably and load their processor without problems.
I and many other producers, musicians, engineers really hope for a positive response, and then a holiday should have happened on our street.
We really appreciate your efforts and are always ready to help with testing.
Love and respect, Aaron.
(If we didn't like Fl Studio, we wouldn't use it or buy it)
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