Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
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If I have a drum rack filled with simplers all warped at complex pro then I guess the CPU is going to be hit allot harder than tone or texture warping. I guess the answer is obvious but up until now I wasn't using warping in drum racks so even if a sample sounds better in complex pro you might pay a heavy price if you slice and then slice to drum rack. It has kind of an exponential effect.
A related question if I have pads in a drum rack that are not needed would I save CPU by deleting any unneeded pads.