Facebook Twitter Previous post Finally Rebuilt the Site! Next post Vienna Ensemble Pro & Cubase Template Setup – Part 2 One thought on “Vienna Ensemble Pro & Cubase Template Setup – Part 1” John McBride August 28, 2019 at 7:39 pm Hi Cory, Thanks very much for the detailed tutorials on how to set up Cubase and Vepro with a main machine and server. I have a query re my intended set up, on which ( I hope ) you might air an opinion… I purchased an HP ProLiant DL360 Gen 7 server with 2 Xeon 5675 ( 6 core ) running at 3.06 Ghz and 128 GB DDR3. I intend to use this as my slave machine. However, I wish to use my HP XW 8400 with 2 Xeon 5355 ( Quad core ) running at 2.66 Ghz and 32 GB DDR2 as my main machine (running Win 10 Pro). Do you think that this would be a half decent combination or would I, in your opinion, need to upgrade the master machine? My ultimate aim is to be able to produce a significant number of audio tracks as well as virtual instruments via midi using Cubase 10, a plethora of hardware synths and samplers as well as mics for tracking. At present, I’m running Cubase 10 on an old Compaq dx 2400 Core Duo with 8 GB ram and the HP XW 8400 as a slave, but find that the audio track count is quite paltry and I can only get away with using about 7 or 8 VI’s before glitching. Any thoughts you have would be well appreciated. Thanks for your time. John McBride Glasgow Scotland Reply Leave a Reply to John McBride Cancel ReplyName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.