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Plug-ins

About plug-ins
Plug-ins can be used by inserting them into a channel, or via send or return.
The RIVAGE PM10 system provides 45 types of plug-in, including the Rupert EQ 773 and Rupert
Comp 754 designed in a collaboration with Rupert Neve Designs, and the VSS4HD and NonLin 2
made by TC Electronic.
The maximum number of plug-ins that can be mounted depends on the type of plug-in.
About plug-in resources
NOTE
Since the mounted state of the plug-ins is shared by all scenes, increasing or decreasing the scene
data will change the number of vacant slots. Since channel inserts also use the same resources, the
number of vacant slots will likewise change when you insert a plug-in into a channel.
Plug-in resources can be viewed in the upper right of the RACK MOUNT popup window
1
Number of slots currently in use
2
(Max mountable size: XX)
The maximum number of slots in which plug-ins can be mounted.
NOTE
Depending on the mounted state, the Max mountable size: XX may be less than the remaining
number of slots.
3
OPTIMIZE button
Press this button to optimize the mounted state of the plug-ins. In some cases, the number of
usable slots may increase after optimization.
1
2
3
157
The number of slots used by plug-ins is shown on the plug-in select button.
DSP resource management for plug-ins
384
DSP resources
for plug-ins
Plug-ins and GEQ/PEQ each feature their dedicated DSP resources. DSP resources are consumed
each time a plug-in is mounted or a GEQ/PEQ is inserted.
DSP resources usable by plug-ins are divided into 384 units, and the DSP resources that are usable
by GEQ/PEQ are divided into 48 units. For details on the DSP resources used by each plug-in or
GEQ/PEQ, refer to the data list.
CONTENTS
FUNCTION MAP
48
DSP resources
for GEQ/PEQ
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual
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