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4.29 - Just Listening
4.29.1 - Disabling Display Processing
The (Spectrum) and (Waterfall) switches allow you to disable portions of the display. This is particularly useful for Mac architectures like macbooks and minis where the main system memory is shared with the GPU memory, as it reduces the amount of data flying around inside the program and lets the CPU get at its memory more easily. If you're just going to be listening, you can turn off one or both of these display switches if you like and make some additional CPU power available, or just let the computer run a little cooler.
4.29.2 - Disabling the Clock
4.29.3 - Disabling the Meters
4.29.4 - Disabling the Aux Scope
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