Wow… That’s NOT how I intuitively interpret it. Usually, the bottom of the scale means it uses “less” and pegging near the top means “almost full”…!!!
Ok… So then this brings up a couple more questions… In this current example, The ONLY module I had for this illustration was what you see There are no other modules in this. I wanted to see if just this ONE module by itself made any difference. If I add other modules… (let’s say for example I just create a “new” set with the default QWERTY keyboard driven patch: Fundamental OSC, ADSR, 4 part Mixer etc… ) All of the other modules will show a tiny fraction… like 1% or 2% and typically something like “.2us " or .5us” (note that’s with a decimal in the FRONT of the value!) .
So in these Other modules … if it says say 2% … are you saying that that in all the other modules are using 98% of the CPU? OUCH! That can’t be good either!!!
My worry at the moment is that there is some incompatibility, Particularly with VCV rack and My ASIO interface… which is a Firewire interface. I’m wondering if something is not working correctly with the 11394 Texas Instruments driver in the latest update of Windows 10. I used to be able to open a fairly large Rack configuration with 20 or more modules , with a reasonable low latency buffer size at 48 khz. Now, The lowest sample rate and highest Buffersize doesn’t seem to make any difference on performance.