GPU Audio – a DSP platform that lets you use standard GPU processors for high-performance audio production – let us know that they have updated their Early Access FIR Convolver, adding AMD GPU support.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
“Designed in conjunction with AMD themselves, GPU Audio have realized this collaboration through coordinated exchanges of prepared code created specifically for implementation and optimization on their platform.
This technical milestone has been achieved through hours of goal-oriented collaboration, diagnostic testing, and cross platform checks, with the GPU Audio team adapting their code to embrace the variance in AMD graphics cards. Their journey continues with preparations under way to support Apple systems very soon, expedited by another close affiliation with the company themselves.
With support for a range of AMD graphics cards now on offer and an official partnership with NVIDIA supporting all 10 Series and upwards graphic cards – they’re bringing GPU audio processing to millions of people, on tuned hardware which has up until now been unutilised in music production and audio DSP.
Further updates to the early access plugin have been made alongside this, including superior support for sample rates/buffer configurations, OBS compatibility, faster rendering and more. “
GPU Audio is introducing this platform as an ‘Early Access Release’. A Beta Suite of plugins is nearing completion and they say it will be released in the coming weeks.
You can get more information and download Early Access FIR Convolver at the GPU Audio site.