Hello

It's taking a long time to apply some of the filters / effects / plugins in my projects. I often use a second computer and let it process there while I continue to record or edit on my main system. Sometimes I turn the monitor off and leave it in progress overnight. I've done everything I can on the recording side to reduce the time it takes to run my chains, so at this point it's a hardware issue. I've been searching for performance tips, but the only useful page I found was from the Windows ME era. Anyway, what are the hardware performance bottlenecks for Audacity effects? I realize that there may be two to three different answers to that, depending on the type of effect.I use 64-bit Linux, so RAM is not much of a limiting factor. All modern CPUs are multi-core, but I don ' t know if Audacity and its effects systems and dependencies are multi-threaded. If they are not, then I guess I would need a CPU that does one-threaded performance really well. That could be hard to figure out, since manufacturers have not been focusing on single-threaded performance for a long time. Is it possible to use another hardware, such as a video card or good sound card, to offload some of the processing? I've already got a decent SSD, but if I bought 3 more and configured RAID 0 + 1 configuration, would that significantly improve performance? like a video card or good sound card to offload some of the processing? I've already got a decent SSD, but if I bought 3 more and configured RAID 0 + 1 configuration, would that significantly improve performance? like a video card or good sound card to offload some of the processing? I '

Please help

I did not find the right solution from the Internet.

References:
https://forum.audacityteam.org/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=94772
motion graphics quote

Thank you