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Re: Eventide Orville questions

I am considering buying an Orville so I down loaded the manual and have 
studied it more than a little....this is what I conclude...

Yes, each DSP can be considered as a 4-in, 4-out processor, and can run 
several algorithms, eventually limited by processor and memory capacity.

For single processor power, I would refer to the Eventide web site and the 
list of DSP7000 presets, which is their gear with one processor. That is a 
clue as to what one processor can do.

I'm in the hard work of learning how things work in Orville and other
multipourpose DSP machines to get one of them.

I know the Orville has 2 independent DSPs which can run both factory
programs and user programmed ones.

What I'd like to know is if once you are using one DSP for processing
let's say a compressor, can you make the same DSP do another task
simultaneously?? or you have to make a custom program based in the
compression you want, chaining it to another effect (e.g. reverb).

How powerfull are these DSPs?

I heard Orville kicks Kyma (in flexibility and DSP power). is this true,
having in mind that Symbolic Sound's Kyma is expandable up to 28 DSPs?

Thanks in advance.