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Of course. I figure that the Eclipse dual effect architecture splits the computing resources of a single DSP processor into three parts. Two equal parts for audio processing (the algorithms) and the third part for routing and other processing. In comparison the H7600 uses the entire capacity of the DSP chip for audio processing. This allows one to create algorithms that are much more complex than the Eclipse 1) because you have the entire DSP processor for the effect 2) because you don't need to be confined by a particular preset algorithm and 3) the routing and additional processing is not as intensive (or is offloaded to another component).
That being said, if you were to create algorithms with vsig for the 7600 based on the models on the Eclipse (like complex TimeFactor or ModFactor algorithms), how many of these could you fit in one algorithm on the 7600?