I realise that there may be an infinite number of possible causes but any pointers would be appreciated. I really appreciate, that Lazlo will start to try reproducing this issue in order to find the Problem. During playback and mixdown I'm hearing a kind of Sparkling and khir khir sound. If a cable connection is loose, this could cause some sound problems. I founded my Reaper's playback is not rather smooth.
I have the same issue running windows 8. Gonna check this next now. The strange thing is that I'm not getting it from my Mic input on my Scarlett. Do you use asio4all or asiofull duplex? And they really did a good job! Member Since: Feb 20, 2008 Mar 05, 2008 05:36 am Thanks Walt so what do you suggest going for the high capacity ram. It usually last only a moment or two and then will be fine but it usually does it atleast 6 or 7 times a session. If so, that should be changed by the devs. What is the firmware version on your card? Windows 10 automatically attempts to keep your drivers up to date, but even then it may not always offer the latest sound drivers.
There may be no option to disable enhancements at all. I was able to resolve the problem by switching out the cord i use to connect my interface to my laptop. Yves It could be really the disc reading problem, but how could I solve it? Any other type of real-time software should be disabled. This is the part of Windows that handles hardware drivers. If the noise is still there its probably got to do with your system being very low on diskspace, low ram, low speed, shitty corrupt files messing with other shit? It also rules out the output converters and the output gain.
Does the song lag while you play it? But, if you do hear a problem, the tool might indicate a hardware driver at fault. So now I am interested in Trillion. I reckon it could be something like a lifted ground on one side, or something odd like that. And under Performance Options, Advanced tab, adjust for best performance of 'Background Services'. I recommend this for sure. Your fix is great too, basicly taking out some background tasks therefor using less system resources. Imagine this, you're a pro user switching from Cubase to Live, you install it and it shows you a wizard to set up the samplerate and buffer size.
I don't think anything is clipping, I tried to lower the volume of Dexed but when I play back the stuff I recorded the click is there, no matter how much low the volume is. I created the new user and then it work. You saved me from throwing myself off of the nearest overpass! Let me know and we'll narrow it down! Find the different ports and try plugging your speakers into the different ones and see if the issue goes away. First ensure that you're not overloading the signal at any stage going into the recording software. Try not to post about non-Ableton stuff.
How many instruments are you loading and do the instruments take a lot of ram? But first check the drive buffer setting, that might fix it. It will help you figure out what is causing the latency, such as a network adapter. I'm Also having a same problem. I had a few progs other than recording apps, but not too much in the background. I tried buying a new aux cord converter in case the connection to my headphones was weak, but the problem persisted.
Firmware version on the uTrackx-32 and the firmware version on the Behringer console 2. I tried recording at my friends house with the same interface and microphone, but with the different mic cables I tried out and although the recording was brief I seemed to have to no trouble with a crackle although I want to repeat this test again because I cannot change where I live to accommodate my recordings and I'm really hoping that my living accommodations are not the issue. The playback of my song crackling! Not a single problem with it running. It would be a better user experience if you just install Live, open it and nothing is getting in your way. Compatibility mode runs the program using settings from a previous version of Windows. It should be your Sound Card.
Let us try the following steps, and check if it helps. My project is 48k and most of the samples are 44. However - the entire code contained in the exe files is pasted above. Another possible reason for crackling could be the audio buffer of your soundcard. Let me know if you solve the problem.