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Click 'n Pop

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Terabyte, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. Terabyte

    Terabyte Guest

    Sounds like some kind of great feature! :shock: ...

    Really.. I'm trying to record some guitars on my PC with Cubase SX 3, through an M-Audio Solo FW interface... and i'm having problems with click/pop sounds in the recording process.

    Take a look at this sample LINK

    It's rather obvious on monitors, but you can still hear it on normal speakers. around these times: 0:08 and 0:38

    any help would be VERY much appreciated.
     
  2. overlookfran

    overlookfran Guest

    make sure everything is clocking right. i assume the FW interface is the master clock, and you arent using any other kind of pre or converter?
    otherwise, make sure your comp is optimised. no screen saver, highest performance settings, etc...
    and go from there. I know a suffering comp can introduce jitter to a track.
    make sure your FW cable is sound...
    rule out cables and the obvious.
     
  3. overlookfran

    overlookfran Guest

    make sure everything is clocking right. i assume the FW interface is the master clock, and you arent using any other kind of pre or converter?
    otherwise, make sure your comp is optimised. no screen saver, highest performance settings, etc...
    and go from there. I know a suffering comp can introduce jitter to a track.
    make sure your FW cable is sound...
    rule out cables and the obvious.
     
  4. Terabyte

    Terabyte Guest

    yes the FW interface is the master clock and there are no other pre's or converter's
    ad my pc is optimised..
    no screensaver..
    killed all my security software...
    no hardware acceleration..
    its a nice spec pc... 1.768gb ram 2.4ghz processor
    working on a seperate (still internal) hdd...
    fw cable is fine.. so are different connections...

    :(
    we've tried setting a higher Sample buffer size originally 256 i've tried the extreem 2000 and frozen to death... 512.. 384? and 1024... to no avail... sounds silly i even tried 128 and 64 but still not luck :(

    i've emailed the guys at M-Audio.. hopefully they will have somthing to say about it :)
    I never realised it was happening until i started using my friends monitors... shows up so much... even loading up old recordings and playing em back.. they sound awefull >.<
     

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