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Firepod question?

I have had this firepod for about 1 year now and now I have two problems with it.

Problem one is that the speakers stopped working one day (something with the Cubase settings messed this up) and now I do not know how to put them on again. Even the headphone jack won't let me listen to the songs anymore. I know the speakers work I tested them out on the radio.

Problem two is that I get all of these cracks and pops whenever I record and I have not found any solution and it sucks because when I try to put out a CD I will hear all these popping and cracking noises because I can't fix it.

I need help!

Comments

TheJackAttack Tue, 06/23/2009 - 13:12
If you have two internal drives then it isn't necessary. If you have one internal drive then what happens is the DAW and operating system are reading from the hard drive while the DAW is simultaneously trying to write to the hard drive. It physically can't happen at the same time which is one of the reasons why there are buffers.

Streamlined systems ALWAYS have secondary audio drives whether internal or external.
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