-TASCAM 16x08 Interface
-Laptop: Acer Aspire 3 a315 53 35 fq, 4GB RAM, dual core
I recently had a problem with cracks and pops in my audio during recording and playing back. What I did according do help from friends and forums :
-Used the TASCAM dsp mixer for monitoring instead of cubase to save processing power
New poster here, so be gentle - I think this is the right subforum.
I have 2 Yamaha HS7's hooked up to a Line 6 UX2 (don't laugh, I've had it for years, just about to upgrade to a Scarlett 2i2)
I was the one that started the thread "Are updates necessary?" Here's where I'm at now.
First I want to apologize, I'm horrible with terminology so I may have to over-explain something to get my point across. Sorry if this is frustrating for anyone trying to help. But I do thank you for your efforts.
So I recently ran into a serious issue while on a location shoot.
I've never had any signal issues with any of my mics before, but for some reason, I've been getting a strange, periodic popping sound on my ME66. I have it plugged into channel one of my TASCAM DR-680 and the other channels are usually taken up by my Sennheiser G3s.
I've been trying to set up my new Vokal KL-5 mic to record song on my computer, but i keep getting this popping noise on the background. I tried to filter it with Adobe Audition CC filters and with Realtek filters, but nothing worked. Do you guys have any idea how to fix it?
PS: Audio file included.Attached files
noise.zip (45.6 KB)
I acquired about a 5yr old laptop that I have fresh installed win7x86, removed all non-essential services and optimized the computer. I installed reaper and adobe audition on it.Issue: Using a Fast Track pro to record some guitar I got popping noises. Not standard crackling you get from latency but almost static like bursts of different loudness. Almost like a geiger counter but the bursts are more scratchy/noisy.In reaper the noise was showing on on the ouput level. The Fast track worked fine in other laptops(even much older ones). Recording does not record the pops.
it was always crackling and popping, then i went through presonus's optimization for windows 7 page and it seemed to fix the problem, except when i try using midi (my whole reason for buying the product... sigh..)
i thought it was just ableton, so i reinstalled, problem persists, then i tried it with samplitude... problem seemed ok, but now i realized its still crackling/ popping just isn't as noticeable.
Hi guys... I'm so stressed out from this problem. I keep thinking I've fixed this problem and then it comes back. I don't know what else to do and this is 3 weeks in the making now. If someone can help me with this, I will send you some money via paypal... If it can't be figured out over the forum board, then if someone in LA is a real specialist with this sort of thing, I can pay you to come out. I just don't know what else to do anymore...
Can somebody else with an akai sampler (s950) please tell me why I am getting popping and clicking sounds when I assign my bass sound to an individual output? I tried adjusting the key filters and other settings on the envelope but no luck. It's really holding back my progress. I thought it was my recorder but turns out its not. Thanks in advance for the input.