I hope this is the right place to ask this question..
so I got a new Motu M2 Interface about a month ago. Since then there are periodic buzzing sounds coming from the Headphone Amps at "random" times. Sometimes it runs 3 hours without a Problem and sometimes the buzzing happens twice in 5 minutes. Turning the Interface off and on again "fixes" the buzzing temporarily.
Hi Chris :)
Some time ago, we discussed the various Windows 10 platforms...
At that time, you were using W10 Pro ( is that right?) And Samp Pro X.
I wanted to check with you to see if you were still satisfied with that version, and if there were any particular things you like about it in relation to audio production?
I guess I'm asking, does W10 Pro make a noticeable difference over W10 Home edition, in terms of efficiency and productivity for audio?
What would be the main difference(s) between Home and Pro for what we do?
Since this most recent W10 update ("Fall Creator's Update) my machine is really unstable with DAW production.
1. Is there a way I can roll back this latest update? OR
2. Is there a way I can just dump W10 ( which honestly I've never really cared for) and roll back to my previous W8.1 OS?
There just seems to be such a huge amount of Bloat with W10; features I'll never use, but that unfortunately still take up valuable resources...
Guys, can you explain to me the benefits ( audio production-wise ) of moving up to W10 Pro Edition, as opposed to the Home Edition I have now?
Marco - I followed that very useful link you posted sometime back, that had a great walk-thru of the steps to take to optimize my PC for audio production...
Chris, you mentioned switching to W10 Pro fairly early on after switching up to W10 from W8 ( or was it 7?)
Did it make a noticeable difference in your operations?
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the guitarist/sound guy in my band recently bought a Midas F32 console, and is having trouble connecting it to Pro Tools via firewire.
his laptop is running 64bit Windows 10, and he's connecting via 6 to 6 pin firewire cable. the Midas Firewire Control Panel program will pick up the console intermittently but then lose it again, which leads me to assume that this is not a software problem, but that's just a guess.
if anybody has solved a similar problem, or needs more information to try to solve this one, all relevant replies appreciated!
Apollo Thunderbolt Windows Compatibility
UAD Thunderbolt Compatibility with Windows 10 Systems
- The latest UAD software is compatible with Windows 10 64-bit edition (version 1607 or higher) and all Thunderbolt-equipped Apollo and UAD-2 products (Apollo X series, Apollo 8, Apollo 8p, Apollo 16 MkII, Apollo Twin, Apollo Twin MkII, Apollo Solo, Arrow, UAD-2 Sat
I posted up as I see people are concerned about the lack of drivers for the PCI424 card and windows 10
Anyhow that's my experience
As of Oct 2015, Windows 10 Home version is not ideal for Pro Audio but this is also based on my needs to be off the grid as I have a studio in a remote area that is not capable of high speed internet access.
See the various versions: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_10_editions
Windows 10 Home is a total PITA, always updating your system regardless of what apps and personal settings you "try" to disable.