I'm getting random audio drop outs and Nuendo will randomly stop recording.
Sometimes I get the "too many tracks" dialogue when this happens, sometimes I don't.
I can be recording 1 track or 16, doesn't matter.
The Audio just suddenly stops playing but the timeline keeps rolling on.
Happened on a new project that only had 3 tracks total!!!
This is with a relatively new eSata 1TB Glyph Drive.
Checked the drive for errors, none. Defragged even though it didn't need it.
Ran Anti Virus but I'm clean.
Re-ran the Windows Experience Index
and my Score hasn't changed since I built the machine.
This just started happening out of nowhere a few days ago.
If I move the project to my C system drive it works perfectly. No drop outs at all.
Tested my C Drive for 2 hours late last night as I have a session today and will be using the system drive. No Choice really.
Now the fun part....
Other DAWs do not exhibit this behavior on the same drive with the same files.
Ran a session for an hour and not a single hiccup in Reaper.
Nuendo 6 on the same setup, same drive, will hiccup randomly within 10 minutes.
I can't trust this software anymore at all.
Since the release of Nuendo 6, I been having audio weirdness, but it never dropped out of record before. The single most important thing a DAW does (Capture Audio) can't even be counted on anymore.
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