JohnnyMackGuitar wrote:2ghz 4 core 4 gb ram
Mr816csx & mr816x
Runs great. Using amp rack presets
XP32 bit Works great
But with Windows 7. 32 bit spiking processor
Uses too much memory
Cracks spikes hiccups.
frenzdamillaman wrote:I could record with my RME card really well, low latencies, 96 samples buffer size in C6
Now it is not that good anymore. No clicks and pops at 256..but when recording guitars I really like it when it's low as possible
Does somebody got any tips for tweaking c7 for the best results? asio guard on/off
I am on windows 7, again cubase 6 had no problems before
edit, I got 16 gb ram i5 2500 3.6 pc, I think that is pretty up to date
vydrai wrote:AMD FX8120, Asus M5A97 evo r2.0 motherboard, 8GB RAM, Focusrite Saffire Pro 14, Win7 Pro 64 bit, Cubase 7.0.0 (64 bit), Cubase 6.5.4 (64 bit)
I have just made a project in Cubase 7 with a few MIDI and audio tracks. In Cubase 7 on definite places (always about on the same place) come pops, scratches, craks and hicks and the performance monitor shows high pikes and overload for a short time. Before and after the average performance is about 25% or less. If I switch off all the traks and instruments (there is no sound) the pikes and overload are shown farther.
New experience: if the parts are pushed to an other place on the timeline all works fine without any craks and overload. Pushed back the issue comes back.
In Cubase 6.5.4 the same project runs smoothly without any problem.
What would be wrong?
Raphie wrote:I've got the latest driver from Nov.
Raphie wrote:might be, same config, same project C6.54 no issues.
whatever it is it needs to be resolved
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