Ever since my upgrade to Artist 7.5, I've encountered numerous, annoying to severe problems.
1. Cubase crashes a whole lot. Usually a bounce, track duplication, plug-in activation, etc. will cause the crashing
2. About a week into using it, the editor would turn pure white when, A.) the trim tool is selected(or option key is held, to quick trim). Or, B.) I'm dragging a piece of audio. At first it would start after the project was open and working for an hour or two. Bore recently, it starts almost immediately.
3. I started to record a drum session in the same project file I've been working in, and I noticed that my overheads, and mic under the snare weren't recording... I thought it was my cheap Chinese cable snake. I have since, hastily*, ordered a new snake from audiopile with Neutrik connectors
But upon further inspection, my Onyx1640i is monitoring the channels perfectly. The snake is good, the mic pres are good.. So why did cubase just stop receiving signal on channels 5, 7, 9 from my Onyx? The device connections panel is set up the same way it always has been! The project was just fine a few days ago!
I'm really at wits end, because I just met with a band that I'm going to record(my first legitimate recording of a band that's not me on all the instruments and vocals), and I'm embarrassed, and unhopeful of a successful recording. I think I should return to 6.5 where things ran smoothly.
I have an unrelated question, if you please. I was reading a thread about heavy crashing. I was reading something about running in high or low latency mode. Am I understanding this correctly?; low latency mode uses more cpu, run this when tracking live. high latency mode uses less cpu, run this mode when editing and mixing? The technical stuff is all still a mystery to me, I've only been self taught on the program, and reading random articles about achieving my sonic goals.