I have clicks and pops when a MIDI track is Record armed or Monitor is enabled.
The Peak in Performance is also jumping untill I hear a click and it peaks.
When I disable the Record and Monitor, it comes back to normal.
A first it happened with Superior Drummer 3. Tried settings - all cores. Nothing
It also happens with KONTAKT 7. Went to Settings and used all cores, even Purge. No difference…
Also every NeuralDSP plugin, loads my CPU… Tried lower sampling, no difference…
I m completely dissapointed with C12 and Win 11…
You might find this helpful but i would try to run scannow to see if there’s any windows files corrupt .
I remember having this issue but i can’t remember how i solved it , , the Wdf1000 from what i remember is just a container for the drivers but if you look under the processes in the DPC mon it will show you all the processes and the time they take and obviously the highest ones will be the culprits DPC Latency Caused by TCP/IP.SYS: How to Fix It in 5 Steps (windowsreport.com)
Have you checked everything that I’ve posted above?
Which buffer size do you have configured?
What is your audio interface? You you have the current driver?
Have you made sure Cubase is excluded from any antivirus scanner?
Have you tried activating the Steinber Audio power scheme in Studio/Audio system?
Those values in LatencyMon don’t look too good, did you run it while cubase running? I am not sure what those top two values, the red-ish ones, are, but from what I’ve read, you should have your DAW closed while testing those.
Having your daw open or shut shouldn’t make a lot of difference , it can be a false reading if done closed . I had issue with an old graphics card and Spectralayers , with the SL shut ,latency was about 250us but as soon and i opened SL then started LM my readings jumped into the red with just a move of the mouse . New graphics card , LT 125us MAX with and without Spectralayers open . Everything may seem ok but you really need to run the DAW that’s causing the issue to find the driver or process that spikes
Yes as Fese says , increasing your buffer size should help but you really need to go the whole hog and optimise for Cubase
It doesn’t matter either way , open or closed , you’ll have a more reliable result with a real world result , it’s a bit like someone saying Ableton or Repear runs perfect but Cubase doesn’t so unless you invoke the Cubase processes you won’t know . It could be something as simple as a mouse being woken up from sleep .
Latency mons great but you need to find what works for you , as i said with the DAW shut the Inturupts may not be the true reading
That is interesting, as RME usually are very reliabe and performanr (never had a problem with mine)
There isn’t a setting that I know of, but have you tried different USB ports? Or, come to that, maybe even a different cable?
I guess that you already have updated the firmware of the Fireface?