I Seem to be able to run at any sample rate now… There are lots of audio drop outs though… Also my biggest issue is the Midi timing issues with cubase rewiring to reason as per my topic here : http://www.steinberg.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=505&p=3030#p3030
This is a major issue that is not only affecting me… I have read a few other posts in regards to the same issue on the old forums and also in regards to a similar problem with external synths…
To Answer your questions
- What is your operating system? Windows 7 professional 64bit
- What is the processor in your system? Intel i5 760
- How much RAM do you have loaded? 4 gig kingston ddr3
- What firewire card are you using in the computer? PyroAV pcix which has a TI chipset and is not sharing any resources
- If you connect just one MR816, and test at 88.2 and 96, do you get the same dropouts? yes I do.
To add to your system questions.
Mainboard is : Intel DP55WB
Software running is :
Cubase 5.5.2 32bit
Waves Platinum 7
Waves JJP 7
The exact same problem existed on the following setup
1 x Yamaha O1X
2 x Yamaha i88x
OS : Windows XP Pro 32bit
CPU : intel i5 760
MB : Intel dp55wb
Ram : 4gig Kingston ddr3
Waves Platinum V5.9.7
I am concerned that the problem lies either in the mainboard or even in the processor and cubase not being friendly as previously I ran a Pentium Dual Core system on a gigabyte mainboard with xp pro 32bit with the o1x and i88xs with cubase 5.5.1 and reason 4.0.1 and it was rock solid never missed a beat…
As I have stated numerous times and I have even started a completely new thread for what im about to mention…
I am wiling to purchase a new mainboard and/or CPU if steinberg can tell me exactly what mainboard/processor to buy… I have a strong feeling that cubase doest not like the i series intel processors and is causing these timing issues even though on steinbergs recommendation page they state that they are stable with the i processors.
I have not been able to work properly and am letting numerous clients down due to these issues. I cannot stress that enough…
I truly appreciate you taking time out to help get to the bottom of this Chris. It truly means alot.
Yours in hopefully recording again asap…