I have a major problem and totally dont understand it. I’m trying to record about 5 tracks in real time on 44.1khz and i’m getting audio overloads and also the clock is unable to be stable even on 512 sample latency. I have a kickass system, so its definitely not computer performance related. I’m always having this issue with cubase, so i’m starting to think its just simply sh*t and time to move on. Please give me some tips, I would really appreciate it as i love cubase, but i cannot work like this.
RME UFX + Ferrofish 16mk2 on adat 1+2 (all 16 ins used for outputs of my modular)
e-rm multiclock clocking the modular and macbook pro (running ableton and driving the modular with midi and some audio jamming) through the e-rm plugin
motu midi express 128
UAD octo on usb3
Virus TI on USB
Elektron AnalogKeys on USB
asus motherboard and 2x xeon e2620v5 @ 2.1GHZ per core (16 logical cores)
64GB of ECC ddr4 ram
2x 256gb + 1x 1TB Samsung SSD
I’m totally speachless as of what could be causing this, ableton live runs absolutely perfectly. Also the project has a couple of audio tracks, a few group channels (unused) and 3 fx channels what also pretty much unused. Even if I open up my template the vst performance is around 35% or so, when I only have 1x hofa reverb + api2500 on the reverb return channel, 1 replika xt + api2500 on the delay return and 1 external fx what is my eventide h9 max.
I have no bacground apps running, its a full on audio system. I’m running win10 LTSB, so I dont have the cortana bullshit and also most of the indexing is turned off. BIOS havent been poked around with, so its pretty much stock, only change was to set up the OS to boot on UEFI. With this system i would expect to be able to record at least 30 tracks real time on 96khz with 0 latency… am i wrong? Please help! Thanks!