Sorry that my first post here is a bit of a bummer but after some scouring the internet and didn’t know where else to turn!
So, I’m having a bit of an issue with Cubase. Much of the work I do in Cubase is midi with samples. Lots of orchestra and percussion stuff. I have a big beefy computer that handles all of this just fine; 2600K i7 processor, 16GB RAM, multiple solid state drives for fast streaming & the OS is Windows 7… but when I want to start using audio things go bad… but only in the specific way described below.
Let’s say I’m working in a session, decide I want to bring in a shaker loop, I drag it in from the media bay and start chopping it up, manipulating the loop until I’m happy with how it fits into the piece yadda yadda. Everything’s okay, I can keep playing back the session until my heart’s content and no issues.
Now, let’s say I close down the session and reopen it… as soon as Cubase gets to the audio region during playback it will stutter briefly - and then crash.
This also only seems to happen when the audio regions have been chopped up and rearranged. A previous work around I had for this was to highlight the chopped up regions and go to Audio -> Bounce Selection, to consolidate them…
…Which brings me to my second issue. Audio -> Bounce Selection does not work for me anymore. I get an error message saying “There was an error during bounce! The function had to be cancelled!”
Strange thing is I am getting the problem even after a clean installation of Windows 7 due to switching over everything to SSDs…
Thanks in advance guys