I’ve run into a peculiar problem with Dorico playback. It has only started to happen once I began using higher-grade and beefier sample libraries vs. Halion Sonic or Note Performer.
Essentially, playback will become garbled and cut out entirely. It will not resume again until a note is triggered in the affected instruments.
This is not a buffer size issue. My buffer size is at the highest latency option availalbe. This issue is occurring across all instruments, regardless of sample library.
This is not a driver issue. I am using AISO drivers from my interface. I don’t have any problems with audio cutting out on any other software.
The issue only happens when I start to manually move what the write window is displaying. So the audio cutting out does not happen when I sit back and let the audio play and the green playback bar move the screen for me. It only happens if I interact with dorico at any level after pressing play.
Once the issue starts, if I begin to play from the same note that I previously tried to play, the issue will persist regardless if I interact with Dorico or not. Once I change the location I start, and then don’t interact with Dorico while I listen, the issue usually goes away.
Ryzen 9, 3900X
32 gigs DDR4 RAM
ASUS X570 TUF Gaming Motherboard
1.5TB V-nand Samsung Evo+ Pro SSD
Behringer UMC 404 HD interface or Focusrite Scarlet 4i4
USB interface plugged directly into motherboard. Not using USB from case. Headphones + all cables are working correctly. This is not a hardware issue as far as I can tell.
 Found a new issue.
If I click out of dorico the issue starts to become really prevalent and never goes away. So if I interact with anything else the issue won’t go away.
Dorico Diagnostics.zip (3.4 MB)