I did a test using every bit rate option. From 64 to 2048 bits. The lower ones around 64 bits were worse, than say the 1024 and 2048. But even then the later on 2048 still had pops and glitches, along with the audio dropping out ever so often.
What should one do?
I’m running Win 7, cubase ai7, and UR22 interface.
I have found a solution. After spending a full day with two laptops using Windows 7 and not Cubase, the latency problem did not go away. However the the UR22 is going away. Solution: return the unit. Result: problem resolved.
Hey Steinberg, some of us do not want to spend hours configuring hardware and software. We would prefer to compose and record music. If this is the best you can do to stick with software. I know Windows sucks and Apple base platforms are superior for intensive processing, however there are millions of Win/Intel/AMD machines out there and if you are not able to easily elimintate something as straightforward as latency then you probably want to spend more time in R&D.
Just curious-- do you guys know about
the “Constrain Delay Compensation” button on the top left of the toolbar
I use it once in a while for recording then turn it off for mix down.
Also have you guys lowered your Buffer size to the Lowest setting
in the Cubase ai7 control panel for recording. Keep your mix control
all the way to the right–set for Daw–not input.
Then increase your buffer size for mixdown
I Almost always use this trick when I record
LOW BUFFER SIZE WHEN RECORDING and
THE HIGHEST Buffer Size FOR MIX DOWN
with the mix knob always turned to the
right on DAW