I don’t know if anyone else has experienced this problem before but when I record audio from my mic I typically try to lower the sample rate as low as I can without having it affect the overall performance when playing back the audio simultaneously during the record.
I’ve found the sweet spot for me is at 64 samples. If I go 32 samples (the lowest) then the audio going in and also coming out is severely affected having a static sounding affect.
If I raise my sample rate more than 64, then the static sound is eliminated on the audio going in and audio coming out; but then when I try to record vocals while playing back my audio, there are a few milliseconds of delay between the time the audio goes into Cubase and is heard. This makes it virtually impossible to record in time with the playback.
Oddly, this problem doesn’t always happen and I usually can record vocals and playback simultaneously at 64 samples without issue so I am not certain what conditions could contribute to the issue.
Has anyone had a similar issue as such and / or can anyone provide any suggestions where I may look within Cubase settings or some other part of the project to prevent the issue???
Desparate for help now because it is delaying a critical task I currently have.