My computer, admittedly, isn’t a tank, and I’m slowly working through the process of optimizing my machine as an audio workstation, but until now, I’ve dealt with the occasional audio dropouts I run into in Cubase 9, but with the update to 9.5, which I would love to be able to use, I’ve run into a critical issue.
When I’m playing through the timeline, audio dropouts cut all MIDI data every time they happen. If I’m holding any notes out, they all stop. It’s not a hard cut, rather they all receive note-off triggers and the notes release naturally after the short dropout. This happens whether or not I’m recording onto the armed MIDI listening track or not. Before the 9.5 update, these note-off triggers would not happen, and notes would continue to hold out with my input.
Even more annoying, when I’m recording, these dropouts will end recording completely.
Is there a setting somewhere that was introduced with 9.5 that’s causing this to happen? I’ve searched through several preference dialogues and can’t find anything and I’m worried this is a new function hard-built into Cubase.
To start this thread off, I’m not looking for any advice on optimizing to prevent audio dropouts as I am addressing that separately.
Any help is greatly appreciated!