N6 has done it to me twice now… I don’t trust it for live recording anymore & have gone back to N5.5.5.
Running MacBook Pro MountainLion with RME FF800.
This is a TV kids show recorded with edits & post on the fly by chasing timecode from a digibeta.
I used it yesterday for the rehearsal & towards the end of the show, there was a slight pop. When I looked up, the waveform had stopped drawing & I was left with the blocks. Monitoring passed through as if it was still recording so I thought it had stopped drawing graphics. When I hit stop, the new “blocks” were on the timeline but I couldn’t move them & there was no audio.
It was the end of a long day so I put it down to a glitch.
This morning, halfway through seg 1 & same thing happened. Fortunately the back up was fine so I dumped it back in from the backup & changed back to N5.
Interestingly, I have a second system being used interstate on another kids game show but running on W7 & it seems fine…
Any ideas where to look please ???