I am New to the forum, and this issue might be known to some of you, and I hope to get help solving this easily.
I have been using an E-MU card With Cubase 5 until last week when my card died, and at the same time, I upgraded to CB7.
Now, when I am doing the Device Setup, I change from Generic Low Latency Asio Driver to my Onyx Asio Driver.
as soon as that switch is done, the sound from my system goes crazy.
There is a noise coming from all played sound, and it makes the system unusable.
It is a scraping noise, like blown amps or speakers.
However, changing back to the Generic Low Latency Asio Driver, brings back the normal noise-free sound.
This, of course, makes Cubase unusable, since it cannot be mapped in VST Connections, and thus I am stuck With either crappy sound, or no usage at the moment.
I am sure there is a solution to this that is probably emaressing to me, since I am quite skilled at computer Technology, but at the same time, I am quite the n00b using Cubase, so I feel I might be excused, no matter how simple the solution is.
Now, the card is installed With the latest driver from Mackie, which supports W7, and all other Applications sounds great, until I change the Asio settings in Cubase.
Anyone have an idea? I would really appreciate a feedback and a simple solution to my problem, thank you!