I record podcasts for a friend, using a Dell M6700, Win10 x64, 32gb of RAM, UR44C, Cubase 11 Pro.
Since I got the UR44C, I’ve started recording at 64 bit float and 192khz.
I typically edit the audio on my desktop, Gigabyte X99-SLI, Win10 x64, 64gb RAM, Cubase 11 Pro.
Prior to using the UR44C, I could copy the project over and edit normally. With projects recorded on the UR44C, if I open the project, without attaching the UR44C, my audio sounds like a 78RPM record, played at 33-1/3. If I attach the UR44C, everything is fine. The same thing happens if I just create a blank project and import the audio files.
That tells me it’s probably the Generic Low Latency Asio Driver isn’t able to handle a 64 bit float, 192Khz audio file properly, and I’m fine with that. The weird part is, when I first found this issue, I imported some of the audio files into Audacity, without the UR44C being attached, and Audacity had no problem with the files.
I like recording at the higher rate, because it lowers the noise floor, and makes editing easier, but I would like to edit the audio without having to connect the UR44C, and I would prefer to edit within Cubase rather than Audacity.
Does anyone have an idea how I can edit in Cubase without connecting the UR44C?