Don’t know it if this is the right place to post but i’ll post in the Rme forum as well but …
Im having problems getting Cubase to recognise the change in Buffer sizes in the Rme Asio panel , so if i change the setting from 512 to 1024 the Latency times stay the same until i change from Rme driver to no driver and Back and then all is well but i have to do this every time .
Ahhhhhh , not systemwide but i do have the plugin in my controlroom , i’ve never thought of that BUT i’ve uninstalled and re-installed the Rme driver and it seems to be working for now but that’s a great thought there Fese , cheers
EDIT : Fese , the Problem is there anyway around the Sonarworks blockage as this problem is still there , there only way as i mentioned to change the buffer size is to select no driver and thew back to the Rme Asio ?
I’ve just tried exactly the way you do it and that works only if the ‘release driver in the back ground’ is tick and then only half the time the Asio driver comes back which means you can’t hear anything
In the RME Control Panel, set your WDM devices to 0. This assumes you have a system audio device if you need WDM. Cubase will then recognize your buffer or even sample rate change without closing and re-opening.
You are a genius , that was 100% the problem , you deserve a knighthood
Everything’s back to how it was , totally automatic , i must over altered the settings in the WMD without noticing but it’s working perfectly now .
Your a star