I had my Cubase AI 4 installed on my computer togetter with the CS 816 audiointerface. It worked perfectly normal. Then my PC crashed and I reinstalled Cubase on my new Computer. Since this very moment, when i record something with my drums, it starts to interrupt the sound. I have no idea how that could have happened. You can hear the interruptions even if you play it on another device. The Specs of the Computer should be ok because its a brand new HP computer from the HP pavillion elite series.
Has anyone got an idea what could be the problem?
And to confuse you even more, I can tell from personal experience, that the “junk” VIA Firewire chipset of my old motherboard worked a lot better than the “hightech” TI chipset of my new motherboard with my PoCo compact (I know, that´s not an audio interface…).
You should post your OS, if on win7, there´s a a setting IIRC, for “legacy firewire behaviour” or something like trhat, which has helped some MR 816 users already
PhilDrummer: I have an HP computer from the HP pavillion elite series also and
if I have my Internet connection on, Anti-Virus on, “CARBONITE” backup, ETC. enabled
in my computers Startup menu, I to can have these DROPOUT’S. I learned along
time ago to DIS-ABLE all the above while doing COMPUTER RECORDING and Mixing.
Just a thought
PS: Do an “MSCONFIG” search to see what’s enabled in your Computers startup Menu
Thank you that worked!!
Only thing is now: When I clicked new project on cubase AI4 there were some options like “MR 816 multi channel recording”. These were presets. But they are now gone. Can I get them back or do i need to reinstall Cubase completely?