So I can not find any other topics with this issue, but here goes.
I am using Cubase 7 on Windows 8. I have updated to 7.0.7 to ensure there were no compatibility issues, but this happened before my upgrade (not sure of original version).
When I use cubase everything seems normal until you try to listen to what you have made/edited.
I can reproduce the problem quite simply:
- Open Cubase
This is a fresh installation of Cubase 7 (less than an hour old with the patch).
This is what I have to do to hear anything:
- Remove audio device from VST connections (output)
- Open “Device Setup”
- Open “Control Panel”
- Re-Assign my headphones in the “Output Ports”
- Close both those windows saving all changes
- Re-Assign “Audio Device” in “VST Connections - Outputs”
Sound will then play for anywhere between 1sec and 30sec (longest I have managed to achieve).
In order hear sound again once it drops I must (Re-Assign “Audio Device” in “VST Connections - Outputs”)
Again and again and again…
Any help or knowledge as to how I may go about finding the problem would be appreciated.
Graham ‘R3v07v3R’ Pelham.