I am not sure what is going on here, though have a feeling that it is caused by a service starting perhaps. The issue is that when I am working with any song, the audio at any time suddenly goes crackly and distorted.
The system was fine for months and then I updated some of the areas - ie - bios, chipset, and windows, then the issues started. There is no way to revert back to any of the previous settings either.
I am using Windows 7 64bit with Cubase 32, JBridge, alongside a Digidesign 003 Rack (8.3b driver which is the only one that is suppose to work, and was previously - other drivers have not allowed a clean sound over the last year at any time, there’s loads of info on it in forums - and this is not the issue). I believe that the problem is a service that is triggering the audio to flip out.
I have applied ALL of the Steinberg’s tweaks to the system to the Bios, Energy Saver, Graphics, graphic card updates, audio updates, Background service tweaks and still have the same issue going on. The system was perfect until the updates and I have uninstalled them and the same issue is there.
If anyone can shed some light on what service may have been started, I would really appreciate it. Many thanks