Question about Lexicon Lambda Usb Desktop Recording Interface Sound Card
I have the same issue described above. i record a track and it plays back just fine. Then, when I go to overdub a new track, the first one sounds distorted and garbled, I did not have this problem with another computer. Could it be a USB port issue?
You have to download updated audio codec for your system. Go to this link:
Download it. When a box appears, Click Run button.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
AFTER you open a new poject go to "Devices" then "Device Setup" click on "VST Audio System" then on he right side where it says "ASIO DRIVER" make the selection say "Lambda ASIO" then click OK
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
SOURCE: distortion with Lexicon Alpha
Check that Cubase is actually using the Alpha ASIO driver in the VST part of the Setup menu under Devices.
I've just set up two of these and found that the ASIO driver was defaulted to the builtin cards driver.
I still don't get a nice clean signal though. It's definately not the best device in the world.
I wouldn't spend my own money on one!
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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