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Hello, I recently picked up a Tascam us-144 MKII. My OS is windows 7 32 bit. And we run FL studio 10. While playing some of our tracks every once and a while we experiance loud cracking and popping sounds followed by a delay between what our screen says and what we hear. This will occur more often if we replay our tracks or switch plugins or write a scale ect. The only way we have found to temporarily fix it is to go to the mixer and switch drivers in and out. Are there any permanent solutions out there?

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Hello you can download drivers and the manual here:

http://tascam.com/product/us-144mkii/downloads/

You need adobe reader to read the content in the manual.

It sounds like the gain or mic level is set too high or a defect cable.

Try also to renew the sound driver on the pc.

Try also to lower the the input gain on the playback device.

The FL studio homepage:

http://www.image-line.com/documents/flstudio.html

Good luck

Posted on Dec 13, 2012

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Try a different ASIO driver. I would say that the sound card that you are using does not come with an ASIO driver so the software can't use the card correctly. I recommend ASIO4ALL. It is free to download and works with almost all soundcards and audio devices in Windows. You can get it from www.asio4all.com.

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It sounds like you may be confused on what the MIDI part actually does. MIDI records your performance, not your sound. Then you assign and play back the recorded performance to either a virtual instrument (in which case you should here sound from your computer) or to a real physical MIDI capable instrument (in which case you would here the sound coming from that real instrument instead of the computer).
The ends of the MIDI cables themselves are identical, not IN or OUT.
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Hello you can download a manual and other stuff here:

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You should always work in wav format if possible because there is a loss of quality with mp3 which is a compression format in which bits are lost in order to compress the file size.

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