WHEN I USE TWO OR MORE TRACKS FROM SYTRUS I OFTEN GET AN CLICKING KINDA STATIC ESPECIALLY WHEN I START TO ADD DRUMS OR OTHER INSRUMENTS FROM OTHER GENERATERS LIKE KICKS,BASS,ETC.
when i use the sytrus i get a static like feedbac on certain sounds
In the audio settings put your latency buffer up more, the more underuns means your pc is trying to run harder than u let it. ( the more technical the somg the mor ticking/feedback, if u have buffer all the way up u needa better pc www.reverbnation.com/timcpatc for some music made with fl9
I believe I understand what your problem is. Try opening FL Studio and clicking "Options" from the menu and select "Audio Settings". The settings window should have appeared with the Audio tab under selection. With this window, look for the options within the "DirectSound properties" frame that says "Use polling", "Use hardware buffer" and "Use 32Bit buffer". Uncheck all of these options and then exit the Settings window. Exit and the re-open FL Studio. Has this been a solution?
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For the drums to take effect you have to master the track before converting. The manual explains how to do this. Push "exit" and "utility" at the same time twice, then "play" and "record" (to start the recording of course).
If you unplug the chat-controller cable from your headset and controller, does the click/static noise go away? If yes, then you need a new chat-controller cable. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for that.
If the noise remains even after you've disconnected the chat cable, then the problem is likely due to the presence of too many other Radio Frequency wireless devices competing with the X31 transmit/receive, especially if you have an 802.11n ("N") router made before Oct 2009. If that's the case, you should definitely contact Turtle Beach at email@example.com and ask them for help with this.
If you have your speakers turned up to high it will give you feedback causing
distortion and static. Sometimes even awith the speakers turned down low, feedback is possible. I recommend using a headset when videoing. Hope this is of some help. Bud
You can put the drums manually with the drum editor. To do that, place the left and right selectors (the blue zone you can loop), I mean select an area first. Then, double-click in the area, on the track you want to make the drums. A midi segment will appear on the time-line. Double-click this segment, and it will take you in a drum editor. It's easy to edit, you will get to know it fast.
If you are already using Media Player 10, this problem could also be caused by corrupt firmware on the player.
make sure you have Philips Device Manager installed, from the product CD.
Run Philips Device Manager, and select the restore or repair option, then follow the on-screen prompts.
This will format the player and re-flash the corrupt firmware. All tracks on the player will be deleted.
i'm having a similar problem. every time i sync new music my computer tells me its on, but the tracks aren't on the player. it also refreshes every time i turn it on, which takes forever amd is getting really annoying. could this have something to do with my new microSD card?