Hi i'm wondering if anyone has experienced a crackling sound when recording. Its not heard when recording only when replay of tracks occur. Is there something that i can shut off as it may be an issue of the hard drive churning not sure what the issue is any help greatly appreciated.
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Re: crackling when recording with saffire
Without much info to go on I would first make sure that your input levels are not set too high when recording causing clipping and digital distortion on playback. Usually this is the thing that causes crackling sounds. Rather hard to fix after the fact and you may have to rerecord those tracks to get a cleaner sound you are happy with.
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HI Henrik !!
Do you have the same sound if you use from another source or just from internet ? What kind of firewire do you have on your computer ? have you tried with other speakers / headset (incase you have a power problem ? ) pls be in touch for us to help you with this problem .
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hi there is the timing belt covers on the same side as the noise ??? i just wondered as i have heard that sound a few times and it has always been the cover for the timing belt or ift could be a timing chain?? hope this helps
1. remove all external peripherals. 2. use the internal speakers 3. uninstall / reinstall the audio drivers 4. reboot system 5. if still hearing the crackling sound check if cracking sound can be heard only inside windows of even in the bios. 6. check bios hdd if in acoustic mode performance if yes then set it to normal.
It seems your system complicates soundcard's driver version and patches. To eliminate problem that causes inoparable one at a time; please consider to uninstall software sound applications and drivers. Remove any secondary or external sound cards and enable the built-in sound card at the BIOS. Now, start the system in Safe Mode try to remove the existing soundcard drivers at control panel sound card properties. Restart the system, well try to prove that the built-in sound card still working by reinstalling it. By then you can disable it again and install your secondary or external sound card. Hope it will work this time, else you'll need to clean up your Operating System astrays dll's using registry cleaners third party software. I met this problem before that my only recouse is by reformatting the system.
Hi that all sounds to me to be a fairly classic "Electret" Mic problem.
I have seen .. lol.. or rather, heard it, a few times B4.. the "Frying" sound you hear is the faulty electronics in the Electret microphone..
I would try replacing the Mic, if you can get one the same size, it shouldn't be too hard to Open the camera up, unsolder the old Mic, & replace it. There are really only a few standard Electret Mic inserts...
As an aside, sometimes it can simply be a bad solder joints to the wires on the actual mic itself, ya may wanna try good reflow/resolder first B4 ya replace.. This sometimes is all it requires...