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Hey guys. ''Unable to create new audio file for recording.'' any idea what it is? Sonar 8.5 32 or 64bit, in Windows 7 64bit, 4gb ram ddr3 1333mhz, intel core i5 2.6, m-audio delta 1010lt latest drivers. Happens when i hit PLAY or REC if any track is record-enabled. Tried changing driver mode, diskrecbuffersize, delta asio buffer, read and write cache, deleting picture cache folder contents, and a lot of other useless tweaks. Thanks

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I had this problem today whilst installing Sonar on my new laptop. It wasn't the click track. It was the playback glitching, clicking and rattling. I put the buffer size to maximium but it was still happening.

I got round it by downloading the latest version of ASIO4all (2.9 beta4) and installing it. I then opened Sonar 6, options, audio, advanced, then selecting ASIO in the driver mode drop down box. Then I closed Sonar and reopened it.

If you use one device for recording and playback it should work now but if like me you use seperate devices or if it doesn't work click, options, audio, general, ASIO panel, advanced options. Here you can select your inputs and outputs. Play around a bit here. Mine worked when the output of the playback device was selected and both the input and output of the recording device was selected.

ASIO4all sorted out my latency issues as well.

Hope it helped.

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Sounds like what is called a latency problem. You need to go into the settings in Sonar and under audio, adjust the Latency to a higher number...I don't know sonar home studio, or I would tell you the exact area to go in the menu's to adjust latency..Hope this helps!

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