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Nuendo/Cubase sound cuts off

Hey all Cubase / Nuendo users.
lately i have sound "cut off"s (a reacuring 0.5 sec silence) while producing / mixing / recording when i put more then 2 plug-ins on my Cubase. it is NOT a latency problem for the CPU meter goes to MINIMUM during the cut off rather then to maximum... it is a new thing for me and i just seen a new and proffesional computer running Nuendo with the same problem. (a dual intel w/ 4 G RAM)
i am running cubase SX3 on Intel P4 3.0 MHz with powercore element PCI w/ 2 G RAM.
PS - also loading a project takes unreasonably long to both of us (about 5 minutes sometimes)
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I chased this same problem with a friend's laptop using Cubase. Additionally, he had several recurring pops at high end, in regular intervals, with 23 seconds of trouble free gaps in between incidents. Eliminated hardware problems, so I contacted some Cubase user groups and they indicated their older software was not compliant with the newest hardware... in other words, they suggested he buy a newer version.... He did (gasp, sticker shock... the horror) and the problem disappeared. Might be all that is wrong for yours, if your desktop has newer hardware and older version of Cubase.

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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Hi experts,
i have installed w xp in but the sound system is not responding , the error is at devise manager the multimedia audio controler is in ? mark
from whare can i ger the multimedia audio controler

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

Can someone pls help me, i have a realtek sound driver which plays sound but does not record on my notebook. what should i do??

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

Thanx.
my hardware is not as new as my cubase. (MOTU 828 MKII)
plus it didn't always acure and it's kind of a new thing.
what hardware did he use?

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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