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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Re: Nuendo/Cubase sound cuts off
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.
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
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What recording software are you using? What version of Windows are you on? The ASIO driver for the Lambda should have been installed when you loaded the software that it came with, and if so there should be a control panel that will allow you to select that. The other option is to use ASIO4ALL. It is a free ASIO driver that works really well for most sound cards and software instruments and recording software like Cubase, Nuendo or the many other programmes out there. If you need more help let me know.
Have a very very quiet space in which to record, with good acoustics (this means a room that will give a flat sound, preferably one with carpeted walls and celings, but any small, well-furnitured room should do).
Do not mix with the interface. Simply put the gain as high as possible without clipping and mix later in your recording program (Cubase, in your case). You can always bring the level down, but trying to gain an already recorded track will introduce noise.
If you are recording vocals, use a pop filter. When recording anything, experiment with different mic positions to attain the best possible, clean sound.
i have a similar setup (Cubase LE & Tascam 144) and each time i start up Cubase i have to make sure there is no digital input going to the tascam. once cubase is started up but no project loaded i plug in my spdif from my DAT machine and then open my project and all is fine. does that answer part of your question?
i have a different problem though, i'm trying to record my DAT tapes which are recorded at 32khz and cubase doesn't recognize that sample rate properly. it'll record no problem, and play them back fine, but exporting always creates mismatched sample rates in the exported file. sucks big time and i have got no idea on how to fix it either.
The answer is yes, but it may not work as simply as you think. You
can't just save your Cubase file / mix and then send it to your recorder.
You'll want to render down the song you have to one stereo .wav file
and send that to burner as a wav file. (That's the quick way). Another option is to
render each file you have seperately so acoustic guitar, bass, vocal,
etc are all seperate tracks. So the answer is yes, a .wav file is the format for audio cds. You'll record your
seperate tracks and then you'll have to mix down, render, or export
them when you are done. In Cubase, use "export".
you might want to downgrade to xp because vista uses alot of ram to run it. you could also get more ram. you need about 1gb and a half to 2 gigs to run most recording softwares and interfaces. i personally use vista cause i lost my xp disk and i got 2 gbs of ram and everything runs great, but if you really want to get into recording do what im doing and save up and buy a mac.
sincerely andy kastrinelis owner of addex recording inc.