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I have a Dell 1720 laptop running Vista with a USB m-audio midi controller.
I have been using Acidpro trying to record some tracks with the softsynths, playing off the keyboard controller, I noticed that all the sounds when I play live sound "wavey", almost like vibrato, with slight clipping distortion when playing in realtime or "live".
But when I hit record, the sounds go normal. During playback, the sounds are also fine, and when i play the synths live in realtime during record, they are also fine. As soon as the tracks are stopped, and i'm playing, the sound goes immediately "wobbly" or stacked in a way, with slight distortion and a noticeable clipping sound, almost like vibrato. I have no idea what it is. I also noticed it on my other computer running cubase. So I'm not sure if it's specific to AcidPro. It's probably my midi/sound card settings?
This is specific to AcidPro.
If you doubt, check the same at your friends PC/Laptop.
You will then be sure what i told.
Posted on May 27, 2008
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