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There is a crackling sound after I record.

My computer is Intel E8400 Core2Duo / 2 GB Ram / VIA OHCI IEEE 1394

There is no problem when I'm listening music or when I'm recording my guitar or mic. But when you listen the recorded sound clip, there is a crackling noise like you hear from an amp with a messed up jack input. There is no noise while I'm recording, but somehow it's recorded noisy.

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  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2008

    A Texas Instruments Chipset firewire card solved the problem.

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The problem was the VIA chipset firewire card. I changed it with a Texas Instruments one. Works perfectly now.

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