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Crackling noise - help

Hi, I just purchased this gear and I'm having a hard time with the playback. I'm using the Sonar LE that came with this and the the playback is always crackling. My comp 16-bit and 44100 sampling rate... What am I doing wrong??? Please HELP ME Email me at [email protected] Thank you!!

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  • novio7 Nov 18, 2007

    Hi

    I have exactly the same problem. The gear is absolutely brand new and the cords are all connected properly. Could it be a Windows compatibility issue? I am open to any suggestions.

    Thanks.

  • stacey kavanagh Jul 06, 2008

    I am also experiencing the exact problem, adjusted latency, buffer... what is the problem? Anyone any ideas or resolved this???

  • stacey kavanagh Jul 06, 2008

    I have the exact same problem, have adjusted latency and buffer levels, Im so confused, I have this product 3 weeks now and cannot record without getting pops and clicks!! Help!! Has anyone since resolved this issue?

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I had this problem recently and I fixed it by correcting the latency buffer size (found under options - audio... - in sonar 7) - move the slider to the left (fast) side of the scale. Hope this helps.

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Check all your cords make sure they are connected proper if they are then its internal. Is the gear brand new if so its under warranty if not then come back and ask again. It takes a brave person to answer your direct email address that means you are able to see who the person is ie his email address you will know. On fixya people dont like emailing others because the others maybe spammers....hence the Report abuse button on this program!

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