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How do I resolve issues with crackling sounds?
Performance Monitor - midi - Rob Lee Signature Set

Is it safe to clean up cache? Is this the whole issue? Have not noticed this before.

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What buffer size are you using?
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512 buffer
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Now i'm confused by the additional picture. What is the difference between the 2? Are you using Windows Audio by chance? Did you recently mixdown a song?
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matthewgorman wrote:Now i'm confused by the additional picture. What is the difference between the 2? Are you using Windows Audio by chance? Did you recently mixdown a song?


I changed the picture now after playing the recording and then you see that it goes right up to 100 percent with midi presence. No, I only use audiobox 1818vsl driver and disabled the windows audio. in Windows 8. Thanks for helping.

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Can you increase the buffer and see if that solves it? Cleaning up the cache may help, but it doesn't look like that file is too large to be causing a CPU spike. The performance meter has it all coming from presence.

How about rendering to audio for that track, which can be reversed if you need to rerecord any midi for that track?

What are the specs of your workstation? 32 or 64bit? How much RAM installed?
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matthewgorman wrote:How about rendering to audio for that track, which can be reversed if you need to rerecord any midi for that track?

What are the specs of your workstation? 32 or 64bit? How much RAM installed?


I have 64 bit and 16 gb ram.

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Now I have learned to convert large midi instruments over to audio.and why Thanks again for Your help.
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Sweet. Good for you. Presence can be a bit of a CPU hog
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Shure Mics (57's, 58's, and a 1953 Unidyne), Various AKG, Various MXL Ribbon Mics.

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