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bham
Jun 7 2008, 02:27 AM
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alright, so when i try and playback tracks i've recorded (and occasionally while i'm recording), they sound distorted and fuzzy, with a little of latency. this happens randomly, and when it happens, it hits every track (including cubase's metronome, so i know it's not part of my recording technique).

nothing is clipping, i don't really record hot. anybody have any idea what's going on here?

it sounds horrible and it has put a grinding halt to my recording.

if it helps, i'm running a lexicon lambda into cubase LE 4.

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Jun 7 2008, 05:28 AM
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First thing, try not to playback while you are recording.And I think that problem is your buffer settings.

Devices/devices setup/vst audiobay/and then choose lexicon asio driver.
Under that control there is lexicon asio I thing,press control panel in that section and reduce your latency to 10 ms or higher,12 or 15 ms.

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Andrew Cockburn
Jun 7 2008, 01:02 PM
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Are you using the ASIO drivers that came with the lexicon? If not, that could be part of the problem. Also try adjusting the latency as Nemanja suggests.

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Possibly ASIO driver problem. Reinstalling drivers should be the most logical step imo. ALso check for driver compatibility issues with Cubase LE 4 on Steinberg's site.

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