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I have a little problem, and its never happened before...
Yesterday I was working on a hiphop track and all of a sudden, whilt playing it through it started skipping and stopping and starting....and ever since I cannot play it all the way through without it doing so...
I noticed that when the CPU Load was like so;
Anyone know how to fix this?
Thanks in advance :]
i think i know what you mean. i have the same problem if i have too many tracks cos my computer ain't great and can't take it. don't know really what to suggest. I just export the samples and put them toghether on acid music studio which doesn't use as much memory. i hope that is what you meant. good luck
Maybe its because I have too many un-used samples layed out on the step sequencer?
I'm gonna delete the ones I i'm not using to create the track with..
But the track itself, I'v only used a beat loop from looperman, and the rest i'v made myself ..
I'll delete the un-used samples and then see if it works..if not..please post if you have any more ideas,
Try this. Press F10 or go to the options menu manually. Go to audio. There you will see a buffer bar. I think it's usually at 32ms or sumthing. The higher you put the buffer rate, the less choppy sounding your song will be at. Mine is at 40-80ms sometimes, which means I have a crappy computer. Also, play around with the buttons under it, like polling, hardware buffer, 32bit buffer and safe over load. Experiment with those until your underruns is low, to about 0 - 10ish. Underruns is the stopping, or choppy sounds heard in a song. Hopes this helps. It helps me.
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