Hey Alex, Thanks for posting! Did you hear the file in attachment? That's calle Glitch - record it and get it out there. You may need to change the power scheme. I'm using Snow Leopard, quad-core system. Buffer in Ableton is set to 256, i tried increasing it, but it does not influence the clicking. I have plugged the same setup into my laptop and the issue still is present. I tried like everything all kind od different drivers for audio, everything updated to latest drivers, reinstall windows.
It had something to do with sample rates, even though I had everything at 48k I couldn't get rid of it. Unfortunately I was so new at the software that i took a few months to really start recording audio in a serious way and assumed these static sounds were from unbalanced electrical currents in my apartment or something, it wasn't until buying a voltage regulator that I realized it was a digital issue. I'm having the same problem while using it in logic. After extensive research I disabled the Intel SpeedStep and TurboMode technology which automatically increases the clock speed of the processor under heavy load. I also tried recording in Garage Band just to see if the problem followed me over to different software and it did.
Each computer's hardware and software configuration is unique and as a result, there is no one setting that I could suggest - it will be unique to your own configuration. Although - dburns - I'm testing that theory now. When I listen through the headphone directly on the headphone output of the X32 or the main output and the Monitoring Output, everything are alright. I designated one as master, the other as slave, and the noise was eliminated. I'm running it on a Macbook pro, 2.
James Holden will play it. The third deserves some explanation; I'm really digging on this one. Not getting the noise in Pro Tools of course. All useless Then I install driver and connected the card to Mac machine. Apologies in front: this is not an optimistic post.
What is your audio latency set to in ableton and logic? If your software does require very high performance, the distortions can happen at a time when something is being run close to its limits. To get this sounding just right I had to work a little Ableton magic. I've used those samples to create a pretty excellent Ableton Live Pack for you all! Even for simple projects it goes crackling and stopping all of a sudden. I twinkled with the buffer size, the sample rate, the error compensation and though it seemed to solve the problem for a few seconds, it came back after a minute of recording. I do not know so much to answer your question directly, unfortunately. I can't link right now as I'm on mobile but that's definitely it. Here's what you get: 2.
From what you're describing, it sounds like part of the modeling process. Any help would be so appreciated. And under Performance Options, Advanced tab, adjust for best performance of 'Background Services'. You can always revert to original settings if they don't help. I created a support ticket, but rather not wait over a week to get the answer. If you go to Japan and ask your sushi in the wrong or vague laguage, you might get different results than you expected.
Certified Training All over the globe, a growing group of trainers and institutions are offering approved Ableton teaching at all skill levels, both for individuals and groups. Think of the signal path to try to isolate the problem. English isn't my native language, I hope this made it a bit clearer what I'm trying to say. The mixer and microphone were working fine no audio interface as far as I remember there was no issue with crackling. No crackle from my mic input though. The recording is doing well, however when I listen what I have recorded there are some crackling.
So, its not just an Ableton problem. I tell you, 80% of my past problems where comming from the computer. I don't use the axe fx usb anymore at all, in fact I went back to analog into my x32 and use the x32 usb and have no issues and notice no difference in quality. If that's not the problem, borrow a different mic from someone and plug it in, see if it makes a difference. I'm 100% certain the idea of using a wizard like this came up in the Ableton team and they made the distinct decision to not include it.