Well this made it more how I want it.HeathW wrote:OH SNAP..Maximusz wrote:Solved that drifty audio clock issue, it turns out to be a Spectrum Spread setting in the BIOS.
I always turn these options off when I build machines, but these new Z370 and X399 motherboards
have 3 separate Spectrum Spreads for the CPU, VRM's and PCI-E ports.
These settings are in different places in the BIOS and are easy to forget about.
Turning this off dramatically improves FL Studio's playback from sounding drifty/ floaty.
I also turned off XMP Memory because this seems to have a big affect on real-time playback for audio interfaces.
You would think high frequncies DD4 memory kits like 3200mhz would be good for music software because of the high bandwidth.
USB audio interfaces seem to work much better with lower memory frequncies and latencies kind of like how the old DDR3 is setup.
I forgot to turn those off on my most recent daw build.. thanks for the reminder Maximusz
wondering before reboot to change it - does it cure the tempo drift on live play? I'm sure it can cure the other issues..
that might be the cause of the issues I previously mentioned..
Explain this tempo drift what do you mean?