CPU Dropping Out / Music Cutting

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Jimmi G
Wed Aug 31, 2011 7:40 pm

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CPU Dropping Out / Music Cutting

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If you look at the CPU load, you'll notice it hit 0% for what was about 1 second. This seems mostly to be caused when a channel in the mixer is set to pickup audio from a source (in this and every case, a mic) also with edison. Even if I am not recording, if it is set to take input, over time when playing back (or even idling), at some point the CPU will drop to 0% and every processing thing is skipped. This is particularly irritating when I am recording a vocal, and then the music, recording, and all else cuts out for a second, rending whatever recording practically unusable. Any insight as to why this might be happening. I'm running on a new laptop with an i7 Q740. I am not having any problems with other software.

Thanks in Advance

reflex
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Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:39 am

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Re: CPU Dropping Out / Music Cutting

Try disabling "smart disable" (either globally ...


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