Crackling audio on and off in sonar 8

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2010/05/01 14:58:37 (permalink)

Crackling audio on and off in sonar 8

I just pulled up a couple of year old sonar file to remix a song and i'm getting a on and off crackling noise.  At first it did it throughout the whole song.  Now it plays find for a second then it makes the noise for a couple of seconds and then it goes back to normal.  I have a i3 processor with 4 gigs of ram and 250 gig hard drive so i know its not my system.  I also have a m-audio mobilepre usb with the lastest drivers...  plus the file has only 16 audio tracks with minimal effects.  What could be the issue??
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    themanager
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    Re:Crackling audio on and off in sonar 8 2010/05/01 15:03:14 (permalink)
    *correction* in sonar 8 it does it for a second and plays normal for a while.  But its sonar 8.5 where it is normal than crackling noise then normal.  CRAZY.  HELP!!!
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    Re:Crackling audio on and off in sonar 8 2010/05/01 15:11:03 (permalink)
    now its doing it in sonar 8 continuously.  Crackling.  
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    Re:Crackling audio on and off in sonar 8 2010/05/01 16:30:54 (permalink)
    Are you running in ASIO or WDM driver mode (Options-Audio-Advanced)? If WDM, run the Wave Profiler so it sets the options properly for the card.

    Try moving the latency slider in Options-Audio to the right and see if it goes away. If you have the latency set lower than the soundcard can handle, it will make noise.

    Go to Options-Audio-Drivers and make sure only the M-Audio drivers are selected for input and output.

    What version of Windows? Unless you're running 64 bit Vista or 64-bit Windows 7, you can only use up to 3GB of the 4GB you have installed.




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    Re:Crackling audio on and off in sonar 8 2010/05/01 16:50:42 (permalink)
    yes i am running the asio drivers with the m audio drivers the only one selected.  I am running windows 7 64 bit but running the 32 bit version of sonar.  I tried all the usual stuff but none of it seems 2 be helping.
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