Canoehead Posted September 4, 2004 Share Posted September 4, 2004 Somebody Help! I have been struggling with a strange problem for months. Customer support staff at M Audio have devoted a great deal of time to help me resolve this issue, but, so far no luck. No response from Cakewalk. Here is the low down: Software: Cakewalk home studio 2004; Window XP Home Service Pack 1; Virtual Sound Canvas, Sample Tank Free, Hardware: Pentium 4 @ 2.6 GHz, Intel D865GBF mobo, 1 G RAM, Sound Blaster Live, M Audio Audiophile USB, Roland FP 1, Roland VK 8, Korg X5D, USB mouse. Problem: Upon playback, the initial pitch of all virtual instrument tracks is too high. Within a couple of seconds, it usually has returned to where it should be; sometimes it continues to fluctuate. This occurs with projects I have recorded and the samples included with Home studio. If there is audio present in the project the problem does not occur. I checked MIDI data and it does not appear to be wonky controller messages, ie pitch bend. In fact, a similar problem recently happened with an AUDIO track upon playback. No problems using the Audiophile with Windows Media Player and various games. This problem occurs only when using the Audiophile with ASIO drivers, not WDM and I do not have this problem with the Soundblaster. I bootded up with the USB mouse disconnected, same problem. I thought these two devices might somehow be interfering with each other. Thanks, Gord Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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