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Thread problems with FL Studio 6 and Cubase VST 5

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silverbot01

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1 Posted on 03/13/2006 at 14:15:24
Hello, I've been playing around with FL Studio quite a bit lately and just recently i wanted to add vocals to one of my songs. To do this i wanted to export a 16-bit WAV file and import it into Cubase. It imported correctly but the playback was much different than that of FL Studio, alot of the time the sound would mute itself for a couple seconds when 'too much' was going on.I dont know if this is a clipping issue or something wrong with the export or if Cubase's settings can help.

Your help is much appreciated.

2.8GHZ Pentium IV HT
1gb DDR2 RAM
ATI Radeon x300se 128mb
40gb + 120gb SATA drives
Primary Sound Device: Sound Blaster Live! 24-bit
Sound Recording/Midi: E-Mu 1820m without sync card installed

PS: I used the Sound Blaster for FL Studio output and when using Cubase all in 44.1khz mode, Cubase was also in a 24-bit recording mode...but the 16-bit setting didnt help.
silverbot01

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2 Posted on 04/13/2006 at 19:02:42
bumping... still havent fixed this problem
bleachjt

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3 Posted on 05/01/2006 at 02:11:47
I have the excact same problem. It seems to happen when Im using VST plugins such as Kontakt. I have no problem playing the song in FL Studio though. Is there some other way of recording it maybe?
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