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Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Platinum
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Thread Creative Audigy 2 distortion/fuzz errors with Creative ASIO drivers

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Dulin

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1 Posted on 03/22/2006 at 01:35:40
Hi there!

I use a Creative Audigy 2 ZS Platinum Pro soundcard with my Cubase SX3.

When I use MIDI in a project de soundcard mostly starts to distort/fuzz all the sound. I have to restart Cubase to get it fixed...for a while.
This is especially the case in a project with lots of tracks.

Anyone else who go this problem? And even better: anyone else who solved it?

Cheers,

Dulin.
cornet1

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2 Posted on 07/21/2006 at 03:01:10
Hi, I experience the same problem. Thought it might be a feedback loop type noise, which for me only happens using VST sounds.
Solution? get a better sound card, M audio or I use an M Audio Fast Track usb box, which by passes the sound card and gets rid of ALL latency too!
KitC

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3 Posted on 07/21/2006 at 20:09:39
Always use 48 khz as the default samplerate for Creative's cards.
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