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Thread Cubase SX 2.0

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nunoduarte

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1 Posted on 02/05/2004 at 04:49:01
What exactly do u guys know about cubases' probs?
I'm using SX 2.0 and it crashes sometimes....
can u help me please?
I'm running: Xp Pro
2.2Ghz
512 RAM
SB Live! 4.1


Thank you
keylord

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2 Posted on 02/25/2004 at 05:03:09
I use Cubase sx 2 too, with the upgrade and I see that it crashes many times.... the only way I found to work well is to wait after each command you make...

In fact, if you note in the performance window, you can see that even if you only push "play", the CPU goes to the max level.

I think that PC crashes for bad management of system resurces (a bug due to the complexity of the program), so you have to make action very slowly.

I hope you understand me beside my English... :rolleyes: if not tell me and I try to find a translator....

P.S.... try Logic.... it's better ;)
nunoduarte

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3 Posted on 02/26/2004 at 04:36:11
thanx for the reply!

your english is good, i could understand u perfectly!

if u want a translator go to BABYLON

;)

thanx
wendl_en

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4 Posted on 08/27/2004 at 08:30:53
do you use an ASIO 2.0 sound card? that is the question

With Direct X sound cards, cubase often craches
pax

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5 Posted on 08/28/2004 at 14:23:10
To ease up things for XP users; tuning for DAW
www.pcmus.com

I've changed from 1.01 to 2.0, two days later I did a clean install and went back to 1.01. 2.0 is not stable
regards pax
pax

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6 Posted on 08/31/2004 at 05:34:50
www.musicxp.net
inf1n1te5adne55

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7 Posted on 11/05/2004 at 08:29:39
When i was using Cubase SX with the Creative Live! 5.1 system - it would crash all the time if you were in a rush to perform memory intesive actions. Now i am using the Edirol UA 1000 audio interface and it runs like a dream. I dont the technicalities of this but its the only thing in my system that has changed so i assume this was the fix.

All in all it has made recording a more pleasurable experience - nothing worse than having to reload all the time and do production work you have already done!

laters
Ziggx

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8 Posted on 02/24/2006 at 15:48:57
Using audition(great editer) hassle free 4 a while now until i throw a delta 44(with latest drivers) and sx2 into the equation now audition needs 2 be installed every time i need 2 use it ! Other wise the exe just wont run (not even an error message!) think it may be that sx2 uses and modifies a file that audition needs but how 2 get round this HELP!
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