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Audio stutters using Tascam US1800 and Toshiba laptop.

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#1 sonhouse


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Posted 01 July 2014 - 09:58 AM

Win 7, 8 gigs ram, dual core. 


When I have several tracks up and want to listen to one of the tracks and edit it, (using Cakewalk Sonar X3) the audio stutters and video gets jerky also. 


Question is: Would that situation be helped by going to a SSD hybrid drive? 


Is the CPU just too slow to keep up? It's audio at 24 bits 96,000 samples per second. And maybe 4 tracks. Is that too much for a CPU to keep up with? There is no video. That is about 9.2 megabits per second to deal with. What would be the major slowdown here? 

When I get through, say, adding a track, the audio comes out fine, it is just in the editing process while listening to a track and recording another that the audio stutters but it ends up ok, the stuttering audio is not recorded, the result is fine.

Edited by sonhouse, 01 July 2014 - 10:01 AM.

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