I have Audacity 2.3.3 and windows 10 64. Line6 ux1
Mi laptop is new and before i was audacity in other pc and worked well.
Now, the problem is that i import a track mp3 and try to record guitars along the track mp3. In this case, the guitars sound bad, sound in a lower tone and slower.
It is the same if i generate i rithmy track and record guitars… The guitar sound bad, out of tone and slower. Before i was seeing a pop up telling me that another program is consuming a lot of computer resources and Audacity had lost parts of the track… more or less…
Before i was seeing a pop up telling me that another program is consuming a lot of computer resources and Audacity had lost parts of the track… more or less…
Don’t run other applications while recording and try to minimize any background operations. Some people get an improvement by temporarily disabling their anti-virus and/or Wi-Fi.
Also, try increasing your [u]Buffer Length[/u].
…Your computer is always multitasking, even when you’re only running one application. When you record the audio comes-in at a smooth-constant rate and it goes into a buffer (a small amount of memory, like a holding tank or a long pipe). When the operating system gets around to it, it reads the buffer in a quick burst and writes the data to your hard drive. If the buffer doesn’t get read in time you get buffer overflow and a glitch.
There is also a playback buffer that works the opposite way. It gets filled in a quick-burst and the audio comes-our at a smooth-constant rate. In this case the danger is buffer underflow.
Note that the other tasks don’t have to be using lots of CPU power. Something just has to “hog” the system for a few milliseconds too long, and you get a glitch.
If you have trouble solving the problem, there is a free online book about optimizing your computer for audio called [u]Glitch Free[/u].
Thanks for your help.
I fix the problem. I had different frequency on my sound card and on my show. There was 410000 in Audacity and 480000 in the configuration of the sound card.
I’ve solved this and I’m already able to record correctly