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Greg Bartusch

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Issues with my audio interface with Waves Multirack
« on: July 16, 2019, 01:56:37 am »

I recently purchased Waves Multirack with c6, Renascence Reverb amd CLA Vocals. I'm running this on a analog  A&H GL2400 with a M-Audio Fast Track Pro interface and I'm using this for live sound in a club.  The problem I am having is when I run the plugin to an insert in a channel, I get distortion when soloing the channel, I had my plugins working the first day, but now I get a distorted sound coming out when using the plugin. I'm not overloading the signal. Should I try a different audio interface? Any suggestions on an interface to use for waves on an analog console? It is very frustrating  that I cant get these plugins dialed in. Any help would be great. Thanks all.
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Tim McCulloch

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Re: Issues with my audio interface with Waves Multirack
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2019, 02:12:07 am »

Hi Greg-

You say this worked, once?  What changed?  Just power down and walk away or break it all down, move it, possibly use parts elsewhere, then it didn't work?

Is the distortion you hear when soloing an input louder than the signal when the insert is removed?

Is there a possibility of a sample rate difference somewhere?
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Re: Issues with my audio interface with Waves Multirack
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2019, 09:26:33 am »

Have you tried different sample rates and is your computer optimized for the task?

The latency on the CLA vocals is 193 samples, try it without that and see if it improves. Also the R Verb and CLA Vocals burn a lot of CPU power.I'd recommend a quad core cpu with at least 8 gigs of ram.
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Greg Bartusch

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Re: Issues with my audio interface with Waves Multirack
« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2019, 02:37:59 pm »

Hi Greg-

You say this worked, once?  What changed?  Just power down and walk away or break it all down, move it, possibly use parts elsewhere, then it didn't work?

Is the distortion you hear when soloing an input louder than the signal when the insert is removed?

Is there a possibility of a sample rate difference somewhere?
I didn't check the sample rate. I don't exactly know what changed. So my interface is fine to use for this?
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Greg Bartusch

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Re: Issues with my audio interface with Waves Multirack
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2019, 02:41:29 pm »

Have you tried different sample rates and is your computer optimized for the task?

The latency on the CLA vocals is 193 samples, try it without that and see if it improves. Also the R Verb and CLA Vocals burn a lot of CPU power.I'd recommend a quad core cpu with at least 8 gigs of ram.
I have an older laptop. A Toshiba Satellite i3 processor with 4gig of ram.
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Re: Issues with my audio interface with Waves Multirack
« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2019, 09:12:56 pm »

Try increasing your buffer size. This will increase roundtrip latency, but it's where I'd start with troubleshooting.

-Russ
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