[E-MU0202 FL Studio 9] DAW or E-MU problem?

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invictus
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[E-MU0202 FL Studio 9] DAW or E-MU problem?

Post by invictus » Sat Dec 10, 2011 7:18 am

Hey

It sometimes happens that when I work in FL Studio, I get a lil freeze, and after that the FL Studio's signal gets distorted..I mean you can play sounds and all, but they are all distorted. I have to quit FL Studio and turn it on back again. Does anyone have/had the same problem? My audio interface is E-MU 0202 which I have to replace with a better one since I can't turn on 2 audio programs at once (eg FL and Winamp)..
and sometimes only FL Studio works, when I quit it and want to listen to something on youtube, I get no sound, I usually have to relog the system ._.
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Re: [E-MU0202 FL Studio 9] DAW or E-MU problem?

Post by Mindforce » Sat Dec 10, 2011 7:49 am

Hey dude I have FL Studio 10 so it might not be the same. But I'll see if I can help.

I'm not too sure what you mean by distorted, but If it's a crackly sound that you get, then it's probably because the buffer length of your sound driver is set too low. I use the ASIO4ALL sound driver which comes with FL Studio and is needed to record audio input. I don't know anything about E-MU 0202 but if you use the ASIO4ALL one FL Studio recommends having the buffer length at a minimum of 400 samples.

Higher buffer length gives a clearer sound (because it gives the computer more time to process it) but creates noticeable lag in the audio. While lower buffer length reduces lag, but can cause underruns/crackly sound.

So try playing around with the buffer length in your audio driver/interface settings (start from higher up) and see if that reduces the "distortion".

It may be nothing to do with that at all, but it's possible that it is. Anyway I hope it helps ;)
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Re: [E-MU0202 FL Studio 9] DAW or E-MU problem?

Post by invictus » Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:35 am

No no, I meant that I have buffer size set at 10-20ms and everything is perfectly fine, I don't have lags, and no crackly sound but sometimes there's this moment when distortion 'kicks in' right after a tiny freeze.. by distortion I mean like if you put overdrive effect on master.
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Re: [E-MU0202 FL Studio 9] DAW or E-MU problem?

Post by Mindforce » Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:57 am

Ok yeah I don't know dude. If no one else on here can help you, you should try the image-line forums. That's what the support section is there for I guess.
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