Adobe Audition 2.0 hiccup during record process

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by joewo, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. joewo

    joewo Guest

    Hi there

    I have Adobe Audition 2.0 and it seems to have a consistent hiccup
    during the initial recording process. It seems to occur EVERY time i
    record at 2:30 to 2:45 into the record process.

    i record as a WAV file at 44100 stereo 16 bit. i have the cache set
    in Audition to 32 megs.i have win xp on a 2.4 ghz chip with 512 ram.
    i have turned off all other programs when i try to record and i went
    into startup and turned off all of the unneeded programs there as
    well.

    as i record the process goes along just fine until i get to 2:30 to
    2:45 when there is an audible hiccup for about 1/2 a second where it
    actually stops recording and then it immediately picks up recording
    after the hiccup. so during the hiccup the system misses that 1/2
    second of audio that is being fed to it....so the audio being fed to
    the computer for that 1/2 second is not recorded in the resulting
    audio track. when i look at the wave form visually there is the
    hiccup of just dead air which matches the audio output. this hapens
    every time at 2:30 to 2:45.

    i changed the cache to 1 meg for grins and it happened at the same
    time again.

    i tried to watch the CPU in TaskManager and it seems to be going along
    at about 35% without change during the whole thing.

    i am wondering if the visual audio wave form could be causing this?

    any ideas?
    Thanks!
     
    joewo, Jul 23, 2006
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    doS Guest

    try Tums
     
    doS, Jul 23, 2006
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    Toolman Tim Guest

    Back about 25 years ago when I was working at a local diner, I had a very
    nice Mexican lady teach me how to get rid of hiccups. You know those little
    sugar packets in the restaurants that holds about a teaspoon? Swallow the
    contents dry. Of course, a spoonful from the kitchen does the same thing.
    It's never failed me yet.
     
    Toolman Tim, Jul 24, 2006
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    don ward Guest

    It sounds to me like the buffer empties out and the pause is time it
    takes to refill from the hd.
    I would suggest a slower recording speed if these are music tracks try
    setting the record speed to max of 8/12X see if any thing changes
    I am running a pent [email protected] 2.4 mhz with i gig or ram and burn at 12X for
    music never have a hic-up

    dnw
     
    don ward, Jul 24, 2006
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