If I go to audio devices and open up the asio control panel for whatever driver I am using, the problems disappear for a while. If you would like to be considered for our whitelist, message the mods! I don’t really have anything to say about the PreSonus. Submit a new text post. Comment manipulation edits made to conceal behavior is strictly prohibited. Your problem sounds very similar to mine, but I have never had any other audio hardware installed on this computer, so maybe that isn’t part of the problem. This includes the comment area of youtube videos as well as anything that’s embedded into the video itself.
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I’m not asking for help with the Cubase, just providing more info, if anyone can make any sense of this mess. If you already have more plugins choose I’d go with the Steinberg.
These are frequent enough to make mixing impossible. But I totally wouldn’t recommend the Lexicon Alpha since it’s a 10 year old low end interface. Want to add to the discussion? Guitar Rig’s low point is the amp simulation, the effects are pretty good and the routing is very flexible.
Lexicon Alpha ASIO Multiple Clients [QUESTION] : Guitar
If it’s the later, you are in the wrong alpna. Loud bursts of static that made recording impossible when using the ASIO driver its fine using any other driver.
Problems with Lexicon Alpha. Bias has great amp simulation, but their effects in Bias FX are pretty weird and really hit or miss.
Thanks a alpga man, I’m probably gonna go for the steinberg Ur12 then. We like to promote discussion. I’m still on XP, so this might only be marginally helpful. If I have the Alpha connected but set the audio device outputs in REAPER to the laptop’s built-in speakers, the number of audio glitches is greatly reduced. It doesn’t see it, nor can it be found opening the insert browser, nor can I figure out how to set the path.
This is a measure to combat trolling, ban-dodging, and spam. It also has the best preamps and converters out of all the lower end interface.
If the Alpha is not plugged in at all and I use the laptop speakers, there are no glitches at all. That’s interesting; as you can see, my asio4all control panel does not have a “lexicon direct device” option. The Softube plugins that come bundled with it are mostly dumbed down versions and a couple of pretty crappy plugins, none of the good stuff.
Comment manipulation edits made to conceal behavior is strictly prohibited. They also have so many effects but no decent utility parametric EQ and their “Tube Compressor” is based on an according to their website The is an FET compressor, not a tube compressor.
Problems with Lexicon Alpha [Archive] – Cockos Incorporated Forums
I tried reinstalling the driver and using diff versions of the driver and using a diff bank of USB port, this made no difference at all, I think I may have solved the problem though: And does anyone know how to get Reaper to “see” EZ Drummer?
Does anyone know how I can make this interface work? I don’t really understand what these things do, so I don’t know if that is relevant. All of this is said considering you already chose a DAW, if you haven’t, check out Reaperit has an unlimited free trial in addition to being pretty much the best DAW on the market.
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I doesn’t fit my personal style. My question is that if I purchased an interface like the Lexicon Alpha would I be able to hear both my guitar and programs like Chrome at the same time? Seems as though they don’t like USB I think it is a driver conflict akpha. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.
But a few weeks ago I started getting problems during playback. I will google this and see if I can turn up anything. But your settings look considerably different from mine, so I thought I’d chime in.