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Recording Errors in ProX4 with Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen


DerekOwen
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Hello,

Running ProX4 on Windows 10 (brand new computer) with brand new Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (3rd Gen). I am now getting "recording errors" when I try to record. I found some old forum posts that involve editing the INI file but the instructions don't match what I see in the INI file (e.g. there's no section called [SETUP]). Any help or direction would be appreciated.

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  1. Have you downloaded & installed the very latest driver for your interface?
  2. Have you selected the ASIO driver in Samplitude (Y key > System Devices > Audio System)?
  3. Have you tried increasing the number of samples for the interface in its control panel (which may increase latency, but improve stability)?
  4. Have you tried changing the value for the VIP Object Buffer in Samplitude?
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On 7/31/2020 at 1:56 PM, Silent Sky said:
  1. Have you downloaded & installed the very latest driver for your interface?
  2. Have you selected the ASIO driver in Samplitude (Y key > System Devices > Audio System)?
  3. Have you tried increasing the number of samples for the interface in its control panel (which may increase latency, but improve stability)?
  4. Have you tried changing the value for the VIP Object Buffer in Samplitude?

Thanks for the response/help.

1. Yes.

2. Yes.

3. It's set at 44100. How high should I go?

4. I changed the buffer in the Interface. Not sure where the Object Buffer is in Samplitude. Also, I've now update to ProX5

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