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  1. Like so many issues, the fix to this seems to be: Reset Focusrite 18i20 to initial values Uninstall CWbB Reinstall CWbB Thanks for all who attempted to help. Quite the long learning experience, but I'm glad to have CW working normally now.
  2. @bdickensI know that I do not have electrical connection problems. No, this is something that is happening within CW. Other audio apps and DAWs are working great.
  3. I can't speak for original poster, but I"m using a Focusrite 18i20, 2nd generation. The projects that this is occuring on , are projects that previously played fine: and all is 24 bit, 46.1 (or whatever the standard rate for CDs is - I'm trying to do two things at once) I also have a weird latency issue going on that I've been trying to resolve since dec 2020, and it may or may not be related. The waveform appears with the "now marker" but the sound is a few milleseconds behind : this occurs in all projects, midi and audio. If I click the "internal clock" button, it will play / record correctly with the "now marker" matching playback, but only ONCE. Then it reverts back.
  4. I've been offline for 2 weeks, and have not used cw since then, but I'm kind of having the same issue. Its only recently started for me, and I've made no other changes to my settings, until , today. I'm getting ready to test changing the buffer latency on mine, too.
  5. Thanks for posting! Someday, I may do something for my Ensoniq TS, but having time to set it up is the issue.
  6. I have the opposite problem: unless I click "internal sync" for each time I press playback or record, then I see the waveform edge, and the audio playing back about a beat too late. On all tracks. Midi or audio. I've reported it twice on here, but so far, no fix.
  7. Offset Mode? Breaking out the online CW manual, now!
  8. I've attempted to upload a GIF image: while there is no audible sound, you can see more clearly what I'm talking about. The meters do not activate until beat 2 (or so) of bar 4. That's when I hear playback, unless I tap on Internal Sync.
  9. Yes, I always use direct monitoring, thanks - - > I've checked my settings, too as described above for driver settings and sync and caching: they are what they are supposed to be. How weird.
  10. Thanks, John!! I'll double check all these settings as soon as I get back to my cw machine. I'm pretty sure I have them set correctly, but will double check. Esp the RECORD AND LATENCY settings. Off the top of my head, don't remember noticing that before.
  11. lmu2002, I'm still workingn on that, as well. It has to be manually done, and I've tried to follow the instructions from both the manual, and other posts in here. I've not been successful, and after a sufficient amount of time, I'll try again. I have read that others (in other forums outside of here) have been successful, but they did not post what exactly they did. Once its set up, they say it works great.
  12. I agree. If I have a track or tracks, already recorded, then try to record a new track without hitting the Internal Sync button, this is what happens. I hear when I'm supposed to come in. Record the new track. Then, when I playback the whole thing, the newly recorded track is behind the older track(s). Now that I'm typing this, I have not reported that part of it before. The old track(s), lets say, starts on the 1st beat of the measure, and visually appears so. My newly recorded track, will be behind by that 20ms or however long the delay is. Its weird. If I remember to tap, Internal Sync before recording, then all is well. I've never had to that before Christmas 2020. I've always just armed a track, pressed record and went with it. As further info, I tested this last nite: I usually record an audio-metronome track. So, on a project last night, I thought I'd play both CW's built in metronome and my audio track metronome: they both sounded at the same time, but slightly behind where the playmarker said they should be.
  13. I've been using keylab 49 essential since this past Christmas. The bundled software works great in CW. You can use the instruments inside of CW like any other soft instruments, or use the Analog Lab software and other instruments from your PC's desktop. Make sure that you are getting Analog Lab V! It is a beast - in a good way - and beats the daylights out of Analog Lab 4, even tho, it is good, too. Just , I think the "V" is way better, and I can't tell you why... it just is.
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