This really sounds like what is happening. But my buffer is already ate the maximum. How can I move more the latency down? And any clue why this didn't happened before for like almost one year and then suddenly it started?
Edit: Ok, I downloaded it and been reading their page. Now I know What is the problem (I think I do) but not sure of how will I solve this...
Edit2: Affter a LOT of research I'm finally getting to somewhere. there are there are SO MANY things that can cause this problem so I'll leave my results to help anyone who need it:
-I downloaded the LatencyMon as Max Arwood suggests by the link: https://www.resplendence.com/latencymon I also read a lot of information at the site (other links below)
- LatencyMon will indicate what your problems are only, there is a Native Access video where you can find more help of how to discover your problems and how to solve the most common ones. In the video description I found a link for a PDF with some driver solutions (I'll leave the link below)
Edit 3 (some quick updates information)
- Basically try to update all your drivers (if it doesn't work try to reinstall the ones you already have).
- Them update your windows.
- Be sure that there's no virus in your computer. I had no virus in mine but it might cause alot of trouble other than audio latency.
- You can also try to close everything but your DAW and disable TEMPORARILY your antivirus and disconnect the internet.
If your latencyMom is all green and you still have issues with audio. The problem (sadly) It's probably that your CPU can't handle what you're doing. If so, try to open a new project with only an audio track. If there is no audio problems in this case you'll probably need a better processor...
I could find the solution for most of my issues with this. Really thanks for every one who tried to help me.