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FWIW, I am using a Focusrite 18i20 and don't seem to be experiencing this.

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10 minutes ago, bdickens said:

FWIW, I am using a Focusrite 18i20 and don't seem to be experiencing this.

Good to know, thanks -- how else is it treating you?

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On 4/21/2022 at 4:44 PM, Sheds said:

Good to know, thanks -- how else is it treating you?

I actually ended up buying a Focusrite -- will report.

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On 5/4/2022 at 1:27 PM, Sheds said:

I actually ended up buying a Focusrite -- will report.

Ok, maybe this is the end of my saga -- not sure if anyone is still there.  But I said I'd report. 

I got the Focusrite 18i8.  I installed it at the end of last week --  all went smoothly (I did spill a cup of coffee on the floor moving things around, but I don't think I can blame Focusrite on that -- though I did tell me wife it was their fault).

The important news is that everything works now just like it did before I upgraded my computer.  Cakewalk works like it always had.   If nothing else, I'm glad to know I wasn't doing anything stupid.  Man, that was frustrating. 

Truth be told, I have had no problems with the Steinberg until the new computer and sorry to see it go -- in some ways it was nicer.  But, you know life goes on.

Thanks for everyone jumping in with advice. 

 

 

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