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Hi there!

Maybe somebody asked already but earlier when you have managed to make good mixes were you using same monitors and mixing in same room than today ? Maybe the ctrl room you have has too reverbrant walls / ceiling over emphasing mid range and maybe your monitors are not working in that space and having too much highs and when you are mixing you are getting mix which sounds ok in your ctrl room but muddy and sparkless elsewhere. Try mi ing on cans just to check if you can see any difference. Long term solution it is not but just for verification. If it is down to monitoring during mixing it CAN be soundcard issue as well.

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It really sucks when it happens after getting a new setup or something..
Anyways, soundcard issue of some kind is not impossible (could be faulty driver or anything I guess). Try another setup of hardware if you can (computer, soundcard, monitors, mixer...). Some hours of work if you switch one thing at a time...
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He is a troll
It is that simple in this case

Case closed

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braunie wrote:Hi there!

Maybe somebody asked already but earlier when you have managed to make good mixes were you using same monitors and mixing in same room than today ? Maybe the ctrl room you have has too reverbrant walls / ceiling over emphasing mid range and maybe your monitors are not working in that space and having too much highs and when you are mixing you are getting mix which sounds ok in your ctrl room but muddy and sparkless elsewhere. Try mi ing on cans just to check if you can see any difference. Long term solution it is not but just for verification. If it is down to monitoring during mixing it CAN be soundcard issue as well.

My 2 cents

I unplugged my old DAW and plugged this one right back in its place. The room is well battered and very flat. Like I stated in previous post this new PC sounded incredible the first week I had it. It was sparkling crisp and clear especially noticeable on my softer acoustical guitar recordings. I recorded a new song and went to bed after a close to final mix and woke up the next morning to windows booting up like it was the first time it ever ran. All my tweaks, programs, freshly uploaded files and my new song files all gone and unrecoverable. Microsoft nor Asus had no solution and said I had to start from scratch. I'm not sure if there may have been a power spike, virus or what happened but it hasn’t sounded the same since.

There are several post on disappearing files after W7 updates and Audio issues reported on the M-Audio forums. Just no solutions posted yet that I can find. It's frustrating especially when you’re looking for help and you get these lame a@# troll comments and telling you mixes you post for trouble shooting are crap. They didn’t obviously read my entire post where I stated these good mixes sound like crap on my new PC. It’s not the mixes it’s the PC. I can’t explain it myself why a good mix taken directly off of a master CD imported then directly exported would inherit the phase and sonic issues I hear but they do.

Direct monitoring through my board sounds fine so I don't think it's the problem. Everything audio related I listen to on this system no matter the source sounds out of phase and washed out. Every disk I burn seems to pick up the same phase issues I hear during playback. Even freshly ripped store-bought CD files burned directly after the fact.

I just added a second optical drive and will do a straight copy to see if I get the same results.
One thing I didn't check was Asio 4 All. I think originally I was using this on playback because I couldn't get my card to work outside of Cubase. I'm slowly hooking up my old stereo system and will bypass my M-Audio card and run directly out of the audio jack on my PC (On board sound) into my stereo to see if its Card related.

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zebbie wrote:Don't feed the Troll - Save a Goat

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Here we go again, must not be a whole lot going on in England. You must be the Goat in the picture. By reading your other post's it apperars you have little to say except pointless remarks. You should do something constructive likr trying to self straighten your teeth.

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Oh I forgot to say ya limey euro trash *blank* tosser bastard.

Sorry

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k8stribe wrote:Oh I forgot to say ya limey euro trash *blank* tosser bastard.

Sorry
Well that kind of insults the entire EU with an extra bit for the UK :lol:
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Split wrote:
k8stribe wrote:Oh I forgot to say ya limey euro trash *blank* tosser bastard.

Sorry
Well that kind of insults the entire EU with an extra bit for the UK :lol:
They normally say 'ur mom' or has that gone of of fashion these days.
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That's what my English bandmates would call eachother. Except for the Euro trash part of coarse. I did misspell teeth they spell it like this in England, "teef".

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Ok, back on topic. I like to solve problems - it's basically what I do.

k8stribe - one thing I may have mentioned but failed to properly communicate: You need to test the wav files themselves, BEFORE you burn them. You can double click on a wav and play it on the box right away. If you can listen to the wav file and tell that it's messed up, don't even bother burning it - something in Cubase is messed up.
On the other hand, if the wav files are fine, and the same recording is messed up after you burn it, there's your problem. This could be your burning software, it could be the CD drive, the Asus drivers - but at least you'll be playing ball on a much smaller field.

Basically, you need to be able to break down your problem half, and then half again, and so on - it's the only way you'll know for sure what the problem is and then specifically what you need to fix.

Oh, and if all this fails - get a Mac ;)

Cheers,
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OnkelGrusom wrote:He is a troll
It is that simple in this case

Case closed

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And I didn't even read the thread -- just the header told me that :lol:
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DaveDaveDave
Ok, back on topic. I like to solve problems - it's basically what I do.
I'm afraid you're not going to solve the village idiot's problem even though your heart's in the right place. Do you think someone who would write
Oh I forgot to say ya limey euro trash *blank* tosser bastard.
is someone we can take seriously on this forum? Judging by his/her/its spelling, k8stribe is a 17-year-old retard who wouldn't know a helpful poster if he tripped over one. We've been trying to get sense out of him now for about 3000 words, it's like being nice to a plague virus or a (self-confessed) village idiot - futile!

I know, I know - I'm feeding the troll :( but I have a feeling he won't be trolling much longer. Eurotrash are very hot on racist remarks.

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zebbie wrote:DaveDaveDave
Ok, back on topic. I like to solve problems - it's basically what I do.
I'm afraid you're not going to solve the village idiot's problem even though your heart's in the right place. Do you think someone who would write
Oh I forgot to say ya limey euro trash *blank* tosser bastard.
is someone we can take seriously on this forum? Judging by his/her/its spelling, k8stribe is a 17-year-old retard who wouldn't know a helpful poster if he tripped over one. We've been trying to get sense out of him now for about 3000 words, it's like being nice to a plague virus or a (self-confessed) village idiot - futile!

I know, I know - I'm feeding the troll :( but I have a feeling he won't be trolling much longer. Eurotrash are very hot on racist remarks.[/quote

learn how to post something constructive. if you want to come on this post just for the sake of making lame remarks save it. If you fire one at me I'll fire one back. Ya bloody limey. if you want to be a helpful poster I'm all ears. Now leave me alone and let me get back to by Sammy Smith's Oatmeal Stout and my bangers. You can have my kindney Pie though if you would like.And the spelling is from my keys being stuck togeather from my accessive addiction to Granny Porn.

And being the Village Idiot isin't as bad as you'd think. but I'm sure you already know that.

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Are you mastering on NS-10s ?
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DaveDaveDave wrote:Ok, back on topic. I like to solve problems - it's basically what I do.

k8stribe - one thing I may have mentioned but failed to properly communicate: You need to test the wav files themselves, BEFORE you burn them. You can double click on a wav and play it on the box right away. If you can listen to the wav file and tell that it's messed up, don't even bother burning it - something in Cubase is messed up.
On the other hand, if the wav files are fine, and the same recording is messed up after you burn it, there's your problem. This could be your burning software, it could be the CD drive, the Asus drivers - but at least you'll be playing ball on a much smaller field.

Basically, you need to be able to break down your problem half, and then half again, and so on - it's the only way you'll know for sure what the problem is and then specifically what you need to fix.

Oh, and if all this fails - get a Mac ;)

Cheers,
Dave


You are correct on the .wav sounding like crap before export. I'm sure the low rez .mp3's didn't help either. Like I stated some of the songs I posted were imported directly from a mastered CD mixed and mastered by a Grammy winning producer not just me. The others that I mixed and mastered sounded good enough to be purchased for commercial work. That’s what’s so frustrating; I can’t post anything that is close to what it really sounds like. I do have songs online but I don’t want to give that info out to everyone. Basically everything sounds bad outside of Cubase. Even in Cubase it's not 100%.

I was wondering if a possible power spike, Virus or some other issue may have caused my system to completely reboot as a fresh install and wipe my system.

And I did add a new optical drive but that did nothing. I think the board or the card is bad.
This is my 5th system since I started using Cubase in 97. I never had an audio related issue like this. On the old Cubase.net forum in the 100’s of posts and threads I submitted I never once experienced rude comments or the lack of respect I’ve had on this post.

It’s sad for us here that put in years of hard work learning to play instruments and learning how to write and play music from our souls. We have been hijacked by computer geeks that think writing music is all about cut, paste & remix. They have no idea what it’s like to spend hours jamming in a tiny sweat box for years for hours on end. Driving behind big tour busses in a cramped stretch van as a support act. Then finally after years of dedication and hard work you get your break, a 6 album multi-million dollar deal. You sit back and try to absorb what happened, pinch yourself to see if you’re dreaming. MTV (when they actually played music), mag shoots, radio interviews, everyone’s proud, everyone wants to be your friend.

As your packing and getting pumped about to hit the road on your first fully supported big tour Japan, Europe, Asia ect…. Before your albums released the carpet is pulled out from under your feet as you take in the news of your singer and bassist have just od’d on heroin. That’s when reality really bites there kiddies. It’s a hard thing to recover from. We had a unique mix of personalities that us left couldn’t replicate.

The violins have stopped, I wiped my tear. So anyways I backed up my files and this PC is going back to ASUS.
A Mac is sounding mo and mo betta. I do have a good all Aluminum Coolmaster case and everything sans the MB and CPU. Any recommendations on a budget priced AMD based MB that will work? I just sold my old 65 Fender Mustang to a friend and can put around $250-300 of the $$$$ into either a new MB and CPU or a new audio interface.

Thanks Dave for not adding Troll or un-subscribe or any non-constructive spin to your post, like I said before my wife is the only one I allow to get away with the name calling, she’ll kick my a#$ if I talk back.

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Poor, poor k8stribe as he or it wipes the tear from its eye (only one eye of course). The violins have stopped and the attention seeker has left the building.

It’s sad for us here that put in years of hard work learning to play instruments and learning how to write and play music from our souls. We have been hijacked by computer geeks that think writing music is all about cut, paste & remix. They have no idea what it’s like to spend hours jamming in a tiny sweat box for years for hours on end. Driving behind big tour busses in a cramped stretch van as a support act. Then finally after years of dedication and hard work you get your break, a 6 album multi-million dollar deal. You sit back and try to absorb what happened, pinch yourself to see if you’re dreaming. MTV (when they actually played music), mag shoots, radio interviews, everyone’s proud, everyone wants to be your friend.

Steiny - do we have to put up with these idiots??

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Paul Woodlock wrote:Are you mastering on NS-10s ?

No I just have PS 6's and old pair of titanium coned headphones that now leave tiny black pieces of leather on my pillow.

I'm not really set up to do a commercial grade master so I send my songs via snail mail to a friend in the Bay area that has an actual Pinked mastering room. He likes to bounce to an old analog 1/2" back to digi.

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zebbie wrote:Poor, poor k8stribe as he or it wipes the tear from its eye (only one eye of course). The violins have stopped and the attention seeker has left the building.

It’s sad for us here that put in years of hard work learning to play instruments and learning how to write and play music from our souls. We have been hijacked by computer geeks that think writing music is all about cut, paste & remix. They have no idea what it’s like to spend hours jamming in a tiny sweat box for years for hours on end. Driving behind big tour busses in a cramped stretch van as a support act. Then finally after years of dedication and hard work you get your break, a 6 album multi-million dollar deal. You sit back and try to absorb what happened, pinch yourself to see if you’re dreaming. MTV (when they actually played music), mag shoots, radio interviews, everyone’s proud, everyone wants to be your friend.

Steiny - do we have to put up with these idiots??

Why are even reading this thread if it so bothersome to you? You need to get a chick are get a wig for your hand or something. Are at least try to insult me with something witty or at least funny. Maybe you need to take up a healthy new hobbie like binge drinking, you might not be so dull and mundane then. Lifes too short, relax invest in a sense of humor.

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k8stribe wrote: You are correct on the .wav sounding like crap before export.
SO, I'm talking about before and after the Cubase "export", i.e., mixdown. You mean *after* the Cubase export, right? So, just to confirm - you play the mix in Cubase, it sounds ok, (but not %100), but then you export from cubase to a wav file, play the wav on the same system using something like Windows Media Player, and it doesn't sound the same as hitting play in cubase? If I'm reading you right, I really think we're getting somewhere.

I don't think you're going to have to buy any hardware, or even mess with it much. I actually don't think you should even mess with the hardware. I say this as a veteran software developer and a guy who's built hundreds and hundreds of PCs as teen.

Let's just try to get the exported wav to sound the same as playback in Cubase, one way or another.

A couple of questions:
1) What sample rate are these projects running at?
2) Do you have the "realtime export" unchecked?
3) What is your buffer size in samples? (I'd set it as high as possible if you already haven't)
4) Can you try (or have you tried) this export comparison (export wav vs playback) with all plugins disabled on the stereo output track?

I'd add this - if you're running at anything other than a 44.1khz sample rate, I'd suggest trying the new 6.01 patch - I couldn't even use it with my 48khz projects.

BTW, it does sound pretty rough. FWIW, my career as a programmer isn't what it used to be in the golden days either. Anyway, back on topic ;)


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DaveDaveDave wrote:
k8stribe wrote: You are correct on the .wav sounding like crap before export.
SO, I'm talking about before and after the Cubase "export", i.e., mixdown. You mean *after* the Cubase export, right? So, just to confirm - you play the mix in Cubase, it sounds ok, (but not %100), but then you export from cubase to a wav file, play the wav on the same system using something like Windows Media Player, and it doesn't sound the same as hitting play in cubase? If I'm reading you right, I really think we're getting somewhere.

I don't think you're going to have to buy any hardware, or even mess with it much. I actually don't think you should even mess with the hardware. I say this as a veteran software developer and a guy who's built hundreds and hundreds of PCs as teen.

Let's just try to get the exported wav to sound the same as playback in Cubase, one way or another.

A couple of questions:
1) What sample rate are these projects running at?
2) Do you have the "realtime export" unchecked?
3) What is your buffer size in samples? (I'd set it as high as possible if you already haven't)
4) Can you try (or have you tried) this export comparison (export wav vs playback) with all plugins disabled on the stereo output track?

I'd add this - if you're running at anything other than a 44.1khz sample rate, I'd suggest trying the new 6.01 patch - I couldn't even use it with my 48khz projects.

BTW, it does sound pretty rough. FWIW, my career as a programmer isn't what it used to be in the golden days either. Anyway, back on topic ;)


Hope this helps,
Dave
Correct, sounds OK bbut not 100%. But CD's or downloaded mp3's & everything else sounds just as bad as my exported files. My default playback device is set to M-Audio Delta 1010 Line 1/2. on the sound dropdown menu all sound devices still appear. ATA HDMI out + the VIA items. Even though I tried to disable them the show up as ready.

I'm running @ 44.1 and Realtime is unchecked. My buffer is set @256 and I have tried to export with 0 fx.
It sounded great one day then like crap after the update. Now in a fresh install of W7 are there any audio drivers or changes that you are arware of in the first series of microsoft W7 updates? On the M-Audio site some people had luck starting w/ a fresh install and disabeling all updates otheres have no problems.

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Ok, I came up with another test that should REALLY help nail down whether it's Cubase or a Windows issue.... bear with me. Try this:

1) Make a new Cubase Project also at 44.1khz
2) Drag and drop your exported wav file from explorer back into this new empty project
3) Press play in Cubase

So - does it sound the same as when you played the mix in Cubase before exporting? Or, does it sound the same as when you play in WMP (Windows Media Player)?

Another question: if you play an mp3 on this machine in WMP, using the 1010 for output, does it sound like it's supposed to or messed up? (Sorry if you already answered this question - long thread.... )

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k8stribe wrote:Now in a fresh install of W7 are there any audio drivers or changes that you are arware of in the first series of microsoft W7 updates? On the M-Audio site some people had luck starting w/ a fresh install and disabeling all updates otheres have no problems.
Oh, BTW, Kinda hard for me to help with Windows specifics... As mentioned before, Cubase uses the 1010's ASIO driver, bypassing a lot of Windows plumbing. It's looking more and more to me like there's a system tweak or driver option in Windows, and not in Cubase - *IF* that last test goes how I think it will. Let's get to Windows solutions after the results...

Off topic - I only run Windoze when I have to for work, and even then only in virtual machines. Windows 7 does seem pretty nice, but once bitten twice shy...
Years ago I spent MONTHS banging my head against the wall with my Windows DAW and Cubase SX 3. I had multiple hardware profiles with just about EVERYTHING disabled, I was tweaking PCI latency timing values to slow down the video card, upgrading this and that - it got to be such a time suck that it was killing my creativity. I can totally relate to your dilema. I never knew when I hit record whether it'd glitch or not. On top of that, all the time I wasted was easily more valuable than the cost difference of a Mac, and I really have felt that way since 2006 when I switched.

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DaveDaveDave wrote:
k8stribe wrote:Now in a fresh install of W7 are there any audio drivers or changes that you are arware of in the first series of microsoft W7 updates? On the M-Audio site some people had luck starting w/ a fresh install and disabeling all updates otheres have no problems.
Oh, BTW, Kinda hard for me to help with Windows specifics... As mentioned before, Cubase uses the 1010's ASIO driver, bypassing a lot of Windows plumbing. It's looking more and more to me like there's a system tweak or driver option in Windows, and not in Cubase - *IF* that last test goes how I think it will. Let's get to Windows solutions after the results...

Off topic - I only run Windoze when I have to for work, and even then only in virtual machines. Windows 7 does seem pretty nice, but once bitten twice shy...
Years ago I spent MONTHS banging my head against the wall with my Windows DAW and Cubase SX 3. I had multiple hardware profiles with just about EVERYTHING disabled, I was tweaking PCI latency timing values to slow down the video card, upgrading this and that - it got to be such a time suck that it was killing my creativity. I can totally relate to your dilema. I never knew when I hit record whether it'd glitch or not. On top of that, all the time I wasted was easily more valuable than the cost difference of a Mac, and I really have felt that way since 2006 when I switched.

Dave

Your Test Was 100% On The Mark,
I didn't think to try that one. I re-imported one of the files and it sounded completely different than the original mix did in Cubase. Sounds washed out distorted and muddy. Now what?

I was 5 numbers off again from winning the Lotto so a MAC is out of the $$$$ at the moment.

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A mac isn't going to make anything better.
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