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Any solution for 'FL Studio 9 crackles and pops' problem?

07/19/2011 08:49 by wawaslope

I'm not sure what should I fix. I've got a simple drum beating but crackling popping. it's something wrong with my soundcard or my cpu? but i got a separate audio interface and a quad-core, which fl studio isn't even pushing past 10%, so what's point? FL studio just sucks I guess.
First answer posted by PollyP at 07/19/2011 09:01
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  • Kimplex
  • Crackling and popping are analogue interference problems not digital. The only place this can occur is in connectors between components, components themselves, and external peripherals being used when you are using the software.
    If it were a digital problem, ie FL Studio, the Operating system, etc the sound artefacts would not be cracks and pops but silence, garbled or parting missing sound.
  • Was this answer helpful? 10 · 07/19/2011 09:01
  • Anonymous user
  • To record vocals with FL Studio 9, you need a microphone. get yourself ready, here we go:
    1. Open the software and create a new file by selecting "New" from the "File" menu at the top. Plug the microphone into the "Microphone" input located on the computer sound card.
    2. Select the "Mixer" icon at the top of the screen, and select an empty track in the "FX" field. Click the drop down arrow, and select the "Edison" plugin from the list.
    3. Click out of the "Mixer" window, and select the "Microphone" icon from the top of the screen. Choose the "Into Edison audio editor/recorder" option from the drop-down list. Select the delay time from when the recording starts by setting the "Metronome."
    4. Click the "Record" button from the "Transport" bar at the top, and speak or sing into the microphone. Press the stop button when you are finished recording. Delete and re-record the sample if you are not satisfied with any take.
    5. Play the sample back by pressing the "Play" button from the "Transport" bar. Save the file once you are satisfied by clicking "File", then "Save."
  • Was this answer helpful? 10 · 11/06/2011 16:37
  • PollyP
  • It has to be your speakers, because mine doesn't have that problem.
    Ensure you have metronome off also.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 07/19/2011 09:01
  • Anonymous user
  • I want this program to record an album. Can anyone help me?
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 10/01/2011 06:27
  • Anonymous user
  • I want this program to record. How to record music with FL Studio 9?
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 10/01/2011 07:24
  • Anonymous user
  • If you have an audio interface it probably has ASIO drivers. Make sure they're installed and select them in the options menu. Also, increase your buffer size in the options menu. This should put your ears ahead of the cracks. If that's not it, your drums might be clipping. Work on mastering them with the mixer and EQs.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 11/16/2011 19:20
  • PPrashanth
  • It's a common issue on FL Studio 9. FL Studi 10 has fixed this.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 11/30/2011 09:00
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  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 09/30/2012 05:24
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