I have a Firestudio Mobile, which I used for many years without problems on my Windows7 PC.
Recently, I upgraded my PC to a new machine, I encounter a few strange things:
1). Sometimes, the FIrestudio Mobile is detected an enabled at boot time, sometimes the red light is blinking. If this happens, I usually unplug and replug the firewire cable, and usually then the Firestudio Mobile is detected.
2) The communication between audio software and Universal Control seems to be screwed up.
Example: I select 48.0 kHz/ 128 BufferSize in the software (e.g. VCV Rack, or Reaper), but then Universal Control jumps to a different settings (e.g. 96 kHz / 64 ). This mismatch is clearly audible in the audio running at the wrong speed. It often takes several attempts to the 'matching' settings.
3) For some settings, I get clear glitches in the audio (probably related to above described mismatch of buffer sizes the software uses and the hardware uses.)
Attached is a small screen recording of attemts to change the audio settings in reaper. But this problem is not restricted to reaper.
Here are some details about the machine:
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core Processor 3.70 GHz
X570 AORUS Pro board
IEEE 1394-Hostcontroller (Same as in old PC; newest driver)
Edition Windows 10 Home
Installiert am 11.04.2021
Leistung Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3530.0
Has anybody experienced something like that before, and has an idea how to fix it?
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