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Repetitive static in Amplitube & Guitar Rig

Discussion in 'Modeling Amps, Plugins and Apps' started by Staypuft1652, Jun 2, 2017.

  1. Staypuft1652

    Staypuft1652 Tele-Meister

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    Each time I play through either of these programs, it works great for a few minutes then gets this loud white noise static. Only stops when closing and reopening program or if I mute guitar volume for a bit. Some weird kind of digital artifacts. Anyone else have this issue?
     

  2. Hexabuzz

    Hexabuzz Tele-Afflicted

    Dec 13, 2014
    Northeast PA
    More info about your system and resources might help, as well as what else you might be running at the same time.

    Does it always happen? Sometimes? Did it ever NOT do this, ot has it always behaved this way?

    Have you changed anything? Added or removed hardware or software?

    The more details, the better
     
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  3. Staypuft1652

    Staypuft1652 Tele-Meister

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    Just a cheap quad core 4 gb ram ssd notebook. I have all desktop effects and battery saver stuff off. Uninstalled everything not necessary and turned off unnecessary services. Windows 10 64 bit home. Asio4all. Its the only program running. Yes its always done this as long as I have had an interface. I assume its cos its a cheap notebook or my cheap interface(behringer mic500usb).
     

  4. Hexabuzz

    Hexabuzz Tele-Afflicted

    Dec 13, 2014
    Northeast PA
    I'll defer to the more Windows savvy, but it sounds like you're on the low end of RAM. I probably wouldn't suspect the interface itself, though.

    Hope you get it sorted.
     
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  5. 24 track

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    Nov 6, 2014
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    In the software, are you running any distortion, compression , noise gates, DDls, reverbs ? I guess most specifically what plugs or pedals are you running and in what order there may be a device in line that when your signal drops the noise floor gets amplified creating a white noise effect as the program is trying to find a signal during a quiet part of what you are playing also what Daw are you using?
     
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  6. Staypuft1652

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    Yes I was wondering about ram. I am just running an amp and cab model, no noise gate or any effects. When the noise starts it only occurs during plucking of strings, same or greater amplitude than guitar signal. I can live with it, just makes recording a non-starter, but will just give me a reason to mic one of my amps. Thanks for the help. This occurs in the stand alone exe's, I have Tracktion 6, should I try it in DAW?
     

  7. luckett

    luckett Tele-Afflicted

    Jun 14, 2011
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    If your guitar is close to the computer, you can get EMI in the pickups, especially when the hard drive is spinning.
     
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  8. Staypuft1652

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    Its solid state but damn thats a great idea, I do play rather close to it as my eyes arent great,thank-you!
     

  9. Staypuft1652

    Staypuft1652 Tele-Meister

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    I got it fixed I believe. Had to quit using my sole usb 3.0 port and then check the box in asio settings "hardware buffer". I read it somewhere but can't remember where so thank-you whoever figured that out. For some reason the hardware buffer option only shows up while using a usb 2.0 port.
     

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