SQ-7 USB B Glitch

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  • #91670
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    LandoCalriz
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    If this topic already exists please redirect me.

    I’ve been getting glitches on my multitrack recordings from my SQ-7 over USB B into ProTools 12.

    Attached is below is a sample. Sometimes it is a minor pop I can clean up and other times it seems to duplicate entire beats. It happens across every channel when it occurs.

    If anyone could lend some input that would be huge! I’ve exhausted every possibility I can think of.

    The gear I’m using:
    -SQ-7 on latest firmware
    -2019 15″ MacBook Pro 256gb SSD, 16GB Ram, 2.6ghz 6-core i7
    -ProTools 12

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    #91674
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    SteffenR
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    try with Reaper instead
    could be the audio device support in PT or the USB compatibility from the MAC at all
    hard to specify

    #91675
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    LandoCalriz
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    ProTools was the second DAW I have tried. I thought Ableton was the culprit so I moved to ProTools.

    #91676
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    SteffenR
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    then it’s the USB

    #91680
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    volounteer
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    @LandoCalriz

    My ears do not hear it in that sample. Did not try to analyse it on a DAW to see it visually.

    If you tried multiple DAWs on the same PC/mac and they failed then I would tend to blame that device not look for another DAW.

    Have you deleted all the crapware on your PC/mac?
    Have you killed dead all social media aps that love to start up at random and phone home?
    Have you deleted and totally expunged all antivirus software that does even worse things to PC/mac audio?
    Have you stopped all other software that is not absolutely needed to run the DAW and associated functions?
    Are the buffers optimized?
    Do you have the correct drivers for all the hardware being used?

    There are many reasons for the symptom your message said you had.

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