#1
awhile back, I purchased a Line 6 Toneport GX from guitar center
I am running it on windows vista home premuim


When I plug my guitar in the toneport to record, it sounds just fine.
But, whenever i go to record (using cakewalk/SONAR 7) it tends to have an audio drop out.

I'm not sure what that means, and I'm aware I don't have the best recording hardware, so I can't just get something better.

What does dropping out mean? how do I fix this? and might it be my sound card that's the problem... Realtek HD audio...
#2
I don't know. I have Garage Band, and it works just fine. You should get that instead.
#3
riffs and recordings?


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#4
yeah recording riffs/songs

I don't have 200000000 dollars to spend on a mac though
broke jobless high school student :P
#5
Probably a combination of your processor and memory. My old computer was useless and although it did work most of the time Audio dropouts still happened. I think it's when you're 'puter is using too much memory so it has to cancel the recording for whatever reason. If this isn't correct feel free to prove me wrong.
#6
"Drops out" how? The toneport may have a built-in noise gate/compressor you might have to configure.
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