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Windows 7: Little Noise When I Am Recording

29 Mar 2010   #21
Aphelion

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solock View Post
I have a Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD and I am not running a Peer-To-Peer aplication. See the Task Manager please.
Thanks!
Hola

This is my last shot... your Laptop is connected to the Internet with the Wireless, correct.

Ok, in task manager end any process that begins with igfx.

Also end "hkcmd.cmd", "STService.exe", "Snipping Tool.exe".
(These will all be back once you reboot.)

Go to device manager and disable your wireless internet adapter.
(This you will have to enable.)

Try a recording.

Good luck... I have a feeling it's more than one problem, the recorded glitch is different than the playback sound you were hearing on the other file which did not have a glitch.

Buena suerte Solock

I live near the US/Mexico border, are you in Central America (as it's called here).

Ap


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29 Mar 2010   #22
Solock

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I'm gonna try that soon, right now I have to use Internet.
I live in Nevada, not in Central America jeje. Thanks a lot for your time, and please come back (tomorrow) to see If I could resolve the problem.

Thanks!
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29 Mar 2010   #23
Aphelion

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solock View Post
I'm gonna try that soon, right now I have to use Internet.
I live in Nevada, not in Central America jeje.
Thanks!

Hahaha... ok, I looked at your personal info and time zone, I guess you didn't set it.


Ap
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29 Mar 2010   #24
Solock

Windows 7
 
 

The noise still there men, you think If I buy some ExpressCard Sound Card for my laptop, the recording would be better? Or I should buy a new laptop? If so, what laptop do you recommend for recording and edit rap songs?

I uploaded just the little noise repeated few times If you want to check.

Thanks.


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29 Mar 2010   #25
Aphelion

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solock View Post
The noise still there men, you think If I buy some ExpressCard Sound Card for my laptop, the recording would be better? Or I should buy a new laptop? If so, what laptop do you recommend for recording and edit rap songs?

Thanks.
I give, I surrender.... maybe someone else can jump in here with fresh ideas. Without being able to work on your laptop, I've exhausted all ideas.

I will say this... in my experience 95% of all problems like yours can be fixed, but it's time consuming. I kind of used a random approach going after the main culprits but it really takes concentrated, step by step thoroughness.

Then again, a Windows USB driver update could solve the problem. Speaking of USB, I'm not really a big fan of USB for real time operations, USB ports are always sharing IRQs with other devices, transmit data in packets and a basically controlled by the OS. It kind of depends on each individual system as to how well USB works for digital audio. Some companies have drivers for their USB hardware, these are generally much more reliable than the standard Windows driver which shares the USB port.

Right click the Microsoft speaker icon, select recording devices, select your USB Mic and then look at properties... I would experiment with as many different settings as possible.

You can also raise the priority of "audiodg" in Task Manager.... you will see it appear when you start your recording software. Consider it "experimental!!!"

I can't advise you on hardware or software... too many variables.

I would email Samson, see if they have any suggestions.

Ap
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29 Mar 2010   #26
Solock

Windows 7
 
 

Thanks but remember that the noise happen with the include laptop microphone too, so is not problem of Samson. I'm gonna try using other SO such Ubuntu, maybe It can resolve my problem. I used Audition 3, Cubase and Audacity to record.

I will follow this topic for advices, thanks.
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29 Mar 2010   #27
Aphelion

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solock View Post
Thanks but remember that the noise happen with the include laptop microphone too, so is not problem of Samson. I will follow this topic for advices, thanks.
Most built-in laptop devices on newer machines are USB, this may include the mic, video cams, trackpad & keyboard...etc.

Try the audiodg trick I posted.


Ap
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29 Mar 2010   #28
Aphelion

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Solock...

Might want to download the tool that's in my opening post... the DPC latency checker. I'm guessing you have spikes in the red during the audio interuptions you've had.

Go here.

DPC Latency


Ap
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29 Mar 2010   #29
Solock

Windows 7
 
 

I do not have an audiodg when I'm recording. But I tried your program and happened exactly what you wrote, what does it mean?

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29 Mar 2010   #30
Aphelion

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solock View Post
I do not have an audiodg when I'm recording. But I tried your program and happened exactly what you wrote, what does it mean?

It means you need to go to the same site and download the product support sheet and read about DPC latency and what can cause problems.... there's also information on the website.

Then we'll talk!

Ap
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