I like to frequently make little previews of the track I am currently working on, along with a brief voice introduction or commentary during the song, it is particularly useful if I am doing a co-op song with someone. ("Man these hihats suck here, I’m gonna change this part eventually )…The easiest way has been to have Soundforge set to record the M-audio’s mixer, so it picks up the microphone input and also the output from Renoise. Then I can talk and have Renoise play at the same time.
The problem is that it stutters a lot, not while I am recording, but on the .wav playback. It’s almost like it randomly skips small parts of the audio, a lot. It’s really annoying.
Anyone know what is going on here or how to fix it?
Alternately I was thinking of recording the entire M-audio’s mixer output onto a different soundcard. Is there some weird virtual cable routing way or program that would do this easily without me having to actually hook a cable between the two? (I mean I guess I will hook a cable if I have to…)
This is soundforge 8, Renoise 1.91 and 2.0 betas, Windows xp, m-audio delta 44.
Thanks for any help/advice