Hey guys, thank you for your responses.
I’ve done some tests and am able to give you more details.
- So first of all @dblue yes I have tried to increase latency. My sound card (Roland Duo-Capture Ex) allow max 13.1 millisec (576 samples).
It does reduce a bit the problem, but it is still here once I play a chord of more than 2 notes.
Before, I was at 4.4 millisec (192 samples) and I could play a chord of 5 notes before starting to have a little cracking sound.
If I switch to my cheap Behringer UCA202 sound card and set the latency to 24 millisec, it is nearly playable but the latency begin to be a bit too much for live play (especially for finger drumming).
@Conner_Bw If I switch to Asio4all and 11.6 millisec it reduce the problem a bit but I still hear the cracking sound.
If I switch to Direct sound 50 millisec, the problem disappear and I can play a chord of 7 notes without any cracking sound… but the latency is way too much for live play.
@ffx I don’t know what Spectre is. From what I have read online it is related to AMD, my computer has a Intel CPU.
So the problem is performance related for sure. The thing is I did not have this problem before and I didn’t made any major changes to my computer or configuration.
I have try to follow a random guide that I found where the guy explain how to disable some windows 10 services to increase performances, but it didn’t change anything.
I suppose the problem is related to my computer, not from Renoise specifically.
I am clueless about how to fix this since I am clueless about where this problem came from.
From now on I can see only two ways to go.
- try to update everything on my computer (but everything is supposed to be updated to the latest)
2.delete everything and reinstall everything on my computer
I will try to do some more tests and researches and keep you guys informed.
If you have any new idea I would love to hear them
Thanks again for taking the time to read and comment.