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Postby harleydyna » Thu Feb 12, 2004 2:27 am

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Postby ComposerTed » Mon Feb 16, 2004 7:14 am

Hi Harley.

I'm by no means an expert in static reduction yet, but here are some things to try if you have not already done so (I have Windows XP, but I would imagine most of them would apply to ME as well):

(1) Check device manager ito make sure there are no IRQ conflicts.

(2) If you have an advanced videocard with AGP/acceleration/etc., turn off the acceleration etc., so that the resources are available for recording.

(3) Disable or deactivate any nonessential software you have running to free up resources and avoid any unnecessary computer activity which might generate noise or take the computers attention away from recording. For example, when recording, I temporarily disable my network adapter (used by cable modem), and deactivate my antivirus program (just be sure to reactivate the antivirus BEFORE reactivating the cable modem!). The forums at www.CyberTechHelp.com have some good information on this sort of thing.

(4) You might want to try a few different drivers just to see if it changes anything (try the latest Turtle Beach driver, earlier versions, WDM/ASIO/MME/Whatever is available, Microsoft driver for Turtle Beach (if any), etc. Sometimes a driver will make a big difference.

(5) If you don't need to use the Dell sound card, physically removing it (and any other cards you dont need) might help. Also, sometimes it is beneficial to move a sound card to a different slot, especially if the move results in the sound card being farther away from the other cards in the computer.

(6) Review the suggestions in the Cakewalk readme file and in Cakewalk's support area.

(7) You could try setting your video to fewer colors and/or lower resolution.

(8) Anything that speeds up your hard drive might help - Certainly you will want to defragment it occasionally/frequently as needed. A more drastic step would be to buy a faster one or reformat the one you have and reinstall everything (after VERY carefully backing everything up, noting ALL important settings, etc. of course) There is a huge PDF document at http://www.etcetera.co.uk/academic/DTMHandBook.pdf which goes into detail on how to create the optimal hard drive for recording, as well as many other issues relating to recording.

(9) There is a wealth of information available for additional things to try. Good sources of information include:
- this forum
- the forum section at www.homerecording.com
- the CybertechHelp.com forum I refered to earlier (for general PC issues)
- Since you have Dell, you might want to check Dell's Community forums at http://forums.us.dell.com/supportforums

That should be enough to get you started - Good luck!

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