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    Default Fl Studio 7 Help

    Hey guys whassup, please assist me with this trouble that I am having, thanks.

    Okay, I just bought a new Toshiba laptop with 1024 RAM and 120 GB Hard Drive-Windows Vista
    My old Gateway Laptop had 256 RAM and 40 GB Hard Drive-Windows XP

    When running FL Studio 7 on the old one I only got a few underruns in audio and the buffer was set to the default 2048, and only sometimes my playback would stutter, but when making beats I could use many Vsts and generators.

    Now, on this new laptop I get all types of crazy stuttering and crackling when I open multiple Vsts with the default audio settings, now I'm wondering, is it the soundcard? because the Gateway's soundcard actually did sound really better (5.1 surround I think) and the new Toshiba's sounds like and old radio.

    I've tried all of the Vista tweaks for high performance, but I still get the bad audio buffering problem.
    What I'm asking you guys is, instead of using the Toshiba's soundcard, would getting the M-Audio Fast Track Usb Interface help? In other words, just setting the FL output to the M-Audio Interface instead of my soundcard and essentially using the M-Audio as a soundcard?

    BASICALLY, IS IT MY SOUNDCARD OR IS IT THAT MY COMPUTER CAN'T HANDLE EVERYTHING?? SHOULD I INSTALL XP ON MY NEW TOSHIBA TO MAKE IT HOW MY GATEWAY WAS?? THANKS GUYS.

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    Default Re: Fl Studio 7 Help

    Laptop speakers are funny some sound good depending on manufacturer and model. The speakers are small as hell so thats kinda of expected.

    I think the answer to this question could rely on the cpu you have. The cpu usually is the cause of the stuttering and some crackling. FL's not to picky on sound card specifications.

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    All I can suggest is trying to find a LAptop compatible Soundcard that would be good, or lowering the buffer rate in FL7. Either that or going with your original plan of getting an M-Audio Fast Track.

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    Default Re: Fl Studio 7 Help

    yea they have external sound cards for laptops.

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    Thanks Guys but guess what, I fixed it! all I had to do was download the ASIO4ALL version for Vista because the included version only works with XP and lower. Now My Sound Is Extra Clean and crisp and my Vsts dont miss a beat!! Thanks guys.

    Check out my beats at SpitYoGame

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    Default Re: Fl Studio 7 Help

    do ıt


    optıons/audıo setting/directsound properties/8080samples(183ms) ok do ıt

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    its the buffer size... click audio optionz and increase it...


    its something like

    crackling noise <----------------------> response time

    play around with it until you get what you want... try not to go too left or right

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