I have been trying to get my Gigasampler to work with Cakewalk Pro Audio 8 for quite some time. Every time I record giga tracks and audio, Cakewalk stops during recording or, if I make it through recording, it stops during playback. I have tried using a Delta 44 soundcard, a Roland UA-30 and a dinky sound card that came with my computer, they all work fine with audio and midi only but when I add giga, it just stops cold.
Are you near your Giga polyphony limits? If so, adding audio (even just playback) may be too much for Cakewalk and/or Giga. You\'d have to reduce the number of voices you\'re recording. If your polyphony is low, I don\'t know what would cause it to just stop.
It seems that the system is over-loaded!
Something you can try:
From Cakewalk, Option, Audio:
a> Set mixing latency to about 92ms +/- 32ms
b> Adjusting the I/O buffer size between 32~128 (step by 32)
c> On device profile, check/un-check \"Use Wave Out Position Timing\"
d> Check the play/Rec timming, it should be WAVE instead of MIDI.
If still having same problem, try to reduce the automation data in the mixes, some tracks had too havy MIDI-CTRL events would cause problems too.