When playing a song with Cubase it all works well but once in a (short) while Cubase
stucks and I get kind of a loop sound (as if you run a tape very fast with the playback button pressed).
Only rebooting the computer will do.
I think its a Giga problem because it does not happen when I play the song with a Roland Sound Canvas.
Last time I even got a message: MSG32 error.
I understand you run both programs at one computer. Does this problem occurs also with a very few voices? I run the same setup (my comp. is powered by Celeron 500 MHz) and exactly the same thing happens as soon as I try to play more than 70 voices at once. I don\'t think there is a problem with Cubase or Gigasampler but rather that the computer can\'t cope anymore with the heavy load.
I find it hard to believe its my 1 Ghz Pentium 3 256 Mb computer,
How can I check it?
Going to setup (Giga) and limit the number of voices?
And if that is the problem how can it be solved? (even hardwarewise cause I cannot imagine a better computer right now,
so there must be something wrong with my tunning).
However, I remember once when it happened also when I muted everything and played only the Les Paul Giga Sampler guita (great sound by Sonic Implants, by the way).
Thanks again for the answer, I will check
I believe the hung up problem is Cubase.
I switched from Giga to drive the Roland Sound Canvas
and the problem occured (though only once so far).
I also believe it has nothing to do with the number of voices.
I changed the max/min Cache and pput it very big, it still got stucked.
I did not know where to change the ChunkSize though.
I use Aardvark Aark 24.
Their 5.14 driver causes me troubles so I use the 5.04 driver.
But as I said the problem occurs also when I drive Roland SC8850 sound canvas with reglar Midi.
It must be CUBASE! I am quite helpless!
I have this same problem, using Cubase 5 with Gigastudio. I was thinking it was because I only have 128 Ram, but if you have 256m and it still does it...this is the error I last got, with Giga running at 53%:
MSG32 caused an invalid page fault in module WSTRM32.DLL at 0167:baa03c68.