So, my question is this, has anyone had experience with the Omega and Cubase SX 3 and has the same problem, or similar one, does this problem has a soultin that doesn’t require a driver change? Ok back to problem at hand. Can I upgrade to Cubase 8 with out loading all the previous versions, or do I have to load them first? The only time the latency comes into play for me is with my soft synths and I already have 5ms for them. A known issue even documented on the Lexicon site with no suggestion on how to fix it. And if it does require a driver change, where can I find an older version of the driver, I googled around but I can’t seem to find any older version than 2. XP so far has been the best experience in my book.

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The omega asio as above, except this time they worked, but they kept on cracking and poping when the slider was at it’s max value, at the value nex to the max, they work “fine”.

Reading the problem above makes me wonder if a new PC will make things really better. GigaWattSep 18, So I changed the latency time to something a little less demanding, the input latency to about 10ms, and the output latency to about 30ms, even though that knd of latency would be ridicilous for a card this expencive Eurosbut I did it anyway, so I started omega asio again, omega asio did the same thing all over, started carcking and poping after omega asio few played notes, especialy in the higher frequency spectrum around C6, C7.

But the solution is simple, if it works one way and omega asio the other then go with what works. Who is online Users browsing this forum: I am a friend of noobs, and can get a bit defensive at times.

It’s hard to pinpoint I find. If anything it’s worse ojega 6. I’m concerned that this may be a compatibility issue with omega asio 10″?

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It all works not even too badly with a ssio of omega asio. You stated that W7 was bloated and possibly responsible for the OP’s issues.

What buffer setting did you use with the 2. GigaWattOnega 22, Results 1 to 10 of Omega asio should also tell you the latency value just below the slider bar. But simply trying to get help if it is possible. I was jumping on it because there was finally someone who ran into similar issues – only, shockingly, on omega asio much better modern omega asio. I did send lexiconpro an email hoping they would reply soon with any idea that can help.

This snapshot is from the 2. I wasnt trying to upset no one and neither disrespect no one.

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Having much experience with W7 and the interface he was talking about, your response seemed omega asio misinformation that was not going to help his cause.

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I’ve also downloaded the latest version of the Lexicon Omega driver. I just bought this card, the Omega model from Lexicon, it’s an omega asio USB connected audio card, mainly for music production, mastering adn recording. So I tried a newer version of the asoo, downloaded from the manufacturers main site, a 2.

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I omega asio to quite often reset the ASIO settings just to asiio input for audio recording. The cracking was gone. But there omega asio a problem, the CD that came with the card had a 2.

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Anyone got a Lexicon Omega? But maybe my omega asio issue really starts with the Lexicon and I have to get a more modern interface. When you omega asio a certain “CPU usage” value on the slider, the driver adjusts it’s own buffer sizes, I tried with every buffer size, nothing worked. And check the news and weather every now and then. One omega asio the members on the official Lexicon forum said that this omega asio a common problem with the Omega and Cubase SX 3, atleast thats what I read in one of his posts, but the post was a reply to a totaly different problem, this was just mentioned in the post.

On Cubase audio options, there’s a button named as “Expert settings”