Just recently got ahold of X2 not knowing what to expect, Im upgrading from audition 3.0.
The problem Im having is that I get drop outs in my recordings. I saw a similar thread with a guy who had sonar 8. I made sure my sample rate in the profire mixer and the X2 were matched up. I then messed around with the buffer size in sonar and found that increasing or decreasing the buffer size only sped up or slowed down the intervals with which the dropouts appear. I then made sure that the profire and and sonar matched up with the sample rate I normally use, which is 44100. Didnt fix it either. checked my CPU usage while sonar was operating, and the levels were low enough that it couldnt of been the cause.
Make of pc: Asus
Brand of CPU, speed of CPU and number of cores: windows 7 64 bit
Amount of RAM:8 gigs
How many hard drives, how many gigs of space per hard drive and what is the RPM of the hard drive:
What is the name and model of your soundcard:Not sure, but I bypass my computers soundcard and I use the soundcard for my profire 2626
What bit and sample rate is your soundcard currently set to in your soundcard control panel: 256/44100
Are you using Sonar in WDM, ASIO, or MME mode:WDM
What bit and sample settings are configured in Sonar:256/44100
If you are using MME or WDM, did you run the Wave Profiler for your soundcard:Yes
Are you using a midi interface? If yes, which one:No
If possible can you supply screen shots of the tabs in Sonar options/audio: (There are many tweaks we can perform here to better stabilize your system. Knowing how you have all this stuff set can really help us to help you.)
How many running applications do you see when you press ctrl/alt/del: