Gale wrote:
>And apart from the fact that you got the clicks under MME as
>well, do I assume your project format was 32-bit float?
Yup 44.1kHz 32-bit float - with r12658 08Oct13
 
And NO clicks with WASAPI, MME or WDS with onbrad card
NOR when using the Edirol with MME or WDS
 
i.e.the latest nightly records clean for me at default quality settings.
 
 
Gale wrote:
>If so, what happens if you set Default Sample Format to 16-bit,
>project rate to 44100 Hz and record with r12658 08Oct13
>under WASAPI?
 
With 44.1kHz 16-bit under WASAPI loopback I still get NO clicks
but I would kind of expect that as it is writing a lot less data.
 
 
So clean WASAPI recordings at both 16-bit and 32-bit
with r12658 08Oct13
 
Peter
 
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From: Gale (Audacity Team) <gale@audacityteam.org>
To: audacity-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 5:14 PM
Subject: Re: [Audacity-devel] possible recording bug in 2.0.5

Peter wrote:
> Testing on alpha win r12658 8Oct13 with Leland's r12561
> reverting r12591 on Windows-7 Tosh laptop
>
> I can confirm that this records cleanly now without the
> 5.5 seconds apart clicks/pops/thumps.
Thanks for testing.

And apart from the fact that you got the clicks under MME as
well, do I assume your project format was 32-bit float?

If so, what happens if you set Default Sample Format to 16-bit,
project rate to 44100 Hz and record with r12658 08Oct13
under WASAPI?

I listened to two three-minute WASAPI loopback recordings I made
prior to revert of r12591. These recordings were 44100 Hz and
happened to be made at 16-bit sample format because I had not
gone back to 32-bit after some other test I had been doing. They
were exported as 16-bit WAV.

I heard no light ticks every 5.5 seconds.

But I did get just one loud click in each recording that was not in
the original source. Zoomed in, those look like the glitches in
Leland's images, but nothing like as wide as that.   



Gale



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