Here is a list of various relevant details…
- Issue occurs on the stand-alone software for Plini, Nolly, Omega, NTS, Abasi, and Cali. Issue doesn’t occur if using the amps as VST plugins through FL Studio 20.
- My PC is an i9-9900k and 16GB DDR4 RAM, so my hardware should be more than sufficient
- My interface is a Scarlett Solo 3rd Gen. I’ve tested it in all USB ports and the issue persists regardless. Tried different cable as well. Also uninstalled and reinstalled all relevant drivers (USB and Focusrite Control software) multiple times.
- DPC Latency reports that my latency isn’t an issue
- Issue occurs on any buffer size (greatest, lowest, or anything inbetween), and happens across 48khz-192khz, so basically occurs regardless of whatever setting used.
- Setting the amp’s processor priority to “High” doesn’t help.
It’s perplexing because everything worked up until I re-installed Windows 10 a few months ago. I made sure to go to the website and re-download the software and install it normally, rather than trying to use a backup. Why would the amps would just fine in FL Studio, but have issues in the stand-alone software? Why did the software work without issue before, but doesn’t work on a newer Windows 10 install?