ACID Pro 10 has gone haywire!

Jeff-Mc wrote on 5/28/2020, 8:07 PM

I'm running Windows 10 Home 64bit. I have been running Acid Pro 10.0.0 (Build 14) 64-bit with no issues, then out of nowhere the track I was working on started playing bits of other tracks randomly and there are digital distortions (white noise) thrown in. Even when I solo the track this happens. It also happens on multiple tracks and sessions. I have deleted and reinstalled the software, still no change. Any idea why this is happening and what can be done about it?

Thanks,

Jeff

 

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Former user wrote on 5/30/2020, 7:35 PM

I'm running Windows 10 Home 64bit. I have been running Acid Pro 10.0.0 (Build 14) 64-bit with no issues, then out of nowhere the track I was working on started playing bits of other tracks randomly and there are digital distortions (white noise) thrown in. Even when I solo the track this happens. It also happens on multiple tracks and sessions. I have deleted and reinstalled the software, still no change. Any idea why this is happening and what can be done about it?

Thanks,

Jeff

 

Hey Jeff, your post kinda made me laugh a bit "went haywire". Sorry, don't mean to laugh at your issue but it sounds like it has something to do with your interface. First check if the interface is the correct. Acid has tendency to lose it's mind if the interface isn't the right one. Secondly, are you using 3rd party plugins? I suggested removing all 3rd party plugins (better yet, remove all plugins) and see if that helps.

I have used Acid pro since 1998 and actually own all versions. I just don't use it for serious productions. I don't trust it. My main DAW is Cubase. If I were you, I would switch until Magix really gets their stuff together with this dead DAW.

Trensharo wrote on 6/1/2020, 6:14 PM

Brutal last comment, but I agree. Even Cakewalk can do everything this does and more, while being quite easy to use. People should be more careful with their money, esp. in the current economy. I am not sure how they’re going to salvage this DAW.

Former user wrote on 6/2/2020, 1:47 AM

Brutal last comment, but I agree. Even Cakewalk can do everything this does and more, while being quite easy to use. People should be more careful with their money, esp. in the current economy. I am not sure how they’re going to salvage this DAW.

Hey Tren, yah, I was one of those naive people who really wanted to support Magix for taking it over but I am down a bunch of money hoping for the next upgrade to do the trick but its just off of my PC altogether. I really don't see myself going back to it ever again. You are right about money, people should really spend ample time playing with the trial before spending hard earned money on this as there are a lot of disappointments waiting once you actually pay for this dud.