PC is a Ryzen based machine with a B450 Tomahawk motherboard, audio interface is a Steinberg UR44. Driver being used is ASIO4ALL v2.14.
Hey all! Noob here making the transition from Logic to Studio One as I change from Mac to PC. I was having trouble at first even getting studio one to recognize anything as an input or output- from a USB mic input and USB DAC output to my UR44 using the Yamaha Steinberg drivers from Steinberg's site. I tried ASIO4ALL drivers in a last ditch effort before throwing my computer out of the window and giving up on music forever (I kid), and lo and behold they worked like a charm with all of the inputs and outputs on my interface being recognized perfectly.
I went ahead and made a test recording using a condenser mic. I turned on phantom power and immediately noticed a digital buzzing/clicking/popping sort of sound coming through my monitors. I turned off phantom power and it was still there, albeit quieter. I recorded a test using the microphone, and the sound persisted upon playback of the recording even after physically unplugging my mic from the interface. I went to export the mixdown to see if the sound would persist in the export, and to my surprise it did not. The resulting WAV file was clear as day.
So it's something with Studio One or the interface. I am a noob, but I try my best not to be a helpless noob and ask redundant questions when they've been answered a million times. The thing is- I'm stuck here and I'm super tired of troubleshooting. Thought I had everything figured out after hours of going back and forth with Steinberg drivers, fresh windows installs, etc. but then right as I see the light at the end of the tunnel I get knocked down again!
Anyways- is there anything that this description immediately brings to mind that could be causing the problem? I would be eternally grateful for help with this- I can already tell that Studio One is a very intuitive and thoughtfully laid out DAW otherwise and I can't wait to start getting creative.
Thanks in advance.