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Apogee Symphony 64 Pcie and PT10
Old 29th November 2013
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Apogee Symphony 64 Pcie and PT10

I have a Symphony 64 system consisting of 2 DA16-x and 2 Rosetta 800 clocked by a Big Ben.
This rig is mainly used for Logic, but also for Pt (limited to 32 I/O).

The first port 1-32 is connected to the da16-x, the second port 33-64 to the 2 Rosettas.

The rig is rock solid. I have now received a PT10 session at 96khz (I always receive sessions of 44.1 and 48 khz) but I cannot run the session because every time I hit the spacebar I get the following message:

problem detected with audio clock. check that your clock source and sample rate are correct

So i did make some trials and it seems that I cannot go higher than 48khz without getting the message above, so no 88.2, 96 and 192 as well.

I also have an RME AIO pcie card with which my PT works fine.

Any idea about it? I'm surprised that I cannot work at 96khz beside the limited number of i/o. Can somebody suggest a solution?
Old 29th November 2013
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I did solve the issue by installing the previous apogee symphony driver. Tomorrow will install the new one and will see if it will still give the same problem.
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