If you are hearing consistent dropouts/clicks in your audio and if your project contains high bit depth (32/64 bit) or high sample rate audio (88.2K or higher), it may be indicative of a too small I/O buffer size. If so, try doubling the I/O buffer size to 512. If audio problems persist, reset to 256 and try a different remedy.Go to Edit > Preferences > Audio - Sync and Caching, and set Playback I/O Buffer Size (KB) and Record I/O Buffer Size (KB) to 256, 512 or 1024.
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