Click “Release Driver when Application is in Background” if you want to be able to use a second audio program while you’re running Cubase. View More Photo Galleries. I tried re-installing Sonar. Time to start uninstalling the other items to see what happens. I googled it, and read up, but no real solution.

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User Control Panel Log out. After rebooting to assure that it was gone, I started Sonar and the constantly loading window as gone.

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If a driver was marked “excluded”, then it would have loq impact on how Sonar runs no matter the current state of that driver. Going to try the full re-install route and see how that pans out. Yet, it seems that the program kept the driver in a kind of “ready state” to where it could be accessed.

Click “Release Driver when Application is in Background” if you want to be able to use a second audio program while you’re running Cubase. A deep chesty bawl echoes from rimrock to rimrock, rolls down the mountain, and fades into the far blackness of the night. I think it’s also something to do with how well your ASIO drivers for your interface are written too.


Setting Up Audio Hardware

Click the drop-down menu next to “ASIO driver. The problem is you can’t have access to everything AND have stability. Updating for those who may have this problem in the future. Tip Steinberg recommends using the manufacturer’s ASIO driver, rather than the generic driver, whenever possible.

This is how it is.

Now, when I loww Sonar, I get a small window popping up every second saying: IDK either but I have seen other threads where that driver was a problem. I’ve spent more time trouble-shooting Sonar than I have using it over the past month.

It is an outburst of wild defiant sorrow, and of contempt for all the adversities of the world. There has to be a fix for this.

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Essentials Only Full Version. Lynx have some of the best drivers in the business. I assumed that’s what was happening when drivers were not activated, but it wasn’t. Probably lots of people have that driver and without issue as Cubase and Wavelab are popular. I figured out how to solve it, but not the why of how it happened to begin with.

With drivers being installed by different devices and programs, and Microsoft being hell-bent on taking control away from the user, Sonar would be more future-proof if we were given some kind of driver blacklist. I think I’ve read this before and it’s a Stienberg issue so that will help you narrow it down.


Seamus Islwyn has been writing for radio, print and online publications sincecovering subjects from independent Canadian music to automobile smuggling in the Balkans. Just tried it, and it didn’t work. I will mark this thread solved. ASIO has a very low latency, which prevents lagging and skipping when you’re recording or playing back audio.

All on board audio is always turned off. I know that Cubase and Props initially lqtency Rewire together, so maybe that’s a clue.

In the past couple of days, I installed Wavelab 9 and Reason 9. And the same would go with this issue. I never had this driver activated. I was able to use Sonar again, but, Rewire wouldn’t load in any host.