Seems either the PC is overloaded from the digital signal processing
(you can check in the task manager), or this reason which happened
here once with a certain soundcard .. not an Audigy, though:
If you are running the soundcard in full duplex for spectrum lab,
and the sampling rates for input and output are not exactly equal,
either the input buffer will periodically overflow, or the output
buffer will periodically underflow (as in your case). The latter
will happen if the output sampling rate is *a tiny bit* larger than
the input sampling rate. The program itself will not automatically
interpolate or decimate the samples. What you can do is try to
measure the sampling rates, and use the option 'use different sample
rate for output'. The process is described somewhere in the
manual... I can look it up if necessary.
Hope this helps,
Cheers, Wolf .
Am 30.11.2010 00:59, schrieb briancook_ca:
I have managed to cause the following steady stream of
errors, I could use a hand sorting it out please.
SoundErrorOut changed: output buffers underflowed
input buffers overflowed in SoundInRead
SoundErrorOut changed: no error
input buffers overflowed in SoundInRead *4
Soundcard: Creative Audigy 2 Platinum EX
SB audigy 2 ASIO 24/96 (selected as input and output