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Audio stutters and editor freezes until audio is finished

I posted this question but it seems I cannot find it anywhere oddly so I am posting this again. When I create sounds I usually render them out as a 16bit wav file with 44100Hz which works well for the most part. I recently created sounds for an A.I. Plugged the sounds into the animations and decided to give the sounds a test. Whenever the audio triggers with the animation(s) the frame rate drastically lowers, the audio stutters, and there is a high chance UE4 will freeze until the audio stops playing.

This has been driving me nuts as I cannot understand what is causing this problem. My graphics card is an ASUS GTX 1080ti, not sure if this helps with anything and I did install the latest update for my graphics card.

Product Version: UE 4.22
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asked Apr 26 '19 at 10:31 PM in Using UE4

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