During real-time playback, the audio cuts out for about 3 seconds. My current (agonizing) workaround is stopping and restart playback. Any advice is appreciated.
This is not specifically about CS6, but the questions/steps are the same
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SSD 1: Operating system
SSD 2: project files, proxies (not yet created)
HDD 1: raw footage, media cache, and scratch files
The problem occurs whether the timeline status bar is red, yellow, or green. I haven't tried rendering the audio with the video.
UPDATE 4: SOLUTION
Thanks to GammaScorpii I've learned that that the source of the problem is that the HDD housing the source media isn't fast enough to spit out the audio of footage shot with a high quality lossless codec like ProRes 422 in real-time. The problem is solved when I house some of the footage on my fastest SSD, but the drive itself isn't large enough to house all of the footage. Another solution would probably be to make proxies.
For any others facing the same issue, here I the steps I recommend you take based on my research:
Switch to NVME drives and it solves the problem I found out.
Specs: Multiple Macs and PCs more than effecient to cut 4K HQ Footage