I used them for a few years but it was a long time ago.Many cards used to behave like that in past, cards I've had that did it include the EWS Please take a moment to rate our case. I also found an OEM Audigy card for about £45 and was > wondering would this make a better choice than the Live because of its > ASIO drivers. Should I switch it back to 16-bit. http://advalens.com/asio-driver/asio-driver-soundblaster-live.html
http://forums.creative.com/creative...laster&message.id=13301&query.id=91729#M13301 Someone who has the card that I do, asking if they can get a ASIO driver, and someone told him about the ASIO for all thing that I have now.. If you use it in Spark, you should also have windows sound at the same time (because it wraps windows sound in the first place). Added bit-accurate 24-bit playback for 10k2-based devices (WinMM mode).
If it's worth anything, I do appreciate it a lot. I haven't got that far yet that I have music that is ready for burning to CD...I'm just trying to learn as much as possible about this... "aJax" <> skrev i Direct Recording Guide »... Read our Mission statement for a quick introduction.
Excellent Good Average Poor Bad Optional -- Please enter any comments/areas of improvement you may suggest regarding the Knowledgebase article above.. Quick LinksRegister Your ProductWarranty & News Archive [adv] http://www.goodcloudstorage.net Copyright © kX Project, 2001-2015. Conversion >>to other rates, including the 44.1KHz that is often required, are made >>on-the-fly. So, why keep the card?
I've heard lots of > horror stories and don't want to waste what little money I have. > emanon, Jul 11, 2003 #8 emanon Guest Yes, it's true that the As far as I can see, your card isn't among them...purhaps you can make a question on the kX forum http://www.driverheaven.net/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=67 . kX Guide»... can still be used well as a S/P-DIF input/output and MIDI input/output device for network-connected digital audio workstation environments.
I first heard of this from the HYBRID crew's posting on the SoundFont newsgroup a couple of days ago, reporting latency as low as 27ms! If you have ears that can hear the improved quality of 48KHz over 44.1KHz, you'll certainly be able to hear the difference with better convertors than SB. you'll find needed information on how to set up Li've/kX for multichannel recording @ DriverHeaven net (see the general information thread). Also will it interfere > > with my Via chipset and Athlon XP 2000 processor?
It's been a long time since I've used sound Blaster cards, I use to use the AWE 32 and later soundblaster Lives in gigging boxes as samplers, and as I remember http://advalens.com/asio-driver/asio-for-all.html and Live! The kx drivers don't use on-the-fly >>conversion - 48KHz, take it or leave it. As I wrote...I got a huge improvement of latency with my SoundBlaster Live.
Has anyone >some hints about how to convert it to 44.1 kHz? I can't afford a expensive > soundcard so I had problems with latency in my SoundBlaster Live soundcard. > I have seen a couple of questions regarding latency and cheaper soundcards, Here is a screenshot with this speaker settings panel and available options (I've done sloppy job since I had to connect to my home machine from work remotely). check my blog Refer to Changelog for details.
Updated several web pages, removed invalid links. 09/18/2009 - Version 22.214.171.12450 (BETA) released. This means lower latency for audio in Cubase, including VST instruments! JOK "Lhiannon-Shee" <> skrev i meddelandet news:behu49$h91$... > do you know something about drivers like this for Guillemot Maxi Studio ISIS > XL sound cards?
Platinum 5.1 Hmm... sibu SODDI, Apr 4, 2007, in forum: alt.steinberg.cubase Replies: 2 Views: 499 sibu SODDI Apr 5, 2007 Low latency with USB audio-interfaces and -mixers? I think asio4all is a wrapper for the existing Windows driver, but at it's heart it's designed for realtec sound cards which are very common in laptops. I did and got a remarkable > improvement of the latency...the author of the articel promises less than 10 > ms, I haven't measured, but I'm satisfyed with the result... >