Another way is through third party ASIO applications, such as Cubase. 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... > That difference I've heard for the first time when I stopped using some lousy on-board sound "card", and purchased my first Awe-32 on one of my trips to Germany... So, I tried uninstalling ASIO4ALL and Creative's drivers and then installing kx project asio driver 3537. have a peek at these guys
Many folks have recorded very good work using the Creative cards... Logged Seiishu Full Member Posts: 111 Karma: 2 Re: Creative SoundBlaster ASIO vs ASIO4ALL v2 « Reply #2 on: April 15, 2014, 05:46:57 am » Great info, thank you! Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Platinum Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 03-29-2007,06:39 AM #1 achavezhz View Profile View Forum Posts Private http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=384143
Value. The noisier outputs, the better Logged Seiishu Full Member Posts: 111 Karma: 2 Re: Creative SoundBlaster ASIO vs ASIO4ALL v2 « Reply #14 on: April 20, 2014, 05:15:39 pm » I Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Is the latency really usable or is it just hype?
Ap Aphelion, Jul 11, 2003 #13 emanon Guest Yes, 48 kHz is better than 44,1, but, as I understand it, you cannot make audio CD:s with 48 KHz. no special instructions just install it like u're told....and u'll have a gr8 joy from it. -Eli Eli, Feb 14, 2003 #9 psychofish New Member Joined: Jun 28, 2003 Messages: Please sign in to to participate in the discussion threads. try here Ask a Question Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?
Please can you advise me on the following: I have a Soundblaster Live 5.1. Note: Product specification, technical or troubleshooting information are subjected to change. 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. John Stripp New Member Joined: Jan 24, 2003 Messages: 5 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 This is my first post in this forum.
This cannot be done with the value and base models of all subsequent Creative sound cards, as they share a single port for S/PDIF digital in/output and microphone connectivity. http://advalens.com/asio-driver/asio-for-all.html January 1999. Rayblewit posted Apr 16, 2017 at 10:48 PM Verry weird problem with a key. It was a very useful tip on how to get low latency with > > SoundBlaster.
Has anyone some hints about how to convert it to 44.1 kHz? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Despite these problems, the original SB Live! check my blog The software referred to this as a "4.1" setup, meaning 4 satellites and a subwoofer.
Also will it interfere > with my Via chipset and Athlon XP 2000 processor? Please refer to the web release notes in the download section for details. I haven't yet experienced any interference with my AMD Athlon XP 1500.
But, if anyone else has any info that we aren't aware of I would really appreciate it before I take this card back. It also featured line in and line out; all analogue inputs and outputs were balanced ¼"/6.3mm TRS jacks. See also Sound Blaster References ^ "Creative Labs SoundBlaster Live!". Platinum Released 1999  Includes Live! Select Audio Creation Mode.
Please take a moment to rate our case. By helping me as only one individual, you're also very likely helping others who are experiencing same issues too. 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? news When you install the driver of a Creative sound card, it also includes ASIO, provided that the sound card supports this feature.
Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: ASIO drivers for SoundBlaster Live! If you still have no idea - post your question here (it will be added to next version of help, if it is missing). Thank you sooo much. E-DSP devices are now fully controllabe via E-DSP Control Panel. 05/28/2008 - Version 220.127.116.1142 (BETA) released.
It was recommended that recording should be done at 48kHz sampling rate, as there was an issue with hardware down-sampling. is snd-emu10k1. When you're using kX drivers, you prepare those I/O settings in kX mixer software (make those needed connections there). It was a very useful tip on how to get low latency with > SoundBlaster.
The rear channel was serviced by a separate, but arguably better Philips UDA1334 DAC, yet the Op-Amp used to boost the signal to output levels had a noticeably different frequency response However, the rate-conversion was only applied when the audio signal was passed through the effects engine. The SB/Live had great difficulty with resampling audio-CD source material (44.1kHz) without introducing audible distortion. I can chose between Creative Sound Blaster ASIO and ASIO4ALL v2.Anyone has any insight on which device would be preferred? 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.
Philipp Wachtel, Jul 11, 2003 #4 Ian Minogue-Corps Guest Mmmm well I have an Audigy Platinum 5ms latency . No, create an account now. December 20, 1999.