I use cubase and fishman triple play software. It does not work in cubase either. Is there a driver version that you can post so that I can look for it? It could have something to do with the fact that I have several installed versions of Sibelius and I sometimes run them simultaneously. However, you can now buy various pre-silenced power supplies from companies like Antec, Nexus, Q Technology and Zalman. If you have previously completed this download form and clicked the activation link in the email you received, simply enter your name and that email address below, click Next and proceed to download.
Now, in the 64bit environment with 8. So I made a restore point and exported the Registry and just removed entries that looked like they were real entries for that driver. If it is not available in your setup, refer to the documentation of your audio hardware. Seems installing the newer versions of any Stienberg software trashes things. This button is available only for some hardware products. It is not obvious and googling has led me in circles enough time that I have been putting up with it. I was able to use Sonar again, but, Rewire wouldn't load in any host.
I think that the advice to get a real interface is best, especially if you are serious about making music on your computer. I don't know exactly why this is, but different combinations of audio hardware and computers seem to have different minimum useful buffer sizes. A range of multi-channel-cards seem to need different parameters for successful use. Somtimes I can get it to work in the 32 bit version of the triple play software but when I close the app and re start it the interface will not work with it. Without this forum, I would have gotten nowhere. Line6 insists that the driver they have works and that I must have some configurations wrong. If this delays the beta-version too much, I will release it with recording disabled for the first version.
I had problems with it and never used it, choosing the Yamaha Steinberg one instead. I have some filtering code in the enumerator in order to avoid the Kernel Mixer etc. If everything goes as expected, I will be releasing the first public version during the week. As Karhide mentions make sure your preferences are set. Please contact me with an email address of yours that I can send some testing stuff to. This one worked for me, although it's just a beta. And it really really can screw things up in Sibelius.
This is a mess and I am totally frustrated by the lack of support across the board from all parties concerned. Due to some really good help, the first real version of this webpage has now gone online. I never discovered what was causing the problem, having to go back to 7. I have never seen anything like it! But the sound is much worse in contrast to the other drivers! Try this one out if you have a cheap audio card. Please email me privately with an address that I can send a 1. It does not appear in the Control Panel uninstaller.
Maybe this code is a little too stringent. Luckily, I have a son who knows a helluva lot more than I. How on earth can I achieve low latency with good sound in Cubase? Some examples are Rapture Session, Cakewalk Pro, Rapture, etc. I'm trying to iron out as many things as possible. Recording is currently in development. Not attempting any recording with this rig either! Release has been delayed for a while now, since I had not enough time to polish up the rest of the things.
But when I tried to record, the input meters showed nothing and the recorded track was empty. There has been an enormous interest in the driver and many downloads of the beta-version so far. I was so happy hearing the low latency - but now I'm a bit frustrated that I am not able to record. . Generic Low Latency Asio Driver X64. If that driver is loaded, plugins fail unpredictably. However I don't believe I ever came across it while utilizing the device while I was in Sonar.
Possibly that is a bad idea but I had been doing it for years with no obvious bad results. Thanks to everyone for your advice. There has to be a fix for this. The plugin usually has nothing to do with the sound. Hoping to get this fixed soon.
I'm about to change this, but that'll take a couple more days. I like that way better anyway. The shorter the buffer, the shorter the latency, at the risk of an interrupted signal. So I just thought I would warn everyone that if your plugins start weirdly misbehaving, make sure you are not using that driver. When I switched back to the other driver it worked again, so I don't think that it's due to a wrong setting in my mixer or so. I think I've read this before and it's a Stienberg issue so that will help you narrow it down. I don't really even see a way to tell it is installed other than looking for the name in the Registry.
Maybe when I decide to upgrade to Windows 10, it'll work like it should. Unfortunately some people write to me in French, Italian, Spanish and even Japanese or Polish. Copyright © 2002-2018 by Tobias Erichsen. I tried to use the generic driver mentioned in the info you sent and the line6 audio interface will not work with that. Just can't understand why it works with Media Player but not everything else. Updating for those who may have this problem in the future.