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Yeah the advance driver is on. Also, the ASIO duplex driver you mean the generic ASIO driver? You may want to try out the kx project drivers, they should give you much lower latency than the generic ASIO drivers provided by Cubase.

Asio direct sound full duplex driver download

I'm not a pC guy anymore... All the link gave me was an 11 page manyal describing how to install and set up the drivers, and these procedures require complicated changes to the pc and laptop configuration. Yeah the advance driver is on.


I have recently installed a soundblaster live 5. Recording audio is not possible, please click on the asio control panel button in the vst device setup. You may want to try out the kx project drivers, they should give you much lower latency than the generic ASIO drivers provided by Cubase. Just make sure you spend a good bit of time reading the kx site.

Never the less, you should still be able to use the ASIO DirectX full duplex driver..... Audio for both Direct Sound Output and Input Port there should be an x in each box on the left. Now make sure that SB Live! If you are connecting a mixer or some other form of preamp that offers gain control, just set the Recording fader to max in the mixer applet and make your gain adjustments via your outboard gear.

As far as MIDI.... I'm not much of a MIDI guy. Any rate, you should be able to start a project and add a MIDI track. In the Track Inspector you should be able to select the SBLive! Then it will appear as a selection for the MIDI Output. You may also wish to check out to verify that you are getting MIDI signal through your SB's MIDI port. MIDI Yoke is also pretty cool for routing different MIDI signals.


Asio direct sound full duplex driver download

Setting up a driver for audio output (PC Windows) - Asio direct sound full duplex driver download


Asio direct sound full duplex driver download
If your system does not have a DirectX compatible audio hardware installed, this driver will probably not work. The support of this driver has been discontinued and it won´t be no longer installed. Show More Show Less. This is annoying to constantly have to do but the real problem is that when I switch to the UA-25 driver I cant hear what I am recording in out of my laptop speakers or headphones. It's the one showing the track's name.
Asio direct sound full duplex driver download
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Asio direct sound full duplex driver download

Hi, This has been causing me problems for a LONG time now but I am determined to fix it. Basically, I have installed Cubase 5 onto my 64bit Windows 7 laptop. The interface I have is an Roland Edirol UA-25. I installed the drivers etc with no problem. I have even installed the latest fully 64bit compatible drivers.

However, In cubase when I want to record in via the UA-25 I have to switch the ASIO driver in the VST Audio System. This is annoying to constantly have to do but the real problem is that when I switch to the UA-25 driver I cant hear what I am recording in out of my laptop speakers or headphones.

Open the ASIO DirectX Full Duplex Setup Dialog. Appreciate any help, Ldn2 Im not sure im getting this correct... What I mean is, if a drum loop is playing in through the UA-25 from my MPC then I can see it recording into cubase but cant hear it as its being recorded.

To hear it I have to stop the recording, switch the ASIO driver again and play what has recorded into cubase.

Hopefully that makes more sense! Booting the laptop or booting Cubase?? I have tried having it disconnected when booting the laptop but that does not help......... You shouldn't be using the asio duplex driver, just the regular native driver from Edirol. If your copy of Cubase is legit, the way to get tech support is through your MySteinberg account and complete a tech support form.

From Dec 15th you'll have to log into MySteinberg to access the forums too. Check your inputs and outputs by pressing F4, read the manual or getting started quick manual for setting up your audio device. Set up the edirol driver in your VSTaudio settings in devices.

If you're trying to record at 96 Khz, the Edirol isn't bi directional and has some kind of switch you have to select, so try recording at 44. One last thing - you could try downloading ASIO4ALL, a generic asio driver which sometimes works better than native drivers and see if your problem exists with this driver. If asio4all cures your problems, it's likely that the 64 bit Edirol driver is causing the issue in which case, contact them.

You shouldn't be using the asio duplex driver, just the regular native driver from Edirol. When I select the Edirol driver I am not able to hear anything played in cubase. That is the problem I am trying to solve. It does allow me to record audio into cubase but untill I switch to another driver I cant hear whats being played in or what has already be recorded. Check your inputs and outputs by pressing F4, read the manual or getting started quick manual for setting up your audio device.

Set up the edirol driver in your VSTaudio settings in devices. One last thing - you could try downloading ASIO4ALL, a generic asio driver which sometimes works better than native drivers and see if your problem exists with this driver.

If asio4all cures your problems, it's likely that the 64 bit Edirol driver is causing the issue in which case, contact them. Yeah I have the ASIO4ALL driver already but the problem is the same with that. The reason I use the asio duplex driver as my defult device is because it has no input latency where as the ASIO4ALL has 12 ms. As for my inputs, when I select ASIO4ALL the inputs are labelled as: Stereo In: LEFT: HD Audio Mic Input 1 RIGHT: HD Audio Mic Input 1 Is this not correct for recording in?

I do notice that when I select this driver I no longer get the error message about recording audio not being available which must be a good sign. I'm not a pC guy anymore... As for your cubase woes.... Have you read up on the direct monitoring function built into your interface? Do you know how to monitor in cubase? As for my inputs, when I select ASIO4ALL the inputs are labelled as: Stereo In: LEFT: HD Audio Mic Input 1 RIGHT: HD Audio Mic Input 1 This means it is using the inputs of your onboard audio interface, not the UA.

We recently tested the UA 25X on a workstation, and while its performance is not the best, it was stable and functional. We only tested the ASIO 64 bit driver from the unit itself, not the generic ASIO or ASIO4ALL drivers. Also, the ASIO duplex driver you mean the generic ASIO driver? This is the one we used without trouble. This means it is using the inputs of your onboard audio interface, not the UA.

We recently tested the UA 25X on a workstation, and while its performance is not the best, it was stable and functional.

We only tested the ASIO 64 bit driver from the unit itself, not the generic ASIO or ASIO4ALL drivers. Also, the ASIO duplex driver you mean the generic ASIO driver? This is the one we used without trouble. Yeah the advance driver is on. The driver I have installed is the most up-to-date 64bit driver for windows 7. I'm not a pC guy anymore...

As for your cubase woes.... Have you read up on the direct monitoring function built into your interface? Do you know how to monitor in cubase? As you may have realised I am not a pro when it comes to hardware so i dont think I do know how to monitor the interface or cubase.....

I think I will try adjusting the control panel to see if I can assign both drivers to work side by side. When its lit you should be able to hear your signal on the track you have assigned to the corresponding input. You're writing that you are recording into the UA25 and would like to direct monitor from your laptop speakers. Do you mean your internal laptop speakers which are essentially wired to your internal audio interface or external laptop speakers.

If you mean the internal ones, then you have a problem. Cubase can only work with one asio driver at the time.

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