maybe you need to purchase a decent soundcard/Audio Device. Zarathustra[H], Sep 21, 2011 Zarathustra[H], Sep 21, 2011 #31 Sep 21, 2011 #32 EarlKeim Gawd Messages: 548 Joined: Oct 8, 2008 No there was never any overhead or spikes in CPU Not sure if this would bother me or not, but I want to find pout before buying. I had been looking at the M-Audio DSM line, but they are extremely pricey. http://plexup.com/creative-asio/creative-x-fi-asio-drivers.html
Would it play, or would you have to mess around with codecs to get it to work? you haven't given details about your computer. Messages: 19,361 Joined: Aug 3, 2004 not a large market for it most likely. I got rid of it and grabbed an M-Audio which was ok but also pretty much a p.o.s.
Double-click the downloaded file. bman22, Jan 21, 2011 #13 MykeJ Forum Member Messages: 93 http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/1212MPCIe that is a PCIe card it works good you should look at it. I will never recommend Creative to anyone in the foreseeable future unless they make MASSIVE changes to how they do business.
I still cannot achieve the advertised 2ms, and I have had to set it at 10 to completely remove all stuttering, but, it could just be my computer.Click to expand... Has anybody else encountered a problem similar to this? Creative ASIO USB Driver 1.02.00 Welcome to the Creative Forum. Creative Asio Vs Asio4all Then over the years I went Sound Blaster AWE32 (didn't learn my lesson the first time) -> TurtleBeach Pinnacle Multisound card (neat onboard hardware sampler but no ASIO) -> SoundBlaster Live
File Name : XFXA_PCDRV_L11_1_02_0063.exe This download contains the latest driver and application(s) for use with your Sound Blaster X-Fi™ Surround 5.1 Pro (THX & SBX) on Windows operating systems. Sound Blaster Z Asio Latency Convenient Connectivity Gold-plated connectivity for maximum signal quality, easily accessible front-mounted headphone and microphone jacks with convenient volume control. FUCK YOU). All rights reserved.
bman22, Jan 18, 2011 #1 sowari Moderator Moderator Messages: 27,960 please download and install asio4all. Creative Console Launcher I do have a wireless card. LoneWolf, Sep 21, 2011 LoneWolf, Sep 21, 2011 #35 Sep 22, 2011 #36 vengence Level capped Messages: 22,041 Joined: Nov 7, 2007 LoneWolf said: ↑ where a lot of DSP functions is it support mic's voltage ?
File Name : XFXA_PCDRV_L11_1_02_0062.exe This download contains the driver and application(s) for use with your Sound Blaster X-Fi™ Surround 5.1 Pro. http://support.creative.com/kb/ShowArticle.aspx?sid=66753 Any reccomendations for a PCIe or PCI-X audio card that isn't excessive, or excessively expensive, but still a good card? Creative Asio Driver Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Creative Asio Usb Sound Blaster Platinum lmao that thing was a piece of ****.
I had been looking at the M-Audio DSM line, but they are extremely pricey.Click to expand... check my blog Please take a moment to rate our case. Since maschine cannot do 5.1 output, those settings did not mach, resulting in the terrible sound. Double-click the downloaded file. Creative Asio Windows 10
if you check it you did a big faver to me..........thanks you! Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro Software Pack for Windows 10 Filesize : 179.96 MB Download Show Details Release date : 25 Aug 15 This download contains the driver and application(s) Viper87227, Sep 19, 2011 Viper87227, Sep 19, 2011 #6 Sep 19, 2011 #7 EarlKeim Gawd Messages: 548 Joined: Oct 8, 2008 As I noted in the review, this is definitely a http://plexup.com/creative-asio/creative-x-fi-asio-driver.html WORLDWIDE SUPPORTIreland Visit your Region/Country Africa Asia Europe Middle East North America Oceania South America Support > Knowledgebase Solutions Related LinksBack To Support HomeSelect Another ProductDiscussion ForumsHome Page Solution ID: 66753
First thing is to ensure that the application is installed properly on your computer and you have installed and properly set up your sound card. Sound Blaster Z Enable Asio I use it exclusively for lossless music. Also adic27, yeah, my desktop is no i7, and i have only 2GB of ram.
I'm getting into a Phonic FireFly808 next - amazing sound and performance for the money ... Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Last edited: Sep 20, 2011 EarlKeim, Sep 20, 2011 EarlKeim, Sep 20, 2011 #23 Sep 20, 2011 #24 shaolin95 2[H]4U Messages: 2,592 Joined: Jan 5, 2006 Good review but note that Sound Blaster Thx Trustudio Pro Download Thank you very much.
It has 2 3.4GHz Xeon's, both have Hyperthreading, and I am running Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 on it. Note: Product specification, technical or troubleshooting information are subjected to change. I am disappointed that i have to run the x-fi at 48kHz, when its capable of 192kHz. have a peek at these guys This is due to changes and/or updates in the new firmware/driver releases.
My x-fi works better than the M-Audio 2496 that I have tried, and is good for much more than just audio. How about the 44.1 vs. 48khz issue? I do plan on upgrading eventually, but seeing as right now, my desktop already has trouble running Maschine well, and I don't have a good speaker system, I see no reason vinceprice, Jan 19, 2011 #4 sowari Moderator Moderator Messages: 27,960 bman22, to clarify....
Direct recording from your turntable Phono preamp with RIAA EQ allows direct connection of your turntable to conveniently convert your vinyl to CDs or MP3s. Maschine uses up to 512MB at a time, which, on top of the other stuff, will put quite a strain on the ram. Last edited by magg; 02-29-2016 at 04:59 PM. For more details, please read the rest of this web release note.
This is one of Creative's cut-down chips without a hardware DSP. bman22, Jan 21, 2011 #9 sowari Moderator Moderator Messages: 27,960 bman22 said: ↑ My computer does have some issues with Maschine, which is too bad, because my laptop handles it fine. bman22, Jan 23, 2011 #17 sowari Moderator Moderator Messages: 27,960 bman22 said: ↑ I have been looking at the E-MU 1212, but I realized, its absolutely hilarious how much people trash Do you have a wireless card in your desktop?
i am a Mac person but your desktop does not sound like it is suitable for music making. I never noticed any sort of anamoly. Plus, most of the usb stuff that I have doesn't last very long. I may resample a few songs in Audacity and replay them at 48k on my Titanium HD to see if it bothers me.
It has 2 3.4GHz Xeon's, both have Hyperthreading, and I am running Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 on it. I am looking at the USB for obvious reasons, plus the ability to use it on whichever system i am currently sitting at (laptop or main PC connected to 5.1 sound Another way is through third party ASIO applications, such as Cubase. are you sure that it is powerful enough to make music with?