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But, I appreciate the input. squall_leonhartMarch 26th, 2007, 22:03Sound cards with onboard spu processors (also known as EMU10k1/EMU10k2 when thinking creative and CMxxxxx then thinking Cmedia) Creative SoundBlaster Live 5.1 Creative SoundBlaster Live Platinum Creative SoundBlaster Usually they will have newer drivers, but the MB maker just hasn't bothered testing them and updating their suport page.Games quit crashing my mother's PC when I used the 2nd newest Use Exclusive Mode if you can, but the jitter for Shared Mode here is not bad. his comment is here

Card: USB Sound Blaster X-Fi HD OS: Windows 10 Test Submitted By: Neurobehavioral Systems Driver: Provider: Creative Technology Ltd. MotherBoard Sound Problem solved About Sound chip solved Is this RAM chip compatible to my motherboard? Scott, Surprisingly (to me, anyway) I received my 6.1.1 update today, less than 48 hours after ordering it. Note that some options change depending on whether an ASIO or Direct Sound driver is selected in the Output selector. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/audigy-2-hardwarebuffer.5629/

Setting the pan in favour of the missing channel led to no sound presentation at all. These results will in general apply to any hardware-independent stimulus delivery software using DirectX. When I do a fresh install of any version of Mandrake, the sound works correctly and is digital. You need to load a .sf2 file which is distributed on the web and on Creative CD's.

Card: Creative Audigy MP3+ OS: Windows XP Test Submitted By: Neurobehavioral Systems Driver: Provider: Creative Date: 04-11-2003 Version: (none) File Version: 5.12.1.383 Mixing Used: Custom - Sec Software Max Uncertainty: 4 I assume that the SPDIF data stream has some kind of synchronisation built-in (self-clocking data?) to avoid these kind of problems, but it doesn't seem to work as it should. On some PC-s, however, it can have the opposite effect. I have the OnBoard audio disabled and just reinstalled the latest Audigy driver.

I have got an Audigy 4, which works pretty well in 1.0.10. Card: Hercules Digifire 7.1 OS: Windows XP Test Submitted By: Neurobehavioral Systems Driver: Provider: Hercules Date: 01-10-2003 Version: (none) File Version: 5.12.1.4101 Mixing Used: DirectX Software Max Uncertainty: 10 (0 - Card: Creative Audigy 2 ZS Notebook OS: Windows XP Test Submitted By: Neurobehavioral Systems Driver: Provider: Creative Date: 10-06-2004 Version: 5.12.8.1041 File Version: 5.12.8.1041 Mixing Used: Custom - Sec Software Max http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=311390 I also figured out that my boomy bass was caused by the "Tone" slider being muted.

Rail has posted several times about how to completely remove Pro Tools before installing. Once I did that, I could run for quite some time with no issues. The original mail text is available here (In case the page disappears someday, here's a quote of the mail: What is model number of this cardĀ ??? When DirectX Software mode is used, I advise inserting 5 or 10ms of silence at the front of each sound.

The audio interface 'driver' is a program that connects Windows (and therefore FL Studio) to your audio interface. http://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=103202 Align tick lengths - This is a troubleshooting option. I can use jack, and ardour works great. good.

In MPlayer, using the "-channels 4" command line argument sends the sound driver into "surround40" mode, which changes how the sound is mixed. this content Issues with plugins? I set the CPU to like 75% or so, and the samples to 512. Buffer Length - This slider controls the audio buffer length.

Mandrake Club has another article on setting up awesfx and KMid, you can check it out here: Configuring and using the MIDI with Mandrake Linux http://mandrakeclub.com/article.php?sid=979 For older distros or users There is "Analog Mix Capture" for capture volume. Hey aussie scott it is purely coincidence that we have the same user name, well the Aussie part anyway. weblink Before 6.1, ProTools LE on Windows always appeared to use all available CPU (as viewed in Task Manager).

The list will show installed audio interface drivers, both the 'Primary Sound' and ASIO driver standards are supported. In order to perform the timing test, 10ms or silence were used at the beginning of the sound and an offset of 10ms used in SCLA. Some plugins generate or process sound differently depending on their moment-by-moment state.

The BIG Problem however is that somehow the card isn'T initialised correctly: DxDiag tells me that the card doesn't have a HARDWARE BUFFER!!!

Integrated Sound doesn't pass hardware buffers test, just software buffers. No, my sound card does not say 'emulated' under the dxdiag sound tab. I'v managed with help to fix most of them. nakamichi New Member Joined: Oct 21, 2004 Messages: 122 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Problems with ASIO4ALL v2 (2.6) , Hardware buffering,Audigy 2 and some other questions: I installed the

Is there other some way I can set this manually?ThanksLain 1 answer Last reply Feb 20, 2005 More about motherboard sound chip problems CodesmithFeb 20, 2005, 7:04 AM In the past FL Studio ASIO FL Studio ASIO has the advantage of being fully multi-client on most machines. I wasn't sure about that. http://windowsrefund.org/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-conflict.php For this test I used 1ms of silence, but previous tests showed that 0.1ms of silence sufficed.

Try something between 128 and 256 samples as a starter! Slave Tempo - On: FL Studio will synchronize with the tempo of the host. It will not harm if you try to allocate more as what the card can do. Can't really understand what happens.

Could you try thisĀ ?? I think I found the problem though, "the old Windows setup box check number 356 trick - and I missed it". But I think you don't want to connect your tv card to your AV-Receiver. Future versions of Presentation will play silence in Shared mode before playing the main audio to ensure that the sound card was already running, avoiding this issue.

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