I just registered and switched to ASIO4ALL, and it got rid of all latency, but now no FX will work. When I switch back to Directsound, they work fine (with latency, of course). Can someone please help? This is really dissapointing me.
edit: Just realized no vsts are working, instruments or FX. Pleeeeeease help.
I’m using Windows XP with the soundcard it came with. This may help a little: I just checked the ASIO4ALL advanced settings and there is no output. It asks if MS GS Wavetable Synth is enabled, but I have no idea how to check. No VSTs work. Hope that helps.
edit: just enabled MS GS Wavetable Synth, still nothing.
[s]The Asio4All does not seem to recognise your soundcard probably.
The WDM device list should display your available soundcourd and it should be expandable (a plus-sign in front of the device name)
When you expand the device, it should show you all inputs and all outputs of that device, also all outputs should be in active state (the play symbol should be highlighted)
You may want to check out the ASIO audio buffer and raise this one a bit higher or check the “Hardware Buffer” checkbox.
Perhaps the “Force WDM driver to 16 bit” may help out as well if your soundcard is offering audio in e.g. 20-bit resolution.
OK rather than make a new thread i’m gonna post here with another problem i’m having. The first time I open Renoise everything works fine, but after closing and reopening later I get no audio. I check the ASIO4ALL settings and there’s no output. I read another thread where someone had this problem, and it turned out that he used Rewire and a component of it Rewire was still running in the background and using ASIO4ALL. The thing is: I never use Rewire. I do use the Line In thing, not sure if that would do anything though. I never had this problem before switching to ASIO4ALL. Can anyone help. The only way to fix it is to restart.
Well, i’ve managed to narrow the cause down somewhat. If I close Renoise, play some sound on the internet (Myspace, Youtube, etc), Renoise can reopen and work fine. If I play music in my media player, however (foobar2000 for me) it will not work again. Weird since foobar isnt using ASIO. Maybe if I change the output to something else still I can get good results. I shall try later.