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Reply #25
Same problems with an M-Audio Audiophile 192, no sound, tried every option I could think of.

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Reply #26
Same problems with an M-Audio Audiophile 192, no sound, tried every option I could think of.

if you want asio to work with an m-audio you have to use 24 bit padded to 32 bit, is it still there in 0.9 (I use 0.8.3)

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Reply #27

Same problems with an M-Audio Audiophile 192, no sound, tried every option I could think of.

if you want asio to work with an m-audio you have to use 24 bit padded to 32 bit, is it still there in 0.9 (I use 0.8.3)

ASIO in 0.9.1b1 is supposed to automatically choose the appropriate bit depth. And you don't *have* to use 24-bit padded to 32-bit, straight 32-bit works just fine.

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Reply #28
Hello,

when you have more then one asio device you have a message like "trouble enumerating ..."

tips: del not used HKLM\software\asio ... before to map


also I confirm that emu 1212m not working, no error, but no sound

cheers

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Reply #29
asio output works fine here (rme hdsp9632).



but i found one problem/bug:

- change the buffersize in your asio-driver-panel: sound stops in foobar.

not fixed in 0.9.1 final

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Reply #30
ASIO still broken with 0.9.1 final.

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Reply #31
Me too, no sound from ASIO with M-Audio Delta 192 (0.9.1 final).

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Reply #32
Same here for EMU 1820m. EMU ASIO added under ASIO Virtual Devices, select EMU ASIO from output @ 32-bit data format, no sound can be heard.

KS no problem though.

Will continue to use 0.9.1 since I need wma support.
Break The Rules!!!

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Reply #33
Found something strange with my m-audio firewire audiophile.
In the m-audio control panel, when the asio buffer size is set to 256, I can't hear any sound, which is the case for all m-audio owner.
But when I set it to max, 2048 I hear a strange sound when playing music, which is half music half distorted sound, as if the computer was too slow.
If set to 1024, I hear a bit more sound and a bit less music.
I can sum up like this, the higher the buffer size, the more music, I should be able to set bufer size to 10,000 to hear the normal music.

Hope this can help fix the problem

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Reply #34
Under ASIO Fb2k ver 0.91, I am unable to use my Apogee MiniDAC for 96kHz playback. The error message received is

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Unrecoverable playback error: The ASIO device does not support specified sample rate (96000Hz); please configure resampler appropriately


16bit, 44.1kHz material is fine or 24bit 96kHz played using DS is fine too.

???

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Reply #35
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Reply #36
Edit: Nothing

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Reply #37
If you are having problems getting sound from your ASIO device, please post (in a codebox!) the results of "asiodump -l 3" for us to see.

By any chance, does ASIOSigGen work?


I can also confirm the same ASIO problems with my M-Audio Revolution 7.1. Files play without errors (seekbar and playtime advance and activity shows on the spectrum analyzer) but there is no sound. ASIOSigGen works fine. Successfully generated swept tone at both 48kHz and 96kHz. The reported min and max buffer sizes are not correct since it seems to query the selected value in the m-audio control panel. The available buffer sizes are 64 min and 2688 max.

Code: [Select]
======================================================================
Name: M-Audio Revo ASIO
CLSID: {615C2C66-F8EB-11d3-B0B2-0000E8ED4AD9}
Path: D:\WINDOWS\system32\revoasio.dll
Version: 1
Input channels: 2
Output channels 8
Buffer sizes: min 1024, max 1024, preferred 1024, granularity 0
Current sample rate: 96000.00Hz
Supported rates: 32000Hz, 44100Hz, 48000Hz, 88200Hz, 96000Hz, 176400Hz, 192000Hz

ASIOOutputReady: supported
Latencies: input 1024, output 1024
CanInputMonitor: Yes
CanTimeInfo: Yes
CanTimeCode: Yes
CanTransport: No
CanInputGain: No
CanInputMeter: No
SupportPCMFormat: No
CanOutputGain: No
SupportDSDFormat: No
CanOutputMeter: No
Input channel 0 not active
        Name: Analog In 1 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Input channel 1 not active
        Name: Analog In 2 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 0 not active
        Name: Analog Out 1/2 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 1 not active
        Name: Analog Out 1/2 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 2 not active
        Name: Analog Out 3/4 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 3 not active
        Name: Analog Out 3/4 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 4 not active
        Name: Analog Out 5/6 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 5 not active
        Name: Analog Out 5/6 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 6 not active
        Name: Analog Out 7/8 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
Output channel 7 not active
        Name: Analog Out 7/8 Revolution [1]
        Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
        Channel group: 0
======================================================================

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Reply #38
with my 1212m, foobar2000 seems not load it, I cant see it in the component list, and I cant select any output device with asio.

however, after I change the name of the .dll into .old. restart foobar2000, foobar2000 told me that foo_out_asio is removed.....

Code: [Select]
Found 1 ASIO driver(s).
======================================================================
Name: E-MU ASIO
CLSID: {48653F81-8A2E-11D3-9EF0-00C0F02DD390}
Path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctasio.dll
Version: 2
Input channels: 0
Output channels 2
Buffer sizes: min 88, max 32768, preferred 2200, granularity 4
Current sample rate: 44100.00Hz
Supported rates: 44100Hz, 48000Hz, 88200Hz, 96000Hz, 176400Hz, 192000Hz
ASIOOutputReady: supported
Latencies: input 2271, output 2215
CanInputMonitor: Yes
CanTimeInfo: Yes
CanTimeCode: Yes
CanTransport: Yes
CanInputGain: Yes
CanInputMeter: Yes
SupportPCMFormat: Yes
CanOutputGain: Yes
SupportDSDFormat: Yes
CanOutputMeter: Yes
Output channel 0 not active
    Name: ASIO OUT 1 / 2
    Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
    Channel group: 0
Output channel 1 not active
    Name: ASIO OUT 1 / 2
    Sample type: 18 (ASIOSTInt32LSB)
    Channel group: 0
======================================================================
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Reply #40
theWANDERER:

Do you have configured the ASIO virtual devices in foobar preferences?
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Reply #41
theWANDERER:

Do you have configured the ASIO virtual devices in foobar preferences?



  oops....

I see it... but still no sound after configuring it.

just like other emu users

sorry that I didnt see the setting option under output device lists
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