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Author Topic: does arturia have their own asio driver for win10 - asio4all sucks  (Read 289 times)

sdipaola

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I bought both analog lab and a keylab essential 49 - where I am doing vst / midi composing. I was disheartened to find out that Arturia does not supply a good branded ASIO driver (even IK multimedia supplies an asio driver for their cheap irig hardware) so I am forced to use asio4all on win10 - which has so many problems but worst is it disallows any other sounds on windows so you can not even watch the 'how to' Arturia video to use the very software/hardware you bought from them. Any solutions? There is a specific trick to get a FLstudio asio driver but I would prefer to get one that Arturia makes or recommends.

suggestions?

GoToAndromeda

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Re: does arturia have their own asio driver for win10 - asio4all sucks
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2020, 09:55:24 pm »
I use Steinberg's Generic Lower Latency ASIO Driver which comes with Cubase, but can be installed independently and doesn't require activation.

sdipaola

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Re: does arturia have their own asio driver for win10 - asio4all sucks
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2020, 04:35:16 am »
OK - I have cubase, so I can try that -- since this post I am using a suggestion from music folks to download flstudio, take out there fla asio driver then uninstall. And use the FLA asio driver. So far it seems like a good driver where latency is low and I can use my Daw/VST arturia as well as youtube and other windows sound tools.

 

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