Question about Yamaha GO46 Sound Card
I have had plenty of problems with audible static dealing with this yamaha go46 metalic brick - though through persistance I found the majority of my problems were coming from having an amd dual core processor - don't know how to explain how to fix the problem just yet but I'm looking towards setting the "goserver" (whatever the name of the program that lauches when you plug that bull*ish in) processor affinity to use only one processor. But for those of you who suffer this same prob dealing with amd try uninstalling the amd optimization (if you installed it) and compare your quality with what you heard before you uninstalled it. or just check your cpu load - I used FL Studio cpu load which is what helped me figure out what was causing my probs.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
Hi. It might be a bit late, but the solution to your problem is the fact that the phones level is dependent on output 3-4. If you turn 3-4 all the way up you should be able to hear something. You might want to route all the outputs to the digital mixer.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Hello. I had the same problem and solved by mere casuality. If you disconnect the AC power adaptor and let the Firewire connection to be the only power supplier, then the GO46 will be inmediately recognised by the "Preferences -> Sound" panel of the G4.
Hope I've been helpful. Bye.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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