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Not soppot asio in fl studio

I have asus p5kpl-cm mother board and on board high defination sound card via chep set. when i use it in fl studio with asio driver sound is not proparly hear. sound is crase.

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  • parmar_cd Jan 02, 2009

    I all ready use ASIO4all but it can not work proparly. the sound is muddy/crack. The on board sound card is high defination audio.

  • parmar_cd Jan 03, 2009

    I an all ready use ASIO4all but problem not done. Thanks....

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Try a different ASIO driver. I would say that the sound card that you are using does not come with an ASIO driver so the software can't use the card correctly. I recommend ASIO4ALL. It is free to download and works with almost all soundcards and audio devices in Windows. You can get it from www.asio4all.com.

Best of luck.

Cheers

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

  • Shayne Schecht Jan 03, 2009

    You may need to play around with the ASIO buffer size, Latency compensation and Hardware Buffer settings as well as AC97 Troubleshooting settings.
    In the WDM Device list, make sure your sound card is selected and note the settings for In and Out and if they are green or red.
    For ASIO Buffer Size, SMALLER is better. Start with 128 Samples and go up or down and see what give you best sound and least latency. If your card or system can't handle higher settings and you try to set the latency in the recording software too low, it will distort and clip and sound REALLY bad.
    Latency compensation should be around 32 Samples for in and out to start. Turn off the Hardware Buffer because I am sure your sound card does not have integrated memory.

    That sound card is just not really good enough for recording. The integrated onboard sound (HD audio CODEC) is not made for recording and it is really only meant to do, 5.1 6.1 or 7.1 audio decoding for higher quality playback or media files and DVD. It is not meant to be used as a recording interface.

    There are add-on cards and USB interfaces made specifically for that, that work much better and depending on what you are recording can be VERY inexpensive. For guitar and bass or other live audio there is a 1/4" to USB cable called Light Snake that works with very well with most recording software and it is 25 or 30 USD. If you are doing MIDI, you can get a Turtle Beach or M-Audio MIDI to USB cables that will let you control software instruments for about the same cost. Microphones can be used with the light snake or they make cables for that too.

    You can get decent PCI or USB and interfaces that are made for small studios and home recording, like the E-MU 1616, 1212 or 0404 or an M-Audio Audiophile 2496 for a reasonable price at Guitar Centre or Fry's if you have one near or you or on their websites. A used one can be had on Craigslist or EBay as well. They range from less than 75 dollars to well over 300 dollars. They actually have proper inputs, and have multiple input and output jacks and MIDI in and out as well. There is also the Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS PCI cards that record 24/96 and handle the ASIO stuff really well and since they are older they are fairly cheap. Just make sure you get one that supports 24 bit recording. The main setback with them is the input is mini stereo in, the same as what you have, so you will need adapters for 1/8" mini male to 1/4" female or the optional interface that has the 1/4" jacks and MIDI ports. I used one for a long time till I got my Pro Tools hardware. I still use it for playback and for the synth chip that is on it. There are a lot of other cards that would be better for what you are trying to do.

    Hope this helps answer some of the questions, and gives you some information on other options open to you.

    Best of luck.

    Cheers




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