Question about M-Audio Audiophile USB Audio and MIDI Interface (Macintosh and and Windows) External Sound System
I've recently realized that only both sets of inputs do not work simulataneously.
I want to run my Micro Korg and MPC through the audiophile. Is that possible.....can i hear both music from my computer and the micro korg independently? Can the micro korg/MPC play without having to go through the comp?
Would it make more sense to simply buy a basic analog mixer and run the audiophile as its own channel along with each other device (MPC and Micro Korg)?
This question is not too clear but i hope someone can assist with the basic funcitons of this device.
Thanks so much!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: installation of audiophile 192
Here is a list computer beeps and what they mean.
Most times the beeping is caused by a bad/loose connection somewhere or card not seated properly.
Try disconnecting and reconnecting everything again. Make sure that all the power plugs are connected properly even if you didn't mess with them. Moving things around can sometimes be enough to give you the "BEEPS". ";-}
If you are still having much beeping and no computing you can try my personal favorite.
Start first with verbal threats. Next move to a second floor window and, while you explain whats going to happen if it doesn't knock it off, open the window.
If that fails give it the pitch.
Believe it or not I have used this technique and after reassembly and repair.....No more beep.
I hope this helps but if not let me know and we will try something else.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
SOURCE: HI there
the latency is in the sound card.
usually you can set the CPU cache to 512 in a program or synthesizer.
Your Korg softwear may be able to ajust this if it is on your pc. Most PC have the sound card built into the mother board thereby not cutting the performance.
2. You will have to purchase a external sound card for your Audio and midi interface to get the least amount of latency.
The PC cabinet with all it components has a lot of EMI (Electromagnetic interference) that cause some of the latency issues with these device. If you can live with 2ms latency which the human ear can't determine then you can render a acceptable audio and midi setup, The Ableton Live 8 series has a latency setting for the CPU in the program. Download the demo and see if you notice a difference.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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