Question about Edirol UA-25 External Sound System
I have Edirol UA-25, installed on a Microsoft XP desktop computer. I have installed the Sonar Le program that came with the Edirol, have done everything in the manual setup, tested the sound (via headphones plugged into the Edirol) and all computer sounds (Edirol sample music, itunes etc) works through the headphones... apart from the sonar le itself. I cannot hear any of the Sonar Le software samples such as Latin, and have tried to change all the volume settings- nothing has worked. I am also unable to record, no detection comes up on the Sonar Le screen even though i have done all it says to- pressed record, set up the inputs/outputs etc- and obviously i can't play anything back. please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SONAR LE NO AUDIO
make sure, if you are using windows you have the right sound card settings (control panel->audio and sound devices or however) as mentioned in the manual. Also, using sonar LE make sure to have correct settings (options->audio settings). i had trouble with playback too but now everything's working fine. in my sonar settings i use the ASIO driver mode, and mark 'share with other programs'. make sure the right sound card is selected too (options->audio->drivers) and then it sould appear in the advanced window (as for the playback and the record timing master). other possible solutions might be in the options-> midi devices window, though i doubt that. I hope this can be helpfull. Good luck! btw, any solutions on how to NOT get the registration window on the startup?
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
SOURCE: SONAR LE NO AUDIO
Microsoft re-engineered the audio bus for Windows. HD Audio is hardware specific, in the sense that specific drivers have to be written to make a piece of hardware compatible with it. Roland is not writing a driver for the UA 25 because they want you to buy an UA 25EX. Get my drift? The UA 25 uses Kernel Streaming, the old way, which exists in parallel, sort of, with the HD Audio bus. But the new ways are always prioritized over the old ways in software, so there is bus contention (glitching).
To fix this there are a few things you can try:
1) Roll back to SP2. SP3 implements the HD Audio bus, so don't use that implementation. If your laptop has an HD audio sound card then I doubt it would work, but your UA 25 would.
2) Try ASIO 4 ALL. This fixed everything but glitching in VST instruments.
3) Reduce the amount of stuff your computer is doing. Optimize your OS by turning off the cute shaded windows and desktops and various processes that you don't need to see or use. There are sites for this. This increases available RAM, CPU time, etc.
4) Video hardware acceleration, sometimes, would fix bugs in software left in by not so clever programmers.
4) You can always just give-up and go along with the bastards and buy new stuff and toss the old stuff.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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