Audiophile USB / OSx 10.4.10 / Audio is fine but Midi not appearing anywhere
I reinstalled my M-Audio audiophile usb after reinstalling osx but now midi can't be found anywhere.
Anyone knows about the issue i could have ?
Audio is ok but no midi in logic or garage band
Besides the m-audio control panel doesn't display any midi status so there's no way to know...
I'm kinda lost...
Please help !!
Re: Audiophile USB / OSx 10.4.10 / Audio is fine but Midi...
Ok her's wuz up! It's the install **** that this driver's been tackling with since the beginning! (This somewhat goes for the oSX to i gues =) Anyway, so...
1. Uninstall the whole thing! Also run regedit (XP,Vista?) and delete everything named "Audiophile" (installed audio apps mostly recognices to the new drivers once installed so don't worry).
2. Then reboot and run the new drivers - and remember that old ****, click "continue anyway" at all THREE times.
3. Then reboot again (do NOT turn the card on yet). I turned it on after shortly after BIOS screen and that was almost too early! Anyway, then follow the "found new harware" routine - TWO times - one for SOUND and one for MIDI.
This might seem basic and all but, hey... with theese kind of cards.. sheeesh!. And when ARE they going to get there "protocal" aproved?! Next OS?!
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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.
Sounds like a USB issue. Is the device self powered? Did you try plugging in a different USB cable? Is it plugged into a powered hub?
USB 1.1 devices and USB 2 devices can cause issues together on the same bus or port. Try keeping devices separate or plug in just the maudio device. I had issues with USB Network adapters not being seen all the way because there was a older usb 1.1 device on the same hub.
Try moving the PCI sound card to another PCI slot. On standard PC machines the IRQs are limited to 15 and many cards require their own, not a shared one. (start from the lowest going up... Leave the graphics card in the top slot (if PCI as well)