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Thread Aardvark and Sonar 4

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spillenger

spillenger

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1 Posted on 03/02/2005 at 15:43:29
I just upgraded to Sonar 4 from Sonar 3, and the program is not recognizing my Aardvark LX6 sound card. It finds the Audigy 2 I use for MIDI purposes, and even offers the LX6 as an option for MIDI input, but it doesn't show up in my options-audio menu. It was working fine in Sonar 3. There was a sheet from Aardvark on how to set up the LX6 with Sonar, but now the company is evidently out of business!

I find it hard to believe my Aardvark driver went away when I uninstalled Sonar 3. After all, Sonar 4 is recognizing it -- just not for audio. Anybody have instructions on how to get the LX6 and Sonar to be friends again?

My system:

Dell Pentium 4 (Dimension 4600) running at 3.06 GHz, with hyperthreading technology; 1 gig RAM; 120-gig HD; Windows XP Home 5.1

Sound Cards: Soundblaster Audigy 2 for Midi; Aardvark DirectPro LX6 for audio

Thanks.

Paul S.
bluebass_en

bluebass_en

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2 Posted on 03/16/2005 at 10:01:46
Did you try reloading the LX6 software? It may have been lost or changed with the new install.
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