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Thread Multichannel output to Scarlett 18i20 from Windows 7

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1 Posted on 03/28/2014 at 14:19:04
I am using FMOD to write my own app (in C++) to send sounds to a Scarlett 18i20 audio interface. Since I was able to send sounds through two outputs only (i.e., stereo) and needed more (up to 8), I looked for a solution and came across the ASIO protocol in my research.

I installed ASIO4ALL and tested it with Ableton Live 9 Lite to make sure that it worked. Now, I am trying to integrate the ASIO SDK together with FMOD in my app, but I'm not having much success so far. I was wondering if anyone knew of a better or simpler way to accomplish this. For example, can Focusrite provide some kind of ASIO driver specifically for their products?

Thanks in advance!
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2 Posted on 04/01/2014 at 07:49:25
Ok, turns out I didn't have to use the ASIO SDK at all. All it took was a system->setOutput(FMOD_OUTPUTTYPE_ASIO) to be able to have access to as many outputs as I wanted.
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