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LePoulpeLePoulpe

AudioTrak MayaPublished on 11/21/02 at 03:52
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ISIS to replace my (APRS migration in XP), I chose the card Maya. Cheap, good perfs for use with Cubase SX + VSTi + guitar & voice.
I have a PIII 666 with 512MB and what to be disk (a partition part, with an OS part).

UTILIZATION

All nickel. Some problems with Cubase 32, as the impossibility to change the latency when playing a sequence, but it is

GETTING STARTED

Drivers OK but ... the map is no longer supported!! Too bad ...

OVERALL OPINION

Good map in the end, but belongs more to the past and the future
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Anonymous

AudioTrak MayaPublished on 12/16/01 at 06:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
PCI audio card acquisition
Card cheap 900 FRF
www.audiotrak.net
20 bit 48 KHZ

The converters are excellent quality and sound very very clean.
In fact this card is a hidden Egosys (www.Egosys.net) and benefits of this technology Cernières manufacturer.

Worth 24/96 KHZ maps that are far from having such converters

UTILIZATION

Maya adopted the model of pilot E-WDM (Enhanced Windows Driver Model) for improved handling of audio and more compatibility. Until now, drivers such as MS Windows, DirectX and WDM did not allow sufficient performance for professional audio production. In addition, Steinberg's ASIO and GSIF of Nemesys are not always supported. These differences between the...…
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PCI audio card acquisition
Card cheap 900 FRF
www.audiotrak.net
20 bit 48 KHZ

The converters are excellent quality and sound very very clean.
In fact this card is a hidden Egosys (www.Egosys.net) and benefits of this technology Cernières manufacturer.

Worth 24/96 KHZ maps that are far from having such converters

UTILIZATION

Maya adopted the model of pilot E-WDM (Enhanced Windows Driver Model) for improved handling of audio and more compatibility. Until now, drivers such as MS Windows, DirectX and WDM did not allow sufficient performance for professional audio production. In addition, Steinberg's ASIO and GSIF of Nemesys are not always supported. These differences between the pilots have created confusion among users and performance vary from one driver to another. And finally, the advent of new operating system like Windows 2000 increases the risk of poor compatibility with these drivers. Audiotrak has chosen the E-WDM for users to focus on using their software instead of their system.

Drivers 3.20 minimum for full functionality

Personally it is ideal to run the software on Windows XP 2.50.42 GigaStudio.

not crash and render greater sonare Hoontech cards.
Not talking about drivers who are very very good

WDMKS - ASIO2 - GSIF - AC3 under XP

possibility of a live and audigy with this card in the same PC

GETTING STARTED

Latency 1.5 with SONAR

With virtually zero latency Gigastudio 2.50.42

OVERALL OPINION

Superior in quality to my other DSP24 ADCA2000.
And it is the quality of drivers in XP and converters
who make the difference.

For 900 USD a very good card that lets you finally work under XP
without daily search for drivers that are 100%.
(As for Hoontech or Terratec ....)
Furthermore you can enjoy the quality Egosys (the equivalent of Gigastation) for less. !!
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  • Manufacturer: AudioTrak
  • Model: Maya
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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