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Michael Tippach Asio4All [Freeware]
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Michael Tippach Asio4All [Freeware]Published on 01/12/08 at 05:18
No problem whatsoever, the instructions are clear enough.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Whatever your setup, if you don't have a good, ASIO-compatible soundcard with stable drivers you will NEED this if you want to work properly on anything computer-music related. No stability problem , the result is really satisfying provided you take the time to set the ASIO buffer & latency compensation values correctly.

OVERALL OPINION

I've never yet owned a good sound card but thanks to ASIO4ALL I've always managed to work properly on computer music programs (over the years: Magix Music Studio, Tracktion, Kristal, Audacity, Cubase Studio 4) with basic, AC97 sound cards. I don't use the inputs though,......
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No problem whatsoever, the instructions are clear enough.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Whatever your setup, if you don't have a good, ASIO-compatible soundcard with stable drivers you will NEED this if you want to work properly on anything computer-music related. No stability problem , the result is really satisfying provided you take the time to set the ASIO buffer & latency compensation values correctly.

OVERALL OPINION

I've never yet owned a good sound card but thanks to ASIO4ALL I've always managed to work properly on computer music programs (over the years: Magix Music Studio, Tracktion, Kristal, Audacity, Cubase Studio 4) with basic, AC97 sound cards. I don't use the inputs though, so in this kind of use there may be a little more lag problems, but for arranging/mixing VST instruments and audio tracks recorded externally this proves very efficient.
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Michael Tippach Asio4All [Freeware]Published on 12/13/12 at 18:23
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No problem install XP or seven
Once installed, it is setting in the driver's audio software
Problem with windows 7 "Synth. SW Microsoft GS table sounds" - mounting interface available (see my tip)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Laptop toshiba core 2 and EEPC sony
4ms latency, much better than my sound card!
Very stable

OVERALL OPINION

I use it occasionally for 2 years, the solution for use with PC cards sold
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Michael Tippach Asio4All [Freeware]Published on 03/19/12 at 05:24
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no worries super simple

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

bluffing ........ I get to or near zero latency prokey with my sound system coupled with the amazing Pianoteq. Pianoteq is far better than his words "upscale" ProKeys which is actually ultra bad and unplayable tool latency compensation has me stumped ..... finally a direct sound!. Warning: running with this config, but I remember a bad result with my connected with a 140 p um1 ......

OVERALL OPINION

I just try it, works nickel in my config with a sound card base with no saturation in the ProKeys usb ........... essential free product with a master keyboard and no need for expensive sound card with MIDI (I can not believe this is......
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no worries super simple

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

bluffing ........ I get to or near zero latency prokey with my sound system coupled with the amazing Pianoteq. Pianoteq is far better than his words "upscale" ProKeys which is actually ultra bad and unplayable tool latency compensation has me stumped ..... finally a direct sound!. Warning: running with this config, but I remember a bad result with my connected with a 140 p um1 ......

OVERALL OPINION

I just try it, works nickel in my config with a sound card base with no saturation in the ProKeys usb ........... essential free product with a master keyboard and no need for expensive sound card with MIDI (I can not believe this is even better!). Thank you to the creator!
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Michael Tippach Asio4All [Freeware]Published on 12/06/05 at 02:25
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A true wonder!
Bravo for the ct humorous symbol of the simple mode.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Jobtiens 7 ms latency with the audio chipset motherboard, an AMD 64 3000 + 1.8 GHZ.

OVERALL OPINION

ASIO4ALL + + Virtual Midi Keyboard MIDI YOYE = Gnial to try computer music by computer music for beginners, for the computer music on a laptop, etc.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Michael Tippach
  • Model: Asio4All [Freeware]
  • Category: Other Music Software
  • Added in our database on: 03/31/2005

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