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USB audio interface from MOTU belonging to the UltraLite series.

Thread Ableton Driver type is showing only "coreaudio" with MOTU mk3 ultralite Hybrid

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1 Posted on 03/30/2020 at 05:12:40
Hi,

I'm experiencing small stuttering and lags in ableton using my MOTU mk3 ultralite Hybrid and i was wondering if it's because i'm using Coreaudio as the driver type. Some people talk about downloading asio driver to switch but i have a hard time understanding what the difference might be.
Is the reason why i can't switch to another driver type that MOTU doesn't have one?
Or is the fact that it's only showing coreaudio completely normal?

thanks for your answer
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