For those we have lost. Create a username and password below and an account will be created and your post entered. Copy everything now shown in the value box to a post here. Anyone who has any suggestions, I am willing to follow them to the letter if possible and describe in as much detail as needed what is going wrong and why. I’ve upgraded my PC seemingly to have my soundcard unusable. Using XP meant I wasn’t using my system as 64 bit, but now I am. Originally Posted by dbbubba.
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I’ve upgraded my PC seemingly to have my soundcard unusable. It’s been a while since I had either but my recollection is that the cuemix associated with the was a quantum leap better. Now, when trying to update my drivers for “Multimedia Audio Controller” which is what Windows calls the MOTU until drivers are installed and pointing it to ,otu the folder with those files in, it says it can’t find any drivers.
mtu For those we have lost. As anyone who produces can imagine, loosing the use of your soundcard renders everything else pointless. Anyone who has any suggestions, I am willing to follow them to the letter if possible and describe in as much detail as needed what is going wrong and why.
– What are the system requirements for the PCI system?
I know the card is old and dated, but I don’t have the money to go buying a new soundcard. You need an account to post a reply. CueMix DSP completely eliminates the buffer latency associated with monitoring on host-based systems.
I’ve owned both, and the is a useless POS in comparison. With the card, the monitor latency is directly tied to the buffer setting.
What are the system requirements for the PCI-324 system?
Copy everything now shown in the pci-234 box to a post here. I know the guy in that thread states he didn’t get around to actually putting any audio through it, but he states “I was able to configure the MOTU so I assume it’s good to go.
Very flexible and easy to use. Hosted by Nimbus Hosting. But there’s a major issue which was holding me back, that I thought would be OK, but is now a major problem.
Because the mixing takes place on the card itself, instead of making the round trip from the PCI bus to the host processor, the PCIX system provides the same near-zero latency performance as today’s latest digital mixers. No drain on computer because of dsp?
You can route any input but only through the 4 busess. It works just as well as units costing several hundred quid or more, or at least it did until I upgraded to Windows 7. Is this the same on both the and ?
– MOTU PCI Compatibility with a Windows PC
Change the dropdown box to say “Hardware Ids”. Can cuemix audio be routed to any output on a motu interface? I’m wondering about the differences and if I should upgrade, Thanks! Who is online In total there is 1 user online:: No registered users and 1 guest. So I’m really annoyed and pissed off by this, and need to find a solution ASAP, which I know is possible as others have managed it unless the guy in that thread is a maniac or a liar, which I doubt.
Right click on the card needing driver.
MOTU PCI-324 Compatibility with a Windows PC
Create a username and password below and an account will be mktu and your post entered. Remove this ad forever by registering! The has its own dsp to handle the monitoring.