[PD] ASIO (bug?)

Michael Iber music at chemie.fu-berlin.de
Tue May 14 19:20:58 CEST 2002

a way around is to delete any asio-entries in the windows-registry beside 
the one you want to load ....
(you can save a backup of the asio-key if you want and reinstall it by just 
double-clicking on it).That way pd loads the driver you want.

At 08:47 14.05.02 -0700, you wrote:
>Hi Tom,
>I imagine you've already tried "(...pd...) -asio -audiodev 33", yes?
>that's the way I thought it should work.  Unfortunately I've NEVER been
>able to get any of my machines to work with ASIO at all, so I can't really
>test the ASIO feature!
>On Mon, May 13, 2002 at 01:23:55PM +0100, nullpointer wrote:
> > Thanks to Matthew P (and T.Grill) I am running pd from logic audio as 
> either
> > a netreceive version (using pd-auto vst plugin) or using virtual midi ports
> >
> > However my pd audio output is delayed from the logic audio output...
> > Both pd and logic are using the same card but pd is using mme drivers and
> > logic is using asio...
> > I tried to get pd to use the asio drivers but couldn't select from the list
> > of drivers available (it always picks driver 0 -a directx driver) I want
> > driver 33 or something for asio.. So i tried upgrading from test 17 to test
> > 23 but now i can't select the card I want.. pd defaults to the onboard SB
> > soundcard...which has no asio drivers anyway!.. so i need to be able to
> > select the appropriate card device and then the correct driver for that
> > device.. I have tried lots of different combos of the command line args but
> > to no joy..
> >
> > Any tips??
> >
> > P.S. windows xp with pd test 17-23 and logic audio 5
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Tom
> >

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