Only way for me to tell is purchase a device then try out and if it fails then take it back to sale vendor. Originally Posted by Amadika. There’s definitely Windows x64 drivers for the Firewire Multimix ‘cos I’m using them, and that’s a discontinued product. Wish to upgrade the audio chain. I no longer use it as my set up has changed but I had great success with it on my older set up.
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I have a multimix albeit a FW12 but that’s older technology than the USB versions of the multimix and I have drivers that work on Windows 7 x64, so you should be able to get drivers for yours asuo any problem. Heck I go over and do it to now: Surely they have better support for the later models?
I aslo Google, and apparently this is a common problem, but I haven’t yet discovered a solution. Therefore you should also disable your onboard soundcard in windows so the two don’t fight for control of your playbacks.
On the Multimix USB4 page no drivers. I’m writing special software to use ASIO for very low latency audio server.
Send a private message to g8torcliff. I would try those out. Can Record now but no headphone monitoring For the sake of helping others who might be having similar problems: I just read the specs Best Regards, Jim Roseberry jim studiocat.
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Thank you for the reply. Alesis does not have any drivers on their site.
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I’m having a similar problem to this for playback with a USB Alesis io2 I went onto the site and got the ASIO drivers, went to preferences in Reaper, set them to them driver and changed to my card in the drop down menus. Essentials Only Full Version. I think the consensus is that Alesis multimi simply just don’t play well with Sonar.
If it’s not the high pitched squeal then it’s the drivers or a latency issue or drop outs. When I imported a track to listen to, it played back fine, but when I imported a number of tracks from a project I aio to work on, there is an incredibly harsh distorted sound throughout the track almost to the tempo I’ve tried everything, changing the drivers, disabling other deviced in Windows – my head is wrecked trying to get some understanding of it It’s really driving me insane because I got Reaper to mix my portfolio for college in, and Mulltimix need a first draft of this song in for Monday Anyone know what it might be?
I’d be thrilled if someone could now tell me how to monitor using the headphone input on the MultiMix 4. Can Record now but no headphone monitoring. I think you may have misunderstood my question.
Give it a try and let us know if it works. Tech guy at Alesis is an idiot Then go to Reapers Options menu and select preferences then go to Audio Device. I’m literally out of my mind trying to figure it out!
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Jim Roseberry Max Output Level: The multi mix will more than likely be recognized as a USB audio device by Windows. Find More Posts by fergality.
Anyway, there are no x64 drivers for the multimix series Originally Posted by Amadika For the sake of helping others who might be having similar problems: Overview Topics Products People Change log.