Find More Posts by Vinn. Send a private message to TimOBrien. I will post back here once I get something working reasonably well. Send a private message to Doughboy. Here’s some ideas for you. Anyone using Reaper with the Mackie Blackjack?
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Essentials Only Full Version. Anyone using Reaper with the Mackie Blackjack? What is your firewire chipset? Here’s some info for you. Onyx Driver Matrix For complete compatibility details and download links, click here.
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Find More Posts by jfiz. I must admit being somewhat flabergasted by this limitation So far it appears to work but I have only tried playback of a simple project. Find More Posts by JasonSpatola.
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However, there is an ASIO aggregator called asio4all which may be a solution if I can learn about and figure out how to get the timing right. Things are normal in the Windows audio management, all devices are present and useable. Find More Posts by Doughboy. I have found no complaints anywhere concerning the latest driver.
Onyx Driver Compatibility
Featuring a true analog monitoring path directly from the preamps to your studio monitors and headphones means you can track while listening in either mono or stereo to the direct analog source with zero routing. I installed asio4all just to see what would happen. Find More Posts by Vincent of Nizzzle. All I want to do is use the Blackjack as an analog to digital converter on input only, and the Creative soundcard for output to my sound system.
Onyx Driver Compatibility | Mackie
So I thought I’d try it in Cubase – same results – so it’s nothing to do with Blackjaxk. Send a private message to tunerustler. Suggestions The Onyx Blackjack is begging you to connect it to something.
The time now is Paul P Max Output Level: Send a private message to Vincent of Nizzzle. It’s a really solid little interface, all metal, and it sits just right on my desk.
HRmk2 Series Studio Monitoring. If you must use cards, I’d saw WDM. I’ll add to this thread once I’ve gotten around to doing some real recording, in case it might be of help to others.
I progressively increased the buffer size which reduced, but didn’t eliminate, the clicks. MRmk3 Series Studio Monitoring. Now that I have X2 I needed an interface between my mobile rig and my computer, which is why I got the Mackie.
Both channels double as built-in Dis which is perfect for direct connection of guitars, basses, keyboards, drum machines, etc. I use the blwckjack Realtek audio with cheap desktop computer speakers for everyday systems sounds and web browsing.
Mmmm – not a good start.