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Old 06-09-2009, 02:37 PM
Sherry Crann (sherry)
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Default Howdy folks, I just found o

Howdy folks,

I just found out a trick that may help if you've been having problems with Asio4All not bringing down the latency of your devices and libraries like you think it should.

Apparently the Microsoft GS Wavetable interferes with Asio4All and needs to be disabled in order for Asio4All to work properly in some (maybe all?) configurations. To disable the GS Wavetable (or any device that you have), you can do the following:

1. Open Musician or Composer

2. In the menu bar, select "Setup"

3. Click on "MIDI Devices...Configuration"

4. In the list, find the GS Wavetable _Internal Port_ (not the "Software Synth" device - that should be just below the "Internal Port" entry)

5. _Right_ click on the GS Wavetable "Internal Port", and select "Properties."

6. Click the box to UNcheck it that says "Open for MIDI output."

7. Click "Ok" to finish.

Enjoy!
Sherry
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