The ASIO4ALL installer uses the Nullsoft Scriptable Install System. I hereby thank the authors for making this available for free!

I’d also like to say “Thank You!” to everyone for the tremendous amount of feedback that I received. I’d like to especially thank all those putting up with all the “Test Version” stuff I sent out in order to get things working at the expense of your patience!

Also a big THANKS! to all those who are just letting me know how well it works for them and a big SORRY for not always having the time to reply!

  • A complete French localization has been provided by Guillaume Fallet.
  • Gianfranco Minischetti performed the Italian localization work.
  • The Russian localization was provided by Egor Petrov.
  • Portuguese localization courtesy of Marco Sa.
  • The Spanish translation has been the work of Ezequiel Festa.
  • A. R. Eren provided the Turkish localization.
  • 李明杰Leneer helped with the Chinese (Simplified) translation.

I have learned that there used to be a similar project, which, as of this writing, appears to have died, though.

  • Load default settings

    Load default settings

    Pressing this button will reset all configuration options to their initial defaults. Use when audio initially worked and you later got lost in the configuration process. Also, if you updated your ASIO4ALL to a new version, this option will load the settings recommended by the new version. more

  • Switch to advanced mode

    Switch to advanced mode

    Switches the control panel into “advanced” mode, where you can fix things or completely mess them up at your disposal. “Advanced” mode is explained in the “Advanced Configuration” section of this document. more

  • Advanced configuration

    Advanced configuration

    Once the control panel has been switched to advanced mode, things begin to look a little more complicated. The device list is now expandable and you can enable more than one item at a time. The device list contains Devices, Device Interfaces and so called “Pins”. Devices are independent hardware units most of the time.… more