Version 2.16 released!

  • This version officially supports Windows 10 and Windows 11.
  • Also confirmed to work with Windows 7 and Windows 8, with some minor GUI visual artefacts, though.
  • Report bugs to feedback@asio4all.com!

Changes since version 2.15:

  • “Off-Line Settings” brought back, due to popular demand.
  • Now only one single installer, combining all languages supported.
  • Fixed regression that would sometimes constrain bit depth to 16 bits only.
  • Workaround for Intel SST USB wrapper.
  • Workaround for on-board audio on Gemini Lake Refresh (and possibly others as well).
  • Fixed: Sample rate would appear “stuck” at low setting (e.g. 8kHz) after swithing back and forth between audio devices inside the ASIO4ALL GUI.
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9 responses to “Version 2.16 released!”

  1. Hi,

    First of all thanks for the hard work. It helped me a lot.

    Thou yesterday I tried to use it with a Behringer X18. It was recoqnized by asio4all but only 16 out of 18 inputs and 2 channels were duplicated.
    The order was also wrong as well.

    Is there a fix for it or anything i can do?
    If not, might there be a patch later?

    kind regards

    Taske

    1. Behringer X18 is a professional audio interface, but you use asio4all, which is a magical thing

  2. When first opened, is it possible not to load an existing driver device? Or, after the user has customly selected a device, can the software automatically select a default device when the selected device is not connected?

    1. I have found the solution.

  3. Bhavadharani Avatar
    Bhavadharani

    Hi,
    I’m interested in exploring the ASIO4ALL application and I’m curious about the source code. Could you please let me know if it’s available for public access? If so, could you recommend the official repository?

    Thank you for your time and assistance.

    1. This obviously means that 70 out of 74 virus scanners must be absolute junk – as they completely *fail* to default to false positive, in case of a file yet unkown to them?

    2. HyakoV2 Avatar
      HyakoV2

      Probably False Postive.

  4. Nat Cade Avatar
    Nat Cade

    Thank you for your continued work on this project.

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