Version 2.7 Beta 3

Changes since version 2.7 beta 2:    

  • Add intersection checking. Thanks to Eugene Muzychenko once again for having me have another look into this and figuring out how it _might_ work. As a matter of fact, it seems to completely work now, but I’m still puzzled why it works the way it works and not the way it _should_ have worked to begin with – probably one of the mysteries within the Microsoft(r) Universe(tm). What this means to you as the user is that this just _might_ magically resolve a number of issues with sound cards that employ “jack sharing” and stuff like that. In fact, it just _might_ resolve some more issues with other devices as well.
  • Fix: ReWuschel now also works with ASIO buffer sizes that are not a multiple of 64 samples. This sometimes was mis-perceived as having to up the buffer size if using ReWuschel when normally you should not have to. Also, the manual has been updated with some information on using ReWuschel.
  • Add dynamic buffer strategy switching. This is experimental and mainly meant to just _maybe_ prevent one or the other occasional crackle from occurring. Even if you don’t notice a difference, trust me: in _theory_, it absolutely makes sense! 







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  • Getting Started

    Getting Started

    Setting up your audio software In order to make use of ASIO4ALL, you need to configure your audio software accordingly. How you would do this depends on your particular software application. Generally, you would always enter the audio configuration menu and select ASIO -> ASIO4ALL v2. There now should be a button to launch the… more

  • WDM Device List

    WDM Device List

    This is the list of audio devices found in your system. Highlight the device that you want to make changes to. Note: All parameter changes always only apply to the device currently highlighted! Activate the device you want to use by clicking on the button next to the device name! In the picture above, the… more

  • ASIO Buffer Size

    ASIO Buffer Size

    Use the slider to adjust the ASIO buffer size for the device currently highlighted. Smaller buffer size means lower latency. Once you hear crackles or audio becomes distorted, you need to increase the buffer size. ASIO buffer size directly relates to audio latency. Thus, you want to get a rather small value here. You may… more

  • 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