I was using it about 3 minutes after I installed the drivers and have not had any problems. How does this make you feel? In this case you may not get the results you want as the buffer settings and all are determined by the default windows driver Please enter a title. If you’re experiencing latency skipping, audio dropouts, delays, etc. In the best of all possible worlds, there would be no such thing as latency—we would hear audio the moment it was created.

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Please refer to my response above. It records ok, but my problem is with monitoring.

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The larger the Latency the longer the delay the smaller the latency the shorter the delay. I’ve got a Creative Audigy 2 audio card, and this works fine when just wiring the mic direct into the microphone socket on the card at 48khzbut as soon as I try to install and use an ASIO driver the ability to record disappears also in AA3.

Alesis does not have any drivers on their site. Essentials Only Full Version. Maybe there is a driver somewhere in cyberland Here are the basic considerations to consider when adjusting buffer sizes:. I have a multimix albeit a FW12 but that’s older technology than the USB versions of the multimix and I have alezis that work on Windows 7 x64, so you should be able to get drivers for yours without any problem.


Plus I’d email Alesis tech alesls and tell them that someone alesjs there said no drivers are on the page. Forums Posts Latest Posts.

Wish to upgrade the audio chain. I’m fortunate that my rig is fairly stable, but I also cannot take advantage of low latency without bad drop outs. In this case you may not get the results you want as the buffer settings and all are determined by the default windows driver Tech guy at Alesis is an idiot Not that I’ve looked though so apologies if I’m wrong, but it’d be bizarre to say the least – mind you this is Alesis we’re talking about Go to original post.

In the end, all of the audio is sorted out and played correctly, but with a delay.

Is there an ASIO driver available for the Alesis Multi Mix 8 USB?

If you start to hear clicks, pops and other glitches in your audio, akesis increasing your buffer size at this time. I just read the specs Once it’s up you need to look for a Buffer size option.

Sorry for the confusion. Get Satisfaction uses Javascript and cookies. This buffering helps smooth out the stream of data that the mulhimix needs to handle. The multi mix will more than likely be recognized as a USB audio device by Windows.


multlmix Surely they have better support for the later models? Best solution would be an upgrade to something with ASIO drivers Slesis multimix asio drivers I have just got a Alesis muiltmix 4 usb, but according to the tech guy at alesis they don’t come with any drivers, he said to down load asio drivers from asio4all. FastBikerBoy Anyway, there are no x64 drivers for the multimix series To minimize this risk, audio can be stored in a buffer for a certain amount of time.

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Do yourself a favor and either take it back or shoot it. I think you may have misunderstood my question. If your lucky you can find some buffer settings in ASIO4ALL that may work, but since it’s controlled by the default alesks it may not be good enough I made a mistake