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ASIO Emulation
Posted 2011-01-05 09:58
Hi, I've just downloaded the Trial Version of Crossover Linux. Before posting, I searched in this forum but I didn't find teh answer to my problem.

I'd like to run Cockos Reaper (an audio sequencer/DAW) on Ubuntu 10.10.

The program runs very good, but I have to choose "Directsound" as sound driver. It plays and records, but the latency when recording is well over 1 second. In XP, I usually use ASIO (ASIO4ALL) drivers, and I can record with (virtually) zero latency

I've tried to install ASIO4ALL with no success in Crossover. Does it emulate ASIO drivers? Or any way to use Reaper with much less latency?

Thank you
Artist Formally Known as Dot
Artist Formally Known as Dot Advocate
Posted 2011-01-05 10:05

 Have a look at the following forum entry..;;forum=1;msg=80795

That should point you in the right direction, and you could
ask about this in the same thread if you get stuck,,,

Hope this helps...

Posted 2011-01-05 10:23
Thanks Don!

I've downloaded WineASIO 0.8, I see it's a BZ2 file. Does it need to be compiled for installing?
Artist Formally Known as Dot
Artist Formally Known as Dot Advocate
Posted 2011-01-05 10:37
Hi again,

  I have no experience with ASIO sorry, which is why I suggested
you ask such questions in the forum where people who have/use/know
about such ASIO things can help you - I am just a marshaller of
links and forum threads ; I keep mental notes and pass then on
to people like yourself B^)


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