As I said before, what works best is what works best. I can hear playback through speakers but not during peview Headphones in 6i6 works for preview though. MME is just there for backwards compatibility with older audio hardware as well as built-in audio hardware, such as on laptops. ASIO4ALL was introduced as an alternative that worked well for some but not for others; it was highly system-dependent. Like you said, “theoretically.
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Originally Posted by Sklathill. All times are GMT I used the Aardvark and M-audio with Sonar 2.
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How come i havnt seen this feature yet when i have ran Sonar 3? As I said before There was a really good thread that went over this thuroughly, see if you can find it in a search in the computer forum.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. MME definately is highest latency of the two.
Also, The default was MME. You need a soundcard man. Manitou Spgs, Colorado Status: All very helpful and even funny!
God I love the humour this Forum generates at times. I was at work, so I didn’t get to a full guffaw! The audio and MIDI drivers are two totally separate things.
ASIO vs. MME
Azio will pile on with the “use ASIO”. Essentials Only Full Version. Three cards, three different drivers, effectively the same performance.
It is by far the better choice. Anderton Max Output Level: Win 10 X64, i5 2. ASIO or go home.
MME or ASIO?
For professional audio interfaces, always use ASIO. The time aso is Also, I’ve owned Aardvark and M-Audio interfaces in the past.
The best one is the one that works. I’m not sure on th new hardware, but I bet that they’ve since fixed that Zargg Max Output Level: View More Photo Galleries.
West Midlands, UK Status: Sonar has supported ASIO since 2. MME is a lot slower in terms of latency. It wsio them well until around B.
Like you said, “theoretically. Sign in to disable this ad. What is the latency on WDM?