gigabyte gt1000 m/board
pentium 4 with hyperthreading enabled
terratec dmx6 fire soundcard ( multiclient asio and gsif compatible,latest drivers)
matrox millenium g550 dual head soundcard (latest drivers)
I'm trying to set up gigastudio 3 orchestra as a vsti in cubase sx 2 using this new vsti k-v-r fmax wrapper. So far, despite following the giga manual instructions and the instructions that came with the wrapper, I can get anything!!
Aside from a couple of blue screens, and once giving up and switching to rewire, only to get lots of signs of inputs and outputs seeming to be working ( the input and output levels jumping when I press the keyboard, but no sound coming out), that's it....
So - could anyone suggest an idiots step by step guide to setting gs3 up as a vsti using this wrapper - I had such high hopes.....????
hey thanks - I disabled hyperthreading and now it works - brill! However, I found it made a really distorted sound until I enabled dual client on the sound card - I thought this fx-max vsti wrapper was supps=osed to emulate gisf drivers so you could leave the soundcard in asio mode and get lower latency? Lateny, consequently, ain't great, but I am pleased to get it working? Any suggestons to lower latency? (new soundcard???)
many thanks for your help - I have since got it working WITH hyperthreading enabled ! The latency is a little better too. I think, from scanning around various forums, that there may be a problem with the dmx 6fire card - it's only gsif compatible, not gsif 2 - so I had a look around and there seems to be a new terratec card ( the aureon 7.1) which supports gsif2 - so I may look into that. I'll also try the wrapper forum.