I was very pleased after using the delta44 and a midisport USB midibox. It sounded great initially, but man have I had troubles. The latency was great with VST instruments, but then when I tried using gigastudio--forget it! the delta ASIO driver hogged all the audio ports, and of course, no audio from giga. I have tried every possible setting...I\'ve heard of the hubi loopback fix, but even this doesnt work. I cant even run other audio apps like soundforge.
Midiman support only offers me standard cut and paste solutions from their FAQ\'s which are totally useless. They say that if gigastudio is installed that cubase will not work properly. Well...I even uninstalled GS, so they are full of it.
When I use GS standalone, I get alot of clicks and pops in the audio. (No irq conflicts...standard checks have been made)I saw in an earlier posting that others are getting pops as well in GS. I am using a PII 450 with 128mb ram.
In a nutshell:
1) Is anyone out there using GS with cubase (with the M AUDIO ASIO driver, not the generic MME driver)..please say there is...
2) I do know that people are using Cakewalk with GS with no problems. What kind of system are you running? Are you getting any pops/cracks whatsoever?
Unfortunately I have the same problem with Cubase and Gigasampler and the Delta 1010.
I\'ve tried many different combinations of settings in all the programs, and never could get the Delta ASIO driver to work with Giga and Cubase. I\'ve emailed tech support for everybody, and they all point the finger at each other.
I\'m using Cakewalk 9.02 with Gigastudio 160 without any pops or clicks. I\'m running a PIII 733 coppermine on an Asus P3V4x Motherboard, 128MB PC133 RAM, Maxtor 7200 RPM UDMA66 drive for audio recording and gigs(seperate from my applications drive), and an SBLive value card, which isn\'t even GSIF. I was hoping to get the Delta 44, but maybe I\'ll hold off on that. I just recently upgraded to this system. Previously, I was using a Pentium 166, with the same hard drive and 80 MB RAM with Gigasampler 1.6, and would get pops and clicks fairly often.