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Hello everybody!
I’ve been using fmod for my small apps a few times and this time I were thinking of creating a simple program so that my laptop can work as send – return effect and I have gotten vst working and low latency record monitor on my Creative X-Fi but on my laptop (From the stoneage) I have to use ASIO4all to get my latency low enough to use as a effectrack and it works wonders in Cubase but it’s is to much to use cubase at a gig hence the need for my program :)

Well onward to the question, Low Latency Works with my ASIO 2.0 capable X-Fi wonders but with my ASIO4all it is quite the latency.
I use the System.SetDSPBuffer() at aproximitly 50 and the System.GetDSPBuffer gives my 50 on both cards, but there is a significant lag on the ASIO4all.

When I’m trying to lower the sample in ASIO4all control I get an unavailable so I don’t even know if fmod is using the ASIO4all driver or if it just uses the ASIO std drivers.

Is there a function I’m missing so I can select between ASIO2.0 ASIO4all or Creative ASIO and all the likes?

Thanx for a brilliant project by the way, saved my day several times

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Noone? let me rephrase the question, Is there ANY way to tell wich ASIO driver fmod is using or how to set it up? I would guess fmod does it automaticly but well, it would be good to know how.

Because for example my Creative X-Fi should be able to use both ASIO4all and Creative ASIO and probably the slow older ASIO me or what it’s called, But correct me if i’m wrong.

Thx

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look at nearly every example, they use setDriver

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Oh, darn. Don’t know how I missed that, Anyways thank you a million for the reply.

Even if it were quite the stupid question. :)

Thx

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