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englishgent
10-14-2008, 11:46 AM
I am hoping to obtain the Steinway Standard soon, but as of now do not have an ASIO soundcard. I just have the motherboard one, which functions very well using GPO and ASIO4ALL.

Is anyone using ASIO4ALL with the Steinway? Does it work as acceptably as with GPO?

Thanks!
Owen

DarwinKopp
10-14-2008, 04:02 PM
As part of my effort to get KP2 to work properly, I installed ASIO4ALL and kept it because it just plain sounded better than my previous driver. I use it for both GPO and the Steinway. I had to play around with the buffering to get it to work right, but no complaints since. And if you don't care for it, it's appears easy enough to uninstall with Windows/Control Panel/Add or Remove Programs.

englishgent
10-14-2008, 04:48 PM
As part of my effort to get KP2 to work properly, I installed ASIO4ALL and kept it because it just plain sounded better than my previous driver. I use it for both GPO and the Steinway. I had to play around with the buffering to get it to work right, but no complaints since. And if you don't care for it, it's appears easy enough to uninstall with Windows/Control Panel/Add or Remove Programs.

Thanks, DarwinKopp. Is your soundcard ASIO compatible? (Mine is not, hence my fear that ASIO4ALL might not solve all my problems.)

DarwinKopp
10-14-2008, 07:54 PM
Thanks, DarwinKopp. Is your soundcard ASIO compatible? Yes, it appears the original ASIO driver was installed with the soundcard (Soundblaster Audigy).

David Ferris
10-16-2008, 12:37 AM
ASIO4ALL should provide a virtual ASIO driver for your 'card.

Memory says that if you're configuring say, Cubase, you should choose ASIO4ALL as your ASIO driver, when setting up a project.

englishgent
10-16-2008, 06:21 PM
ASIO4ALL should provide a virtual ASIO driver for your 'card.

Memory says that if you're configuring say, Cubase, you should choose ASIO4ALL as your ASIO driver, when setting up a project.

Thanks, David. I guess I'll take the plunge!