3539 released

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Eugene Gavrilov, Aug 24, 2007.

  1. hari-bhari

    hari-bhari New Member

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    so what settings do i have to change in the kx mixer or dsp to tell it to use asio? or are those inputs already active. in other words if i try the asio plugin for winamp will it automatically play using my kx drivers?
     
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    yes.
     
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    I installed the asio dll for winamp and selected it for the output but when I play a song, it stops immediately and I don't hear anything. Is there some guide to setting this up?

    Also, I am unable to get line in or mic input to work on my audigy zs. I even tried to use the laptop's built in microphone input, but it only outputs through the laptop speakers if I do it that way.

    EDIT: I got the mic input working but its very noisy....has there been any solution for this?
     
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    As I stated in the other thread you started about this...
    You need to re-sample everything to 48Khz. Or set kX ASIO 'Format:' to use 44.1 (typical for MP3 encoding as far as I see - but re-sampling in winamp to 48Khz should always work)

    About the mic noise??

    Other than that - perhaps a thread in the bug report forum is appropriate. (??)
     
  5. Michel

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    The link doesn't seem to work;any other url where i can download v.3839 ?

    Michel.
     
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    The link doesn't seem to work ; any other url available?

    Thanks
    Michel
     
  7. Russ

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    If you see my post on the first page of this thread, there is a description of how to get the file (for those of us that are not from Russia) using the link that Eugene posted.
     
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    I have Audigy2 ZS. Truly 5.1 sound in Vista I can hear only when I choose "Wave Out HQ". When i choose "Master Mixer", all programs "thinking" that u have stereo, and stereo upmixing to 5.1. But with "Wave Out HQ" upmixing, speaker mixer, surrounder and bass redirection didn`t work.

    SO, when u use kx-drivers on Vista it`s impossimble to have 5.1 sound in movies or DVD-Audio with bass redirection. Or, for exmple when u watching movie with 5.1 sound it`s impossible to make rear speakers a little bit louder.
    Whether this problem is solved?
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    Now it`s doesn`t metter. I install XP and feel that Vista--bullshit.
     
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    Hey MEXX,

    thx for the link!
     
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    Does KX support SPDIF passthrough under Vista?
     
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    clicks when using asio feature

    Hi,

    I'm using driver version 3539 on an audigy zs2 notebook.
    The driver works almost without any problems, aside from:

    This happens in audio software like flstudio or wavelab, with the kX Asio Driver selected as driver:

    when playing and repeating samples, after three or four replays a click appears at the end of the sample, like a DC Offset.

    Playing the audio project for one second somehow resets the click and I'm able to listen to the samples without clicking for one or two times. Then, while playing samples a noise occurs, like multiple DC Offsets that get squashed (the "introduction" to clicking :lol:) and after that noise the clicking starts again.
    When choosing one of the kX Wave outputs the sound is clean, but since latency and stability of the driver is not comparable to the ASIO feature it is not an option.

    Does someone have an explanation?

    Following steps have been already tried:
    -adjusting buffer settings
    -reinstalling the driver
    -new setup of DSP
    -driver compatibilty settings
    -synthesizer compatibility settings
    -older driver versions

    If it is necassary, I can record that noise and post it.

    kind regards
     
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    thanks for this driver
    it's very good
     
  15. TravelRec.

    TravelRec. Alternative Audioproductions

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    Hello Kammajaega,

    thanks for the detailed report. Yes, please record the noise and post a link. I can get a ZS2NB to cross-check your results.

    Greetings
    TravelRec.
     
  16. Tyrsonswood

    Tyrsonswood HH's curmudgeon

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    Which older version for win2K

    Sorry to dig up this old thread, I'm not dragging it too far off topic.

    I have a question about the older versions of KX and which would be my best bet for this system.

    866Mhz P III with 512 ram (Dell Dimension 4100)
    Dual monitor setup,
    40 gig IDE system drive, 80 gig recording drive on it's own IDE channel.

    2 X SB Live! linked via spdif,
    a CT4830 and a SB0100 as the master card

    Windows 2000 pro SP4.

    I will be using this in the basement for recording my big amps, it's too loud to do this upstairs where my better computers are without offending the neighbors. ;) And too damp in the basement for my better systems.

    I will be using a combination of mic'd amps, straight in line level, and will probably mess around with some soundfont stuff and DSP effects plugins. Mostly I'm after the loud amps mic'd. The soundfonts (I know nothing about yet) I hope to play via a midi keyboard through the joystick port.... this is how this is done right??? And the DSP plugins I'm looking at the "guitar effects" and other stuff on Russ' KXstuff page. Also I think the ProFX plugs that Lex has done... not all the time but on occasion.

    Anyways my main question, right now I have 3538j working on this system, spdif box pops up when KX mixer loads, and I have sound ...... I haven't tested further but this should all work fine. Is there any reason to up grade to 3539 patched? Is there any way to go higher? Or even drop back to 3534 which may have better ASIO performance? I want to match versions with the plugins also, so that is a consideration.

    Any words of wisdom here, which version sounds like the best bet to you guys that have been using KX for awhile?

    I'll more than likely be using Reaper DAW as my recording software. Once I get stuff to hard drive it will go upstairs for further mixing and VST work on my other systems. I'll probably be upgrading those systems to the new beta thats in the works for the 24 bit support.

    Thanks in advance,

    Peace
     
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  17. dj_stick

    dj_stick Apple Fanboy?

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    on a win2k machine, 3534f would probably give better performance/stability
     

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