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« on: Dec 29, 2017, 04:57PM »

At this time of the year my knowledge is always sorely tested by the new version of Band-in-a-Box. Thus I have to search around for knowledge, which is not always best obtained from the PG Music forum. This year I have many questions, but some are pretty general ones, which I think the experts on this forum can probably answer.

Anyway, here is my first question:

Band-in-a-Box now supports Windows Audio Session audio driver. This driver is an alternative to ASIO or MME. It apparantly has ultra-low latency on a typical Windows PC and is claimed to cut down the delays in playing or sending out MIDI information - As though I really understand what that all means. Embarrassed! So, does anyone have experience in using this new driver and what benefits or problems did it give you?

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« Reply #1 on: Dec 29, 2017, 05:14PM »

At this time of the year my knowledge is always sorely tested by the new version of Band-in-a-Box. Thus I have to search around for knowledge, which is not always best obtained from the PG Music forum. This year I have many questions, but some are pretty general ones, which I think the experts on this forum can probably answer.

Anyway, here is my first question:

Band-in-a-Box now supports Windows Audio Session audio driver. This driver is an alternative to ASIO or MME. It apparantly has ultra-low latency on a typical Windows PC and is claimed to cut down the delays in playing or sending out MIDI information - As though I really understand what that all means. Embarrassed! So, does anyone have experience in using this new driver and what benefits or problems did it give you?



My experience is not to use the windows asio driver. Use the asio driver that belongs or follow your soundcard.

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