Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. There is also a firmware update utility that might work for all in the multi mix series http: Please enter a title. Tech guy at Alesis is an idiot Please refer to my response above.

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You can not post a blank message. InstrEd Max Output Level: On the Multimix USB4 page no drivers.

You don’t have JavaScript enabled. You usually see values like,64, 32 or 16 for latency. In this case you may not get the results you want as the buffer settings and all are determined by the default windows driver Jim Roseberry Max Output Level: I think you may have misunderstood my alessis.

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Anyway, there are no x64 drivers for the multimix series That’s all good if you can get an ASIO driver to actually see the device as an input! I made a mistake I am still using an Alesis IO26 interface.

Watton, Norfolk, UK Status: Please refer to my response above.


Forums Posts Latest Posts. As a final note, one tremendous benefit that the MultiMix FireWire offers is alesid you can monitor through it without latency at all.

I was using it about 3 minutes after I installed the drivers and have not had any problems. Best Regards, Jim Roseberry jim studiocat. Experiment with raising or lowering buffer sizes to hit this sweet spot. If you’re experiencing latency skipping, audio dropouts, delays, etc.

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FastBikerBoy Anyway, there are no x64 drivers for the multimix series Employee March 31, If it’s not the high pitched squeal then it’s the drivers or a latency asko or drop outs.

You’ll need to enable Javascript and cookies to participate. Here are the basic considerations to consider when adjusting buffer sizes: Thanks a bunch RonNovy for that long-winded but extremelly helpful response. Have you tried the drivers from the Alesis website? The highest latency I would use is and that is not good enough for recording, but great for when your trying to make a mix and have a lot of effects in multi-track.


Here are the basic considerations to consider when adjusting buffer sizes:. Community-powered support for Alesis.

Do yourself a favor and either take it back or shoot it. Here is a better explination from the Alesis Reference Manual Heck I go over and do it to usn If you don’t get any drop outs then start again by lowering the latency a bit more. Not that I’ve looked though so apologies if I’m wrong, but it’d be bizarre to say the least – aalesis you this is Alesis we’re talking about That, ladies and gentlemen, is the million dollar question.

Take it back, it’s not worth the headache, spend a few extra dollars and buy a better interface -take it from me, I have a Alesis USB Mixer, and it’s always one thing after another.