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But keep all these suggestions coming. When I first install Vista, I had no sound card in the computer, but did... Firewire is always a great way to go as far as audio units 😉 Jason [quote comment=""][…] What Sound Card do we Reccomend? I Have Sound!

does the issue get resolved. have no issues with but with text the top inch is slightly darker but you only notice it at first. Latency is extremely low, set up is very easy, and echo's support center is very helpful. DJ Bear I own the Audiofire4 and use it with Windows XP on a RICOH firewire chipset, and even with all of those "draw backs" the audiofire performs beautifully.

FisherElsevier, Jun 1, 2005 - Music - 305 pages 0 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/Cash_Tracks.html?id=W7ER2Qms5uMCThis new, updated second edition provides musicians with all the latest information they need to make jingles and score video productions. Even though its impossible to answer each and every question fully, dont stop sending them in. Here you can find the Best Sound Cards Available Online and for an extremely competitive price.  

Give Us Your Opinion on the Sound Card? USB adds significantly to that latency and could tip it over the edge of usability.As I said, if you use hardware FX pedals and hardware monitoring from the sound card, latency

  1. Looper I recently purchased Audiofire2 and compared it with my RME Fireface800 playing Traktor using Tannoy studio monitors and to my ears and my big surprise it sounded very close.
  2. However, when I do choose a sound card I would usually buy a basic card.
  3. The drivers are reliable and have low latencey.
  4. You pay for circuit design and long term driver entrancement plus software add ons.So you also need need to ask yourself, what am I buying into if all else is pretty

Logged jacksroadhouse Stadium Superstar Posts: 1665 Good Vibes 48 Re: trying to decide on an external sound card « Reply #11 on: March 04, 2012, 08:09:58 am » @joshs: which one Each and every issue is packed with punishing product reviews, insightful and innovative how-to stories and the illuminating technical articles that enthusiasts crave. In Unreal Tournament with the enhanced Creative EAX patch, the Santa Cruz sounded beautiful while the Live! I don't think the sound card is a component that hundreds of dollars should be spent on and I would probably spend from about $AU10-$50.

Ask ! I came a cross theBehringer U Control (29.95) http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_MI?url=search-a…and the Roland Edirol UA-1EX: (79.95) http://www.amazon.com/Edirol-UA-1EX-USB-Audio-Int…I have an old Roland Edirol that I used to connect a mac out to a 12 In terms of recording, the results are definitely a lot better than when I use my Tracker Pre interface.I know there are better interfaces out there, but given the value-for-money with view publisher site skenderbeg Ok, so I have been unsatisfied with my digital djing set up so far on the grounds of sound quality (my tunes always sound weak / without punch / or

They come with a really cheaply made usb interface. The sound card is one of those extras that are not compulsory on a computer so if you would like to save money on your computer then the sound card is Every Friday, until you get sick of it, I will answer one letter in detail. For $439 I picked up a samsung t240 at best buy and Ilove it for gaming.

Not sure what direction everything should go.I could go pricey, but I rather not. If everyone gets that issue then that pretty much speaks for itself.I had a chart somewhere that showed the chipsets most people were using and many of these things all use I want a 24 inch but I'm not sure if my configuration will be enough for that or if I need to go bigger.Samsung looks like it has a lot of Any help or advice would be very much appreciated…thanks so muchMichael Guust-Fi I bought the AudioFire 4 after reading this: http://www.gearslutz.com/board/gear-shoot-outs-so…I made a post in the forums somewhere too.I assume the

And I found out AFTER I ordered that the HAF was pretty much already stage 3 cooling...oh well. Sound & Audio My Creative Sound Blaster X-FI Sound Card Works Now with Creative's RC1 Device Driver's! I got the AudioFire because it's supposed to have the best sound quality. For example [my story] would show as my story on the Web page containing your story.

I was talking to the doorman of my companies building that's a DJ who says that I couldn't connect my two turntables using either one of these two interfaces.My question…Will one OS Vista Ultimate x64 Reply With Quote New 20 Jun 2008 #2 skunksmash View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message im coming for cake Join Date : Jan 2008 norfolk then check web site for driver updates.you are always going to find issues on the forum but the key is.... are newer models.

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Fisher teaches audio and video production and post-production at the College of DuPage Motion Picture/Television department in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.Bibliographic informationTitleCash Tracks: Compose, Produce, and Sell Your Original Soundtrack Music and If you're using hardware monitoring this won't be an issue. If so then you probably don't need a sound card anyway. Obviously if you have a powerful enough PC it won't be a major issue, especially if you are recording one channel at a time.Regardless, a USB sound card will always have

DJELIBKLYN [quote comment=""]You should include the ESI U46 DJ in your test.It's around 200$ and the current driver version is pretty stable.The only thing about it that bothers me is headphone Enough is enough - I am going to upgrade to a 'hotter' output soundcard. at djtechtools.com […][/quote]This may be a little late in the discussion, however if anyone does read this, what are the thoughts on the Kontrol 1?I want to run Traktor 3.2 with I'm probably going to chuck it and spend another $250 on one of these other cards.

I have one of the bigger Xenyx mixers (X2442) and I have no complaints. It's loud, clean, and stable and compact. Also this new section is a great idea, cheers Ean! I have personally used several of their cards in the studio and the road and I was never disappointed with the reliability and ease of use.

The kind letters you send are what keeps me going and helps put a personal feel on this sometimes distant internet thing.When we recieve an email with a complicated question, I Vista General No Sound, Sound Blaster Audigy 2 card not recognizedI'm running Vista RC1 and am having a problem getting the sound to work. of the gig!? 😀 Ean Golden [quote comment="15195"]Ok, so I have been unsatisfied with my digital djing set up so far on the grounds of sound quality (my tunes always sound I changed nothing.

Like someone suggested earlier, go through the gearslutz forum and look up the audiofire and check out all of the positive comments it has received. Or are you just a common pc user who needs it for windows sounds or for other basic entertainment.

My Recommendation When I choose a motherboard I usually choose one JesC [quote comment=""]Thanks for your feedback guys, personal experiences are very helpful for those looking to buy a card.[/quote]All I can comment on is the Echo Inidigo DJ. DST4ME Members Profile Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List DS ELITE Joined: 14 Apr 2008 Online Status: Offline Posts: 34594 QuoteReply Posted: 18 Oct 2008 at 6:51am thats cool,