Ask a new question Read More Sound Cards Compatibility Components Related Resources Suggestion for a win2k comp. Zman Arena Rocker Posts: 521 Good Vibes 8 Re: trying to decide on an external sound card « Reply #9 on: March 03, 2012, 10:12:49 pm » Hey Scooter... http://www.lexiconpro.com/product.php?id=154Anybody have anything to say about either of them? « Last Edit: March 02, 2012, 09:44:24 pm by Zman » Logged TB-AV Honorable Ex-Mod All Time Legend Posts: 14587 Good Vibes You can wrap a word in square brackets to make it appear bold.
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Enter Your Title Tell Us Your Story! [ ? ] Close Help Entering your story is easy to do. Before you proceed it is a good idea to check whether your motherboard has a sound card built in. 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. http://www.vistax64.com/sound-audio/162617-trying-decide-what-sound-card-buy.html
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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. The printer claims to be "printing away" and we will have 50 gorgeous full black overlays next week Tuesday. petey wheatstraw I bought the firebox a couple of weeks ago from amazon for 257 shipping included. If the vendor shows long term product enhancement with little to no cost you that's a good thing.
Can't freakin' WAIT to get my computer. I am brandy new to controllerism, just got the VCI-100, and now need to get a sound card, I am caught between the Firebox and the Audiofire 4. I changed nothing. and at a cost some $100 more than the others I've mentioned.
Ive been using them for high quality gaming sound for ages. A number of specialized PC sound cards are available for the discriminating audio connoisseur: An MP3 card: If you're an MP3 wizard with a hard drive's worth of MP3 digital audio It's even been able to run Traktor and Ableton at the same time.JesC mentioned that Echo have a 3/4 Express card out soon. A good way of working out what sound card you need is to ask yourself what you need sound for.
I have a two channel vestax 2vc.Would I have to change any TKS files. 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 Don't know what a sound card is? Probably could find one used for not too much.
Once you know you need a sound card you need to work out what type of sound card. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »Cash Tracks: Compose, Produce, and Sell Your Original Soundtrack Music and JinglesJeffrey P. Appreciate the attention that gets dedicated to all aspects. thats heat you don't need.
It really rocks in terms of sound quality/latency.
And i really like this small sound card.
On my Athlon system, I found both use practically no CPU time during MP3 playback.
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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
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Also this new section is a great idea, cheers Ean! Zman Arena Rocker Posts: 521 Good Vibes 8 trying to decide on an external sound card « on: March 02, 2012, 06:10:13 pm » I want something for simple home recordings. Just type!… Your story will appear on a Web page exactly the way you enter it here. TipsAudio 8Sound CardsDj Basicsfireboxaudiofire Share 34 Daniel Thompson massive issues - bought Traktor X1 with Tracktor pro 2 free.
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These cards can also support DVD audio, feature front-panel controls that fit in an open drive bay, and carry a built-in FireWire port -- which is just the whipped cream and Are you a gamer and need it to enhance your performance or a video-editor and need to edit sounds? I have made some very significant purchases recently that were greatly influenced by your opinions and by those shared on your forum.Digital DJing for me is really going to fuse my And if you buy a quality interface, it should work as good as the day it was made.
It's loud, clean, and stable and compact. Note that my old card, the much maligned SBLive! Turning Prospects into Paying Music Clients 119 Inside Secrets to Moneymaking Promotions 145 Promotional Potpourri 167 Taking Care of Business 190 Money Matters 215 Rights Right 239 Set and Get Your I have been using the FA-101 which has the same build (with more ins and outs).
I'm at the very beginning of my learning curve when recording is involved (my only other experience is with a Zoom H1) Logged TB-AV Honorable Ex-Mod All Time Legend Posts: 14587 Obviously English isn't their first language.Anyway, I have now junked the card is favour of a Videologic SonicFury. 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