I would like to setup multiple active audio drivers in MAX/MSP running on Windows. Is there any way that I could setup something similar to "Aggregate Audio Device" in OS X?
Precisely, I’d like to use VAC (Virtual Audio Cable) and send out audio signals from MAX/MSP out via multiple VACs to applciations that do not support multi-channel audio interface, i.e. they will only use channel 1-2 as default. Potentially, if I could route audio signals from MAX/MSP via multiple VACs, it should work. However, each VAC (instance) is presented itself as seperate audio drivers…
Any thought would be extremely helpful.
I was just looking this for ableton live (since it only recognises one card)
I Have not tried it yet.
Im a little worried about how stable asio4all, miditranslator, and Live will be when running together..
I’m pretty sure VAC doesn’t use ASIO, I think it uses WDM. Which is… to say… stupid.
Unfortunately there’s nothing like JACK on XP. It’s a bitch, yes. Honestly, Asio4ALL isn’t very great. I’ve installed it on a couple laptops and such. Most cards have at least 1 DSP onboard and when you use ASIO4ALL that’s done natively instead… so expect more CPU usage. Also, low buffer settings usually don’t work. It’d be better to have 2 interfaces, from two different manufacturers :/
>Unfortunately there’s nothing like JACK on XP. It’s a bitch, yes.
>Honestly, Asio4ALL isn’t very great.
Stephane Letz is making good progress on Jack for Windows… (and Tim
Mayberry with Ardour for Windows as a result):
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