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i use sonar 6 producers edition. Log in / Username Password Verification Stay logged in Login Forgot Your Password? so i try to change it. And you don’t have to be a musical genius or a computer geek to do it! http://advianetwork.com/audio-driver/audio-driver-error-sonar.html

Music Business and Promotion Performing and Playing Instruments Songwriting and Composition Recording Forums Recording Equipment and Instruments Computers (DAWs) and Soundcards Mixing and Mastering Song Evaluation Other Stuff Off Topic Discussions Alndln MP Hall of Fame Member Registered: 08/15/00 Posts: 6451 Loc: ,NY,UNITED STATES Some older audio cards can only go up to 16/20 bit(especially onboard),but if you want to import 24 Set "render" to whatever you like, but I think most people set it as 24 or 32. all this is in your sonar manual. http://forum.cakewalk.com/what39s-audio-driver-bit-depth-for-m964922.aspx

post edited by altima_boy_2001 - 2007/02/05 21:10:25 #12 Thomas Weiss Max Output Level: -90 dBFS Total Posts : 29 Joined: 2006/11/02 17:48:33 Status: offline RE: what's audio driver bit depth for? why can't I change it anyway? It doesn't seem to affect project bit depth in the strictest sense, at least. hit'em hard Share Quote Loading mentioned products ...

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The lynx is a 24 bit, but I had tried reducing the settings to eliminate the conflict. Today after starting the program the cards mysteriously appear. Click Here! *** Scott R. https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR%20X3&language=3&help=AudioPerformance.07.html Audio driver bit depth states how your interface interacts with Sonar.

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28th July 2007 #1 musaee Gear Addict My Recordings/Credits My Studio Thread Starter audio driver bit Open up Sonar and go to Options | Audio. You can't alter the audio driver bit depth because under the current driver setting the interface only supports 24 bit.

But, I record in 24 bit as is shows at the bottom right of your SONAR screen, next to the red "arm"( when recording). You may then have to exit and reopen Sonar. When the search results appear, click which product's documentation you would like to search to filter the search results further. That doesn't sound right at all - you should be recording 24 bits, but it seems like you are only recording 16 bits.

After trying the program about 20 times last night and confirming soundcard function in a different program. Get More Info All rights reserved Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Legal My Account Support Knowledge Base FAQs Online Documentation Download Products Register Products Download Command Center My Account Contact Support Community Cakewalk User It does this whether or not I check the always use the MME interface option. Top Cakewalk Products SONAR Platinum SONAR Professional SONAR Artist SONAR Home Studio L-Phase Series Plug-ins Drum Replacer Style Dials ProChannel Modules CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier RE-2A Leveling Amplifier Music Creator 7

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Reply With Quote 12-30-2001 #3 drewvta View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles New Member Join Date Dec 2000 Location Deep in the heart of Tejas Age 46 Posts 38 Thanks Even Windows Explorer can tell you basic file properties, so check if you are recording 24 or 16 bit wave files. Share Quote 31st December 2009 #3 hitthemhard Gear Upon opening program I get: Audio Driver Error: The following driver(s) either do not support the current audio format or are in use by another application It then lists whatever drivers

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New Topics List All Forums Unofficial Manufacturer Forums Cakewalk Music Software Audio Driver bit depth? Note - Using Offline Help Note: If you prefer to always use offline Help, go to Edit > Preferences > File > Advanced in your Cakewalk software and select Always Use i'm wondering what is the difference between audio driver bit depth and record bit depth. sonar says back...format not supported by sound card (motu 828 mk1) so i go into check my global audio options and record bit bit and render bit depth is both 24.

Go to focussrite's web site download there latest driver for your sound card, Then start up sonar and select your card for the ins and outs(midi and audio) why are u Record for recorded files, render for bounce, freeze, export. Rated # 1 on Top20Sites For Audio Mixing and Mastering. #6 pisquano Max Output Level: -90 dBFS Total Posts : 36 Joined: 2007/01/30 07:05:13Location: London Status: offline RE: what's audio driver this page You’ll also find out how to add instruments to your score, set tempos and keys, create chord symbols and show fretboards, add lyrics to your tune, and much more.

About Us Careers Cakewalk Dealers Copyright © 2017 Cakewalk, Inc. Note: If you prefer to always use offline Help, go to Edit> Preferences> File> Advanced, and select Always Use Offline Help. When the search results appear, click SONAR X2 Documentation to filter the search results. You need an account to post a reply.

Powered by: vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Author Post Essentials Only Full Version pisquano Max Output Level: -90 dBFS Total Posts : 36 Joined: 2007/01/30 07:05:13Location: London Status: offline 2007/02/05 20:23:50 (permalink) what's audio driver bit depth for? I hope it isnt dependant on my cards documentation because it isnt very informative. your recordings will benefit from the higher sample rate and bit depth.