Thanks, I’d like to get recording again. Please choose whether you want to disable them or use them anyway. Garrigus - http://www.garrigus.com* Cakewalk SONAR Video Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/user/ScottGarrigus?sub_confirmation=1* Author of the Cakewalk Sonar and Sony Sound Forge Power book series: http://garrigus.com/?PowerBooks* Publisher of the DigiFreq music recording newsletter: http://www.digifreq.com/* Publisher of So disable your onboard sound chip and dont set your reocirdng bit rate to 32bit. http://advianetwork.com/audio-driver/audio-driver-error-sonar.html
I downloaded the SPS-66 drivers from Cakewalk (for Vista 32-bit), but I am wondering if I should uninstall and reinstall drivers firstor try a System Restore, selecting a point in time If that doesn't work, try MME, however this is a very old mode and will not allow you to play virtual instruments or monitor fx in real-time.Scott --Scott R. The following driver(s) either do not support the current audio format, or are in use by another application. Please choose whether you want to disable them or use them anyway. https://www.cakewalk.com/Support/Knowledge-Base/2003174/Audio-Driver-Error
Report to Moderator garrigus Moderator USA 13911 Posts Posted-06/18/2012: 11:46:16 AM Hi Don,Unfortunately, this may be a problem with trying to run SONAR 7 on Windows 7. Get a head start with this 93% OFF special offer! All times are GMT -7. Then this morning when I launched Sonar, for some unknown reason, I get this error message: Audio Driver Error.
In SONAR, choose Options > Audio. Today after starting the program the cards mysteriously appear. It's hard to believe I can record midi tracks perfectly but can't get the audio side to work. Good now, but not an easy transition.Good luck.Thanks for the reply.
I decided to simply download and re-install the SPS-66 drivers and I got sound. This is a complete new one on me. Stop it and start it back and it's changed the pitch. Start troubleshooting by first finding out if increasing the latency corrects the problem (yes, you will see increased 'delay' - latency.) -Jim Old Dog...
Also, I can start a playback and the audio appears to be fine. https://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/cakewalk-audio-driver-error-following-drivers-either-not-support/ Regardless of whether my computer's internal sound card is enabled or disabled, it makes no difference. #5 Beagle Max Output Level: 0 dBFS Total Posts : 50040 Joined: 2006/03/29 11:03:12Location: Fort I'm running Sonar 7 using an Echo 3G Layla sound card. I really meant I disabled computer's internal sound card and in Sonar I set the Audio Driver Bit Depth to 24.
Not familiar with WRT drivers. see here Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: Audio Driver Error? I feel privileged to have two experts trying to assist me. Your help has alwyas been so appreciated.
Garrigus - http://www.garrigus.com* Cakewalk SONAR Video Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/user/ScottGarrigus?sub_confirmation=1* Author of the Cakewalk Sonar and Sony Sound Forge Power book series: http://garrigus.com/?PowerBooks* Publisher of the DigiFreq music recording newsletter: http://www.digifreq.com/* Publisher of Happy New Year. Home Support Contact Us Privacy Sitemap All content copyright ©2017Home Recording Connection. this page Seems I've experienced this problem before but I can't remember what I did to fix it.
Once the program has started I have no choices on my audio input selections (ie None). 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 If one's soundcard is limited to 24 bits and one selects "32 bits" within Sonar, then the programmayactually be writing out 32-bit WAVs --but is probablyfilling out the higher-order bits ineach
You may then have to exit and reopen Sonar. I certainly would appreciate any help anyone could give me. Its impossible to recrd at 32bit. The mixing latency slider, of course, is grayed out using the ASIO mode.
But if thisinterpretation is correct, then technically one is recording at 32 bit --although only 24 bits in each word are significant. #9 Beagle Max Output Level: 0 dBFS Total Posts it's possible that this one is losing power intermittently causing an unload/reload of the drivers whenwindows "loses" it and finds it again. All Rights Reserved. http://advianetwork.com/audio-driver/audio-driver-error-sonar-le.html I am using Vista Ultimate.