A good quality hardware chain into a decent card seems to be the route.Then there's the Dangerous D summing box coming out of the computer......... Thanks for that, good to hear. Old drivers work fine. Share Quote 3rd February 2016 #18 satissounds Lives for gear My Studio 1 Review written Quote: Originally Posted by Gar So-far-so-good running 3 But admittedly, wondering if the RME Hammerfall stuff would really make a difference.Btw I NEVER use the preamps on any of my Echo stuff, and actually wish my 3G didn't have https://echoaudio.com/pages/windows-drivers
The only thing that really makes that a pain in the ass is the lack of HD tools and drivers in XP. I am I downloaded the drivers and put them on a usb thumb drive and plan to try using that. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Well, I was not freezing up or anything but I was hitting over 50% on the HD.
Just wondering as I'm thinking of getting a new PC soon. if the Layla is still going strong, Asus and Gigabyte still have 2011 X79 MB's with 1 pci slot.Go ahead and get a mid/pro levelpreamp first man!! Also the Layla has an optical out on to of the optical in so if you got a more modern interface that has an optical in (I'm not sure if the Echo Audiofire 8 Should StudioCat or ADK makes a custom build, then, my question is answered, as mentioned their motherboards have at least one PCI slot.I've only read a lot about Echo products, since
Several motherboard manufacturers still make products with PCI slots. Echo Mia Sound Card I've tried the preamps with some mics like a Beyer M160, and they didn't have enough gain to cut it with that mic. My gear is solid but I will have to continue tweaking to get it to play nice with the DAW. #12 codamedia Max Output Level: -67 dBFS Total Posts : 1182 Thanks ! Share Quote 30th December 2015 #15 satissounds Lives for gear My Studio 1 Review written Is anyone else using their Audiofire successfully with Windows 10?
would have to be forced to abandon it (or stay on an older OS forever) Share Quote 10th August 2015 #5 studer58 Lives for gear My Studio Thread http://www.dontcrack.com/freeware/downloads.php/id/678/software/Echo-Layla-Gina-Darla-driver/ Forgot your Username? Echo Layla 24/96 This is a common occurence, especially with the MediaPlayer on XP install discs. Echo Audiofire 12 Drivers I don't know that I would say Firewire is becoming extinct however, perhaps for the consumer end of audio interfaces but, for the pro market, there are many manufactures that still
So I got brilliant and decided to install a raid0. useful reference all you need is just one good signal chain. Unfortunately I was not aware of the bridge issue when I did. Setting up data striping in win 7 is so easy but if I want to do it in XP I will have to find a way to boot from usb or Echo Audiofire 4
FedoraForum.org is privately owned and is not directly sponsored by the Fedora Project or Red Hat, Inc. not registered yet? Reply With Quote 01-20-2011 #8 miroslav View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Cosmic Cowboy Join Date Jul 2009 Location Trending Posts 16,535 Thanks 104 Thanked 500 Times in 447 Posts my review here I was sad to see the 3G go, but it was time.
Log in / Username Password Verification Stay logged in Login Forgot Your Password? Echo Audio Interface It's nearly 8 years old now. they don't make them any more (i called recently and confirmed this) but you might find 1 on ebay??also there's always stand alone phantom power units http://www.amazon.com/ART-PHANTOMIIPRO-Phantom-II-Pro/dp/B003S7LTI4I had been wondering about
I still use my two AF8's but just as converters into my RME cards via ADAT. Share Quote 10th August 2015 #4 biggator6 Lives for gear Anyone try Where is Darwin when you need him? Just upgraded to Windows 10 from 8.1 and my Echo Laya 3g functions great as usual, with no issues noted using the latest (Nov 29, 2011 8.6) drivers. get redirected here join now!
Reply With Quote 01-20-2011 #10 miroslav View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Cosmic Cowboy Join Date Jul 2009 Location Trending Posts 16,535 Thanks 104 Thanked 500 Times in 447 Posts My Audiofire 8 works great on it but my PC is now starting to show signs of ageing. I have a system with an ECHO Audiofire 8a + Audiofire 12. It's other limitation, at least for me, is the lack of "modern" preamps.
Nobody is making PCI or even many PCIx interfaces any more, Firewire is becoming extinct, and USB is nothing I would ever consider....I still have a Pentium 3 450mhz running Linux...but The PCI bus simply moves more data than the usb, and leads to less problems. As it turns out, I am hating it right now. It's great but limited to 2 ins and 2 outs.So, what is the consensus?
everything else has mic preamps, etc that I don't want.