It's just the card connections that are getting outdated. #5 aleef Max Output Level: -82 dBFS Total Posts : 431 Joined: 2006/09/14 20:02:26Location: la/ca Status: offline Re: Is it time to I'm running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit and Echo Mia Midi with the latest Echo drivers. Miroslav Music - YouTube Reply With Quote 01-20-2011 #9 Freudian Slip View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Three Thousand and Counting Join Date Aug 2001 Location Oregon Age 47 Posts If his works, I would guess he is using one on the X79 platform (i7 3820, 3930k, 4930k). navigate to this website
I have to try and research this. I seriously would have never bought win 7 except for the fact that on one o my attempts to load XP with Raid support I went to wipe the XP disk Why PCI? I have one and I keep it for my old system and/or if I want some extra channels. https://echoaudio.com/pages/windows-drivers
I've got a great sounding old Aardvark Q-10 sitting here gathering dust. And then I called Echo and was told it would not work! Copyright © 2005-2017. I've been recording at 24/48k lately so I'm not even maxing out the old girl's own capabilities!
No complains here! ;-) Best wishes Yves Share Quote 26th October 2013 #18 greggybud Lives for gear My Studio Quote: Originally Posted by spooks I've built my I've been recording/playing 24/88.2 tracks for a long time now...on a 10 year-old dual 900 MHz Pentium-class computer without any HD hiccups....though like I said, I do use SCSI drives which Long story short I now have a win7 x86, sonar 6, dual layla 24/96, single primary sata drive with a data striped 600 gb audio drive. Echo Audiofire 8 There is hope!
Sent from my XT907 Share Quote 21st October 2013 #9 rog951 Gear Addict My Studio Quote: Originally Posted by greggybud My 24 bit would not work under Echo Mia Sound Card The 24/96's are solid work-horses. The ADAT/Optical in would allow you to connect an external pre amp unit (like a Focusrite Octopre) or another interface provided the extra unit has an optical out. So if I want to run multiple outs to a board or something I can.
And the eBay search for the PCI-X interface card is about to begin!Again Thanks,Dan Dan Sanders Sonar X1, X2, X3 Windows 7 - 64 Gigabyte X58a-UD3R. Echo Audiofire 2 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 Ticks me off because I really did try to do my homework when choosing the board.It still works after some system tweaks but if I push it too hard it craps I had no use to go raid0 until went 24 bit.
That sounds good, can probably find one for $50 or less. Share Quote 28th October 2013 #21 rog951 Gear Addict My Studio Quote: Originally Posted by greggybud https://www.gearslutz.com/board/music-computers/874799-echo-gina-pci-usable-today.html Version 2.1About Us|Contact Us|TestimonialsPrivacy Policies|Disclaimer|Agreement DriversCollection.com Contacts Forum My drivers Search Home Echo SOUND Gina24 Echo Gina24 drivers Free drivers for Echo Gina24. Echo Layla 24/96 Swapped it for an AudioFire Pre 8 about 5 years ago and it still sits in the mix room to this day, working without a hitch.Echo always made the best drivers, Echo Audiofire 12 Drivers I liked Echo Audio, they were very responsive and made quality hardware.When I decided to replace it my main concerns were (1) low price and (2) long-term compatibility.
Hate windows 7? useful reference I don't bother with RAID...I use four SCSI drives for my audio, each split into two partitions...then I have them "criss-cross" assigned as: WORK1 BACKUP2 WORK2 BACKUP1 WORK3 BACKUP4 WORK4 BACKUP3 User Control Panel Log out Forums Posts Latest Posts Active Posts Recently Visited Search Results View More Blog Recent Blog Posts View More Photos Recent Photos My Favorites View More Photo I ended up with an Echo (firewire) box, and it works great. Share Quote 8th October 2013 #5 CPhoenix Lives for gear 4 Reviews written Should still be Echo Audiofire 4
Downloads Echo Layla Gina Darla driver 7.3 Freeware App Download Echo Layla Gina Darla driver 1.6.1 Freeware App Download Echo Layla Gina Darla driver 1.3 Freeware App Download The only time ASIO might not get you out of trouble is if you rely on ASIO4ALL, because that must contend with the same issues that Sonars WDM/KS has" Does this Layla24, Mona, Gina24, Mia, Mia Midi Operating System Driver Windows Me, 2000, XP 6.08 download Our older products and archived drivers can be found here. my review here I have a 3770k i7, works fine. Share Quote 31st October 2013 #22 Paul_W Gear interested Thread Starter I made a mistake.
If you have the version 8.6 drivers installed, it should work. Echo Audio Interface Rob -------- Core i7,3.4 GHz, 16Gb RAM, Win10 Pro (64-bit),2 Tb HD, SONARPlatinum Producer,Roland Quad Capture, Alesis QS8 rjnorwich.worpress.com #2 Beepster Max Output Level: 0 dBFS Total Posts : 15458 Joined: It is an outburst of wild defiant sorrow, and of contempt for all the adversities of the world. - Aldo Leopold #30 Page: 12 > Showing page 1 of 2 Jump
Still a very nice board and I can hook up pretty much anything imaginable but that one little thing reduced the stability of my Layla. Y General Topic Guitar Recording / Editing Headphones How to? That said, lots of variables in hardware/software that might mess things up I suppose. Amazon Echo Driver Real straight forward.
Purewave no longer possible with Windows 7 regards, Beemer Reply With Quote 01-20-2011 #5 Freudian Slip View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Three Thousand and Counting Join Date Aug 2001 I'm running under W2K...no issues, and will soon "upgrade" to a new box running XP because I have a couple of XP-only apps I want to use, but I know XP That's really weird because the "current" (released in late 2011) version 8.6 driver documentation claims Windows 7 64 bit compatibility. get redirected here all you need is just one good signal chain.
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Stick with the Echo, use the M-audio and swap cables every once in a while, or go with something new that has similar in/outs to the Layla? The song I have loaded to test this out is 19 tracks playing with 10 recording. I highly doubt the 20 bit would either. Intel i7 3820 3.6 GHz ASUS Sabertooth X79 16Gb SonarX2PE ProTools11 RME HDSP9632 #6 Beepster Max Output Level: 0 dBFS Total Posts : 15458 Joined: 2012/05/11 19:11:24 Status: offline Re:
Once I get XP back on there I will not even think about windows 7 unless I upgrade everything to the latest and greatest. This is a common occurence, especially with the MediaPlayer on XP install discs. I finally moved on to a Roland Octacapture. I have seen PCI to PCIe adapters and was wondering if these adapters would allow someone to use the Gina on a modern Windows PC.
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Reply With Quote 01-20-2011 #2 Beemer View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles New Member Join Date Nov 2010 Location Scotland Posts 45 Thanks 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts I just figured hell, I am really barely tapping the CPU but, the hard drives are killing me soooo. The breakout box is fine. Page 1 of 2 12 > New Reply Thread Tools Search thread
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