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 Conclusions: This card features a powerful software interface that makes multi-tracking easy and enables multi-client capability. This was fun. Mac OS X (10.3.9 or later) 2.0.6 Beta download Mac OS X (10.3.9 or later) 2.0.2 Beta download Mac OS X (10.3.9 or later) 1.04 navigate to this website
Everything worked fine with the other sound cards such as Kore, but not the Gina 24. 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 This is very interesting that users are using this when I couldn't get mine going. Attenuation of signal should be accomplished elsewhere in the signal chain.
No. I inserted the PCI interface card into a free PCI slot and hooked it up to the breakout box. Sent from my XT907 I have a 24 bit Layla that still works great in Windows 7 64 bit.
I would've thought it still had okay value but, I just checked ebay and they're going for around $20-30 bucks at the moment. Simply, this card sounds very good, very close to the CardDeluxe that has been my benchmark. I have both 20 anf 24 bit collecting dust. Echo Mia Sound Card Manual In typical Echo fashion, a helpful and well-written manual was included with the Gina24.
Instruments Interfaces Mic Preamps Microphones Mixing (music) Mixing Consoles Monitors/Speakers Music Production News Plugins Question And Answer Studio Business Tracking Vocal Recording / Editing Voiceover Recording / Editing / Production What Echo Audiofire 12 I have since used or owned the Gina, Layla, Darla24 and now I get to test the Gina 24. All Rights Reserved. learn this here now I know that there may be issues with the fact that Gina drivers were updated to Windows XP support only, but I was wondering strictly about the hardware compatibility.
login: join with facebook The No.1 Website for Pro Audio The No.1 Website for Pro Audio Join Home Forums Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Best Gear Echo Audiofire 2 Double click on the Gina button and the properties window opens. Windows recognizes the drivers for the inputs/outputs as stereo pairs. Useability: One of the best developments in the soundcard arena of late is the inclusion of headphone jacks on the breakout box.
At the top of these monitor windows are radio buttons for Muting/Solo each side of the track. https://www.gearslutz.com/board/music-computers/874799-echo-gina-pci-usable-today.html But I'm curious if anyone uses an i7 with it? Echo Layla 24/96 Echo is a registered trademark of Echo Digital Audio Corporation. Echo Audiofire 4 As I said, I called Echo and they confirmed Gina 24 bit would not work with Windows 7 64 bit.
I don't remember my PC specifications at that time but I know that I worked on Win XP and it worked well. useful reference Did you perhaps call them before this driver was released? If his works, I would guess he is using one on the X79 platform (i7 3820, 3930k, 4930k). Since I was not able to test this out, any latency issues resulting from the Lexicon processing have not been determined. Echo Audiofire 8
Les marques, constructeurs et fabricants sont classés ci-dessous par ordre alphabétique et par catégories de matériel. While somewhat dull looking it is very powerful, a matter of function over form. I owned that and it was ok in 1995. my review here The Gina has a stereo headphone jack on its breakout box with its own volume control.
Note that the list of compatible operating systems in this table is not full. Echo Audio Interface Not all are the same. The card captured every detail of the instruments.
Hey, what kind of issues was it giving you? I may be interested in obtaining it! _____________________________________ Sorry. Warning: Rolling back to an older AudioFire driver could cause your hardware to stop working properly. get redirected here This is no surprise in that the Gina24 uses high quality AKM converters and with 24-bit/96kHz capability.
The advantage of independent volume control is that you can utilize every bit of the digital signal available by running your outputs at full volume. I called Echo and they told me the Gina24 would probably not work with the i7 and Windows 7 64 bit. And maybe that VIA chipset is on PCI... I believe there would be room on the card itself or on the back of the breakout to fit these in.
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I did the same thing when building a new PC I purposely installed an i7 with a PCI slot and then experienced problems. That's really weird because the "current" (released in late 2011) version 8.6 driver documentation claims Windows 7 64 bit compatibility. that doesn't mean it doesn't have "value". In addition, DirectSound, Driver and Resource information is available here too.
I'd love to know since I haven't really hit the Layla that hard since setting my recording stuff up again (been on an extended hiatus from recording until recently). Beginning at the upper left are analog input level meters, next to it are S/PDIF input level meters. XThread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Search Back Broadcast Radio Forums Register Login Home » Product Forums » Hardware Category » Hardware » Echo Everything worked fine with the other sound cards such as Kore, but not the Gina 24.
Did you perhaps call them before this driver was released? The GSIF drivers worked though - - the main point of the test. Or at the very least, Echo should not tell you that it won't work, considering that their documentation plainly states that they expect it to. As is my custom, I read it from cover to cover.
The headphone jack, in combination with the Console makes for easy and precise monitoring of inputs and outputs simultaneously - - relative levels of each can be controlled via the Console. The Win7 drivers are available online from the echoaudio site...