Miscellaneous Audio Solutions
This page is a collection of e-mail messages and other sources that deal with questions
or problems with digital audio.
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- CakeTalking FAQ
- SONAR System Requirements
- Dancing Dots Accessible Audio Workstation
- MIDI Musical Equipment from Dancing Dots
- Sound Cards from Dancing Dots
SONAR Instrument Definitions
- Firewire Port Compatibility
Open Control Panel | System | Hardware (tab) | Device Manager (button).
Open the IEEE1394 Bus Host controllers section.
If there is an entry called OHCI Compliant Host Controller then your Firewire port is
Texas Instruments compatible.
If the section doesn't exist then you don't have any Firewire support.
- Free .VST audio effects:
From: MIDI-MAG: Blind folks and their use of MIDI
[mailto:MIDI-MAG@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU] On Behalf Of Jerry Richer
Sent: Sunday, April 03, 2005 11:11 AM
Subject: Re: [MIDI-MAG] usb disconnect problem help
I learned a good one the other day. Windows XP has a bug that allows
the installation of only ten USB audio devices to the computer. Since most
of this hardware requires a new installation each time you plug it into a
new USB port you can reach ten quickly. It's easy enough to fix by deleting
installations in the Device Manager but it's something worth knowing about.
To see hidden devices in the Device Manager:
You should be able to see even devices not currently present in the system. Be warned, though:
sometimes, you cannot remove a partially installed driver, even though it is
listed - some just refuse to be removed.
- Open a command prompt window,
- Enter the command: set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1
- Open the device manager with the command: devmgmt.msc
- In the Device Manager, select View->Show Hidden Devices.
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