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Emagic Emi 2 6 Drivers For Mac



PC drivers have been available from the date the EMI 26 was launched, but Mac drivers have only just been released, which made me keen to give it a try. On Windows platforms, the EMI 26 supports Wave Driver (MME), Direct Sound, ASIO and EASI, whereas on the Mac, it currently works with ASIO or Mac AV. Mac OS 9.2 or higher is recommended, and Logic users will need to upgrade to version 4.7.3 to run the EMI 26. Driver installation is via a straightforward installer routine, after which the computer needs to be restarted so that the newly added system extensions are loaded. It is important to do the installation without the EMI 26 connected, according to the manual. Similarly, if you need to switch from ASIO to Mac AV, there's a driver switch control panel to facilitate this, but it prompts you to unplug the EMI 26 from the USB port before doing so. This is apparently a problem Emagic are trying to fix, but at the moment, you have to live with it.




Emagic Emi 2 6 Drivers For Mac



This guide is written generically. It has the greatest likelihood of helping a user if they do not deviate from the nominal openSUSE packaged drivers; desktop and kernel. That is, if one installs a custom kernel or updates to a factory KDE version (as opposed to remaining with the nominal KDE version), or applies a manufacturer-provided sound driver, there is an increased probability that this guide will not be of help.


For openSUSE, the openSUSE alsa packager / alsa developer also packages the latest alsa as openSUSE rpms, in order to help users whose sound is not functioning appropriately, by providing cutting edge sound drivers.


The PulseAudio sound server was written to use timer-based audio scheduling instead of the traditional interrupt-driven approach. This is the approach that is taken by other systems such as Apples CoreAudio and the Windows Vista audio subsystem and has a number of advantages, not the least in reduced power consumption, minimization of drop-outs and flexible adjustment of the latency to the needs of the application. However, timer-based scheduling may expose issues in some Alsa drivers. To turn timer-based scheduling off, replace the lineload-module module-hal-detectin /etc/pulse/default.pa byload-module module-hal-detect tsched=0Alternatively, in cases where udev is used instead of hal, try replacing the line load-module module-udev-detectin /etc/pulse/default.pa by (or adding if that line not present)load-module module-udev-detect tsched=0


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