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Why in the world would Marshall advertise right on their site for the code amps that you can record the code amp into your DAW, but not provide an asio driver? This is false advertising. Yes there is asio4all, it is not for a Marshall per se, and it doesn't work real well, it only records at 48khz, most daws will go to 96k, if not all the way to 192K? What gives Marshall? Plase put out an Asio driver for this otherwise great product. please. It can't be that hard if you can write the"code" for this amp. You are relly missing the boat here guys




Asio4all Driver



Even IF ASIO4ALL worked (without huge amounts of latency with these amps.) you're better off recording using the headphone out/line out socket (into an ASIO compatible sound card) i.e. the tone isn't a terrible digital "dry" and "brittle" tone as you're now recording an analog signal from the amp. And even IF Marshall developed an ASIO driver it would be the same terrible digital "dry" and "brittle" sound coming out of the USB port anyway. First prize is to mic. your amp. up i.e. you cannot beat the sound that comes out of these amps. from the speakers (you lose so much of that Marshall tone without the speakers it's just not worth it). And don't be fooled by these YouTube videos where the guys are recording via USB and getting a monster sound i.e. the audio tracks of those videos always sound amazing but they've always, at very least, had some type of processing done and sometimes they've been double tracked so while they may all sound amazing: trust me it's not what you get straight from the amp. via USB.


All of the above being said and if, for whatever reason, you're insistent on recording via USB then you actually don't need ASIO4ALL anyway (assuming your DAW supports Wave or WaveRT) (and the CODE amp. will use the Windows USB Audio device driver) but latency is still an issue I'm afraid unless you have a SUPER monster PC or MAC (and even then I'd be surprised if the issue was solved). You should also know that ASIO4ALL itself is not limiting your sample rate and bit depth i.e. it's the hardware and the CODE amps. output a max. of 48kHz/16-bit via USB. And then of course there is the other hotly contested issue of sample rates i.e. there's very little point (if any point at all) to recording at anything higher than 44.1kHz (as I've learned the hard way after very much debate and testing and testing and more testing) (but this is a topic that I'm happy to discuss on another forum i.e. it wouldn't be prudent to do it here).


So yeh: even if Marshall developed an ASIO driver for these amps. you'd gain nothing (and given the above I'd go so far as to say it's just not necessary for them to do that anyway even if they were so inclined).


Thanks for the reply. in reality I checked all the native site, and also on the folder of my pc indicated both on the site and in the instruction manual, but inside there are only the installations of the asio drivers for the s4 mk3 and the s2 kmk3. That's why I wrote here on the forum.


I've been having major latency issues while trying to record a multitrack song in Adobe audition. one proposed solution was to download an ASIO driver. Downloaded ASIO4ALL, installed properly, it was identified by premiere and should be all good. The big issue is since i'm using an ASIO driver Audion does not allow me to select Input or Output devices like it does with MME, so I am currently unable to use my headphones or blue yeti mic while recording. The laptops built in mic is still recognized and picks up sound. Is there any way to use these devices while also using asio


I'm afraid you simply can't do it like that. ASIO4ALL isn't an ASIO driver at all - it's a software patch that allows ASIO-based software (which Audition is) to talk to a non-ASIO driver (which all of the standard Windows ones are). So when you select a Windows driver in Audition, it's doing pretty much the same thing as ASIO4ALL does - only ASIO4ALL gives more control and better diagnostics, and also allows you to aggregate devices - sometimes.


A proper ASIO driver is one that's supplied by a sound device maker, and this allows you multi-channel access to your device if that's appropriate, and more importantly, it cuts out most of the OS, so the latency is much lower. I don't think there's a single USB mic on the market that has an ASIO driver, so no you can't use them with it. A lot of people seem to think that USB connectivity for single audio devices is wonderful, but in reality it has some significant disadvantages; these can only really be overcome by using a standalone USB device with more than one input and output, and normally-connected mics.


In case the drivers extraction fails, you can use a tool such as 7-Zip instead to extract the files in the package. 7-Zip can open the file as if it was a ZIP-File and allows you to drag and drop the content to any folder on your computer.


In my case the official Realtek ASIO driver from the DELL driver pack really boosted my audio performance. I have less latency and CPU load went down to normal. With a proper buffer setting I can now playback complex audio sessions in Cubase Pro and FL Studio with many synths and effect plugins. Before the ASIO drivers I could hardly play or record a few simple audio tracks. The reason is probably that those generic ASIO drivers do not really connect to the hardware, they just create even one more layer in order to simulate an ASIO device which is actually running with a normal windows audio driver.


Adobe Audition 2.0 is designed around a new ASIO playback engine which performs optimally when using a ASIO driver. Adobe highly recommends that the ASIO driver you use is specifically designed for the installed sound device instead of the default Audition Windows Sound driver. You should only use the Audition Windows Sound driver if the system audio device does not have it's own ASIO driver.


ASIO (Audio Stream Input/Output) is a multichannel transfer protocol that allows compatible software to have direct access to the multichannel capabilities of ASIO sound cards. Direct access to the sound card allows for much lower latency (delay between the input and output) than other driver types (for example, DirectSound, or MME). ASIO provides no limitation on the sample rate or sample format and isn't bound to a fixed number of input and output audio channels. With ASIO, you can map the available sound card I/O ports as needed for playback and recording, and record more than two tracks simultaneously. ASIO drivers address areas of efficient audio processing, high data throughput, synchronization, low signal latency, and extensibility of audio hardware.


Adobe Audition 2.0 installs an ASIO driver, the Audition Windows Sound driver, which is considered a wrapper (that is, an adapter between Adobe Audition, an ASIO application, and a non ASIO soundcard) for an existing DirectSound-compatible sound card installed on a computer. This ASIO driver is also the default driver selected for use when starting Audition 2.0 for the first time. The Audition Windows Sound driver provides no additional functionality beyond what is available through the DirectSound driver itself. In other words, if the DirectSound driver only supports stereo (two-channel) signal input and output then the ASIO driver will provide the same support.


2. Select the tab at the top for the area of Audition you want to configure (Edit View, Multitrack View and Surround Encoder). The default driver appears in the Audio Driver drop down list as Audition Windows Sound.


Note: The Edit View, Multitrack View and Surround Encoder each have their own tab and list of settings to select and configure for a driver. When you change the driver for one, you do not change it for the others. You must configure driver settings for each view individually.


Use the following information to help you determine which settings to use on your ASIO card. The options and settings listed in this section appear on the DirectSound Full Duplex setup dialog. See the steps in Audtion Windows Sound default ASIO driver section of this document to view this dialog.


If an ASIO driver is supplied by the sound card manufacturer and installed, you must select that device driver in Adobe Audition if you want to use the driver. To select the driver, choose Edit > Audio Hardware Setup, and select the driver from the list. The ASIO settings for the driver are provided by the device manufacturer. See the documentation included with the driver for specific details and information.


I'm on windows. I've mostly tried while running Pod go edit simultaneously but have since tried without. All software and drivers are up to date also. here is a screenshot of the problem. No inputs/outputs are being made visible to select


most likely something else is using it. I use Reaper also and ASIO goes unavailable in Reaper when I switch to Sound Forge to edit a file (I have it set for ASIO also). But as soon as I close Sound Forge the driver comes back on in Reaper. This happens on the fly and no restarting of anything is required. I am also using Windows 10. Make sure Windows Sound is using the Sound Mapper and not the POD directly. This could lock up ASIO for everything. Do NOT use ASIO4ALL, that will completely mess up your rig. It's not needed any more. There was a time in the past where it might have been helpful, but it is a dated remediation approach now.


I get no response when I click on the "asio configuration" button, which confuses things as it makes me think there's a problem with the driver. As for windows sound, there is nothing other than the mic & speakers that come up as devices. I'm a bit of a novice and I can't locate the sound mapper. I dowloaded ASIO4ALL but haven't used it. I will uninstall now haha. 041b061a72


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