• Huskeliste
  • Vælg butik Select Store
    Alle Lande All Countries
  • 0

Den store Thomann online-rådgiver: Audio interfaces

5. Talking About Drivers

A driver is a small piece of software that makes communication possible between the audio interface and the recording software. Without the driver, the operating system has no idea that the audio interface connected to the computer exists. The features contained in the driver dictate how the audio interface can be used, and what inputs and outputs are available.

Driver Standards

A few standards have emerged that offer specific high performance operation between audio interfaces and music software. The most common is ASIO, introduced by Steinberg to work with their Virtual Studio Technology.

Apple introduced its “Core Audio” standard with OSX. Windows has a standard called WDM (Windows Driver Model) in XP that has been superseded by WaveRT in Windows Vista. One other driver of note is the GSIF (GigaSampler InterFace) driver from Tascam, that singularly supports the GigaStudio sampler application to enable maximum performance. ASIO remains the most common for the time being though, and virtually all audio interfaces designed for music support this standard.

Kontaktperson
Tlf: +49-9546-9223-30
Fax: +49-9546-922328
Få fat i disse gratis Hot Deals!

Mere end 7.900.000 musikere læser dem allerede: Thomann Hot Deals. Hent nu dit gratis eksemplar med mere end 500 aktuelle tilbud!

Hot Deals
En Thomann-fan
Man må sige jeres support er et mesterstykke uden lige. Tusind tak!
Kim, 07.07.2015

Audio interfaces Et overblik over

(2)
(1)
(1)
(1)
Feedback

Har du fundet en fejl eller har du kommentarer til denne side?

Tak for din feedback! Vi løser problemet snarest muligt.

Afbryd