However, the Digital Audio System drivers have been rigorously tested using the same test procedures that a signed driver requires, and it passes in all important categories, including those that measure the relative stability of the driver. Yeah I wrote to them last night a while after I posted the problem here. That’s why I’m getting a better quality sound card. I will try that and see how it goes. Was everything fully functional?

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Fixed bug where switching between internal and external source caused PatchMix application error.

EMU 1616 and Windows 7 64 bit OS

I did install the Windows 7 beta drivers from the E-MU site and emh patchmix software from my disc, as I mentioned in my earlier post. I than switched on the the microdock and all the LEDs got turned on, preety strange. I found it a very good card for the money I spended.

The OC just has compression and reverb. It looks even there though. Copyright – Creative Technology Ltd. I have a m in the music computer: Who is online Users browsing this forum: If you have experienced a fault in any audio applications, you should reboot Windows before applying this update.

Guys, Don’t know if this will help or further confuse. Emulator X standalone will run in bit emulation mode on bit systems. As for the latency, I don’t know what to tell you. Glad you got it to work!

Thanks for the message. I have a Roland Octa-Capture now. You also may try lowering sample rate. I did use the reverb for tracking. I agree with Sanderxpander. Just be sure to uncheck “share drivers with other programs”. While my card is on the fritz now, it was working very well in win7 64bit.


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I use the EMU site’s latest X64 bit drivers beta and Patchmix downloads and they haven’t given me any problems. I have the m version, and regardless on what version you have, i’ve read how sketchy the driver support is for Win7. Today I took the plunge and moved everything up to 64 bit Cubase using jBridge. Ok I did what I windoows in the previous message.

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I was greeted with the following error message: I got my m working under Windows 8 64 bit, but it not working in Sonar. I’ve been using the Vista x64 drivers with a m since Windows 7 came out without any issues.

Improved audio quality of ASIO driver record and playback when used at low latencies. It seems to work fine.


Exit all applications before installing these updates. None of the crashes are directly related to the drivers. But as I saiid before, is not so hard to figure out how 644 automatic configuration changes your setings and after you solve this problem everything is super Ok. So after all this time maybe I can finally access the potential of my rather expensive ‘new’ build.