Windows 7 64-bit wave driver recording: Very strange noise

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Re: Windows 7 64-bit wave driver recording: Very strange noise

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t_tangent wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:16 am
Scope ASIO driver is not multi client as far as I know, so just keep Release in background ticked in Wavelab and Cubase, or alternatively use something like VoicMeeter, some interesting info on this link, https://www.gearslutz.com/board/music-c ... ndows.html

Or Reaper has something called Rearoute or something like that, I can't remember what it's called exactly but should be easy enough to find out. Sorry I can't be of more help, but hope that gives some ideas. :)
Thank you :)

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Re: Windows 7 64-bit wave driver recording: Very strange noise

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No worries. :) perhaps someone else might have some other ideas too, so see what they think. Cheers, and best of luck. :)

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Re: Windows 7 64-bit wave driver recording: Very strange noise

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Sorry, I just re read that link I sent and it seems to apply to multi client asio drivers. But I am sure I read somewhere about using rearoute asio or voicemeeter to get around this issue, although I may be wrong as I never got around to trying myself. Hopefully someone can chime in here with more accurate info.

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Re: Windows 7 64-bit wave driver recording: Very strange noise

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yes, reroute or voicemeeter can do this.

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Re: Windows 7 64-bit wave driver recording: Very strange noise

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Ok thanks, so far they have been sharing with no issues so I'll just continue with that.

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