You should be fine. As I stated previously, there is no need at all to have firewire speeds associated with midi connections Hi , recieved Behringer FCA F-Control Firewire Audio Interface looks like there all unresolved compatibility problems with this interface when running in 64 bit computer. Obviously you would choose the FCA as the default sound device or disable the internal PC sound so it automatically uses the outboard soundcard. Thanks alot rasoo ,really appreciate your help mate. The diagram would be something like:
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Behringer FCA F-Control Firewire Audio Interface – VDrums Forum
I don’t have the Behringer unit, I was thinking of getting one. Also my laptop which will be running addictive drums with DAW reaper has windows 7 64 bit.
The diagram would be something like: Login or Sign Up. But I can tell you they do work well Yes as you say it does not work with the ASIO4All driver I tried itbut the driver that comes with it is good enough.
Last edited by lejuames ; Measured latency is 7. Thanks alot rasoo ,really appreciate your help mate.
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Mate, take look on the back of your module Search in titles only Search in Technical only Search. I have Vista64 on my other machine so I will test it out on that and see how it goes. There are separate folders to differentiate the 2. You should be fine.
I am no PC geek either, just load it and it works. Behringer has of yet not offered a 64 bit driver which basically makes it redundant. I bought 2 of them for a few bucks each Hi rasoo, thanks for your informative reply,so you are telling me that it is possible for me to run direct from my module midi out to usb vca202 of my laptop using a cheap cable. As a dedicated driver fca22 required,seems like i have bought myself a paper weight.
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The reason you run an external sound device is to take the load off the processor and to lower the latency the time it takes to hear a sound after you strike the drum head The ASIO drivers allow the soundcard to do all the processing work and let the PC processor do the job of retrieving the sound files to send to it.
I got mine yesterday Please read our VDrum. Does Vista 64 and 7 64 not have a condition set where you can run the program in 32bit mode? I always thought it did Hey its up to you if you want to spend more on a midi-usb device, I am just passing on my findings. Obviously vieta would choose the FCA as the default sound device or disable the internal PC sound so it automatically uses the outboard soundcard.
Ok, the module does not connect to the FCA I know the Behringer unit you are referring to, Fcca202 am looking at one myself. I have one of these ‘made in china’ cables but yet to try as i presumed it would not work properly.
I was hoping maybe a general asio driver like asio4all would suffice but apparently this also has compatibilty vosta. Its the way the world is unfortunately That is where the latency can occur. I know with Vista 64 that I am running it automatically assigns resources to cope with 32 and 64 applications. Last edited by rasoo ; Rob Building GAS as we speak!!