I may want to move this one to the Tips & Tricks section, if that's okay with you, Arny. It sounds like a great find!
<email@example.com> wrote in message<br />news:firstname.lastname@example.orgNXanI<br /><br />> I may want to move this one to the Tips & Tricks section,<br />> if that's okay with you, Arny. It sounds like a great<br />> find!<br /><br />Enjoy!<br /><br />Whatever I post on Usenet goes into the public domain when I post it, as far <br />as I'm concerned.
Though not specific to Realtek chips, there is also a little add-on, that has saved a lot of people with all flavors or Premiere, Audition and SounBooth - the freeware ASIO4All. This applet installs and sets up an ASIO environment that by-passes some of the problem areas encountered when trying to set up Audio with just the chip/card's driver. Once installed, it will appear in the ASIO settings list, or drop-down, depending on program. One has to point to it for all ASIO interfaces. Do not forget any other programs with Audio, such as Audacity, Magix Music Studio, etc.