Re: Others with SoundDiver problems?
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Posted by Robson Luis on November 13, 2000 at 17:33:58:
In Reply to: Others with SoundDiver problems? posted by Charles S. on October 30, 2000 at 08:59:46:
: The new CD-ROM that came with my not-so-new QS8 (got a good deal on a demo model) includes SoundDiver. Many messages in this forum mention Unisyn, and apparently SoundDiver has replaced Unisyn on the newer CDs. SoundBridge and FreeLoader from the CD work fine with my QS8, but SoundDiver doesn't. It displays a message that the keyboard isn't responding, and when I give it the OK to scan for a device, Windows displays an error message and closes SoundDiver. I've also found that SoundDiver's menus are very sensitive to having the mouse cursor placed in exactly the right position (a bit below the menu heading) before they will open, and still they sometimes won't open. I downloaded and installed the latest update from eMagic, but that didn't seem to help. I'm wondering if any other SoundDiver users, or would-be users, have had problems trying to use the program.
I have a QS7 and now starting to use SoundDiver and Serial driver (I mount my own serial cable), on a PC platform and using the COM4 port.
The same problem w/S.Diver appear, but I found a solution (SD is working better now): if you using Alesis serial driver, set the maximum speed like the configured in QS.
i.e.: if QS Serial Port = 38,4 kB/s, then
Serial driver maximum speed = 38,4 kB/s !
With this adjustments the performance is better with SoundDiver, Unisyn, Cakewalk or other software.
And, finally, all old problems with SysEx dump are terminated!
I hope this help you!