Multi Genre FL STUDIO + MASSIVE + ASIO4ALL

Discussion in 'Production' started by Recon DNB, May 5, 2012.

  1. Recon DNB

    Recon DNB New Member

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    Right need help here.

    I get getting crackling when using massive, to solve this I read that I had to switch my settings to asio4all however eventually this just sends me to the blue screen of death.

    How on earth do I get around this?

    Many Thanks,

    Recon.
     
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  2. spyre

    spyre sample all the things

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    Only when using massive? Sounds like a more serious problem if you're getting a bsod...
     
  3. Attire

    Attire Last Winter

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    Generally the first question people are going to ask is if your copies of FL Studio and Massive are legit.

    If they are cracked, we can't really do anything to help.










    Other than recommend you buy it of course. :teeth:
     
  4. Recon DNB

    Recon DNB New Member

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    Its not just only with massive.
     
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    It's crackling because the buffer length on your primary sound driver is too low. You should be able to increase it, but in doing so you'll also increase the latency, which makes inputting notes from a keyboard pretty much impossible. If there's no way around asio4all crashing your pc then you'll have to buy a proper audio interface.
     
  6. spyre

    spyre sample all the things

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    So, what driver are you using exactly? Is is the asio4all v2, generic low latency driver, asio directx driver etc?
     
  7. Recon DNB

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    Asio4all v2.