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Old 04-18-2005, 09:55 AM
mpark9000 mpark9000 is offline
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Default Re: Just got M-Powered and Audiophile 192

How has the m-audio hardware and drivers been working with Logic and other apps? I can't really use my 001 in Logic with less than a 512 setting. I'd think about m-audio hardware and PT MP if I could get some hardware to use with them all.
I was playing with Logic 7 last night and it seems to work great (so far). I have a Mac Mini 1.42, and just got an M-Audio 1814. I was getting a buffer of 64 most of the time. Occasional crackles and pops, so I kicked it up to 128 and it was clean. In comparison, my MBox gets 512 on a good day.

Getting the 1814 to work in the first place is another story.
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