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Old 01-20-2004, 03:43 PM
Jotown Jotown is offline
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Default Which ASIO driver w Cubase SX and Digi 001

I am using Cubase SX ver 1.6 with the digi asio driver 533b2, and my system seems to be working fine.

I noticed they list the new driver as being funcional as a stand alone driver.

Does this mean I should install the new driver if I am only using my Digi 001 as the sound device for Cubase SX?

I switch between Cubase and PTle quite a a bit.

Is it feasible to load both Digiasio drivers and use one with PTle and the other with Cubase SX?

Is the new asio driver more stable?

Thanks in advance.

Jotown:)
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