Carla is a fully-featured modular audio plugin host, with support for many audio drivers and plugin formats. It has some nice features like transport control, automation of parameters via MIDI CC and remote control over OSC.
Carla currently supports LADSPA (including LRDF), DSSI, LV2, VST2, VST3 and AU plugin formats, plus SF2 and SFZ file support. It uses JACK as the default and preferred audio driver but also supports native drivers like ALSA, DirectSound or CoreAudio.
Carla should also be a great tool for debugging and developing new plugins. This is made possible by providing ways to run without audio, aka dummy driver, in order to detect leaks and memory issues. It also provides a way to test a single plugin and/or its custom UI.
This driver is a mod of the popular kx audio driver for mac os x, the project goal is to still maintaining it for the future releases of mac os and to include as much cards as possible and to get all the features of the cards to work.
Currently the only features not supported are audio inputs and integrated midi and synth capabilitues of the cards, and some minor things like creative remote controllers or software controlled volume gears on creative external drives and bays)
It supports most the sound blaster live! series cards, the sound blaster PCI 512, most of the audigy (emu 10k2 based) series, audigy 1, audigy 2, audigy 2 zs, audigy 4 (SB0610), audigy 4 pro, audigy 5 and audigy rx (sb1550) and some e-mu edsp audio cards with all the recent versions of mac os, tested to work with mac os yosemite, el capitan, sierra and high sierra on intel based machines from socket 775 to 1151 (including enthusiast platforms like x58, x79, x99, x299) and also confirmed to work on mac pros.
Best regards,Molghus\" Was this review helpful (Report this) 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful: Dan Tested on Windows XP 20 Apr 2010(3 hours after download) Installation: Stability: Compatibility: \"No problems. Smooth download, smooth install, audio is great, performance is clean. Download, then extract zip file to a remebered location. Do driver update(install)inside device manager; point to remebered location when asked for updated drivers.\" Was this review helpful (Report this) Already tried it Give your review.
Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
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KX 10k1 Audio - 5.1 Model SB0102 errors may be linked to corrupt or outdated drivers of your computer. When the operating system that your device depends on gets an update, drivers can suddenly stop working with it. The good news is that Sound Card drivers can be updated to correct any problems.
It is very difficult to find the respective device driver for KX 10k1 Audio - 5.1 Model SB0102-related hardware because the information and support is hard to find on Creative Labs's site. Even seasoned, tech-savvy people with the good habit of updating KX 10k1 Audio - 5.1 Model SB0102 device drivers, can still find the entire installation and upgrading process time-consuming and annoying. An improper driver download can lead to issues with software and harm the functionality of the computer.
Using a driver updating program can allow drivers to update without difficulty, so we A driver update tool provides you with new driver versions for your hardware, and can also save a backup of current drivers before making any changes. Backing up your drivers provides you with the security of knowing that you can rollback any driver to a previous version if something goes wrong.
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iPhones make great accessible media players. It's one less device you need to carry around, and with a Wi-Fi or cell data connection you are always just a few double-taps away from the latest books, news, and entertainment. More and more, I find myself accessing the latter two via the ever-growing number and quality of downloadable podcasts. I subscribe to nearly a hundred different feeds, from 99% Invisible to WTF with Mark Maron, and Downcast, my podcast player of choice, is without doubt the most frequently used app on my iPhone.
Most podcast apps keep a list of your subscribed podcasts in an OPML file, then download new episodes when you instruct the app to do a feed check, or on a time schedule you set in the app's settings. Overcast does things differently. You need to set up an account to use Overcast, and when you do, your podcast subscription list is uploaded onto the Overcast servers. The list is checked continuously against the various feeds, and when a new episode is posted it is auto-downloaded into Overcast, where, optionally, a device alert is triggered so you know the new podcast is now available for playback.
There are definite advantages to this approach. If you're like me and have a large subscription list, your device doesn't spend a lot of time checking feeds, a potential drain on both battery and processing power. Many of the podcasts I subscribe to have erratic publishing schedules, requiring any number of connections and checks before a new episode is detected and downloaded. With Overcast, when I open the app I know that all new episodes have already been downloaded. And if my favorite podcast posts an episode a few hours early, I will receive it almost immediately. If I double-tap the alert I will be taken directly to Overcast. Unfortunately, the app does not begin auto play of the podcast for which I received the alert. This would be a useful feature for a later version or update.
The Download tab lists any podcasts that failed to properly download, along with a button to \"Resume download.\" There is also an \"Allow Cellular Downloads\" option, but this option is only available in the full-feature version, and I would advise against use of this feature, unless you have an unlimited data plan, or if you have no available Wi-Fi and wish to download an episode or two to help pass the time.
When I installed Overcast on my iPad and entered my account credentials my OPML subscription list was automatically installed. My playlists were also synchronized, but none of the unplayed episodes on my iPhone were downloaded. Overcast reported I had no unplayed episodes, and I had to wait for new programs to be posted before they would auto-download. This was a definite disappointment. Using the app on both my iPhone and iPad, I foresee a lot of cleaning up, deleting podcasts I have already listened to on the other device. Hopefully this ability is near the top of the developer's feature request list.
For this demonstration an iPhone 5 was used. There are several versions of Spotify in the app store. I downloaded Spotify for iPhone. The registration process was straightforward. All controls were labeled.
In OS X Mountain Lion and Mavericks, the Boot Camp Assistant is located in the Utilities folder in Applications. The assistant will partition and format a portion of your Mac's available disk space to accommodate the Windows operating system without affecting your Mac data, and download a set of Boot Camp drivers that will give Windows applications full access to multiple processors and multiple cores, along with USB, FireWire, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and sound output.
If you own a Mac, and have a copy of Windows, I see no reason not to download the 30-day trial of VM Fusion and create a virtual machine. Others who may be considering replacing their old PC with a Mac should also not fear the loss of their familiar Windows applications or their data. 1e1e36bf2d