bitva wrote:If I compile without ASIO on Windows 10 - everything is fine.
bitva wrote:Do I have to use the Steinberg ASIO driver? Would asio4all work?
bitva wrote:Okay, I can run ASIO compiled Audacity if I stop the "Windows Audio" service (Audiosrv). It runs and obviously only has the ASIO device(s) available...which is fine for my needs as the Tascam is both recording and playback device.
Revleo wrote:Our church records its services for broadcast on a local radio station. Currently using Audacity but need to go to multi-track (at least 4) for a better mix. I am not a computer programmer and don't understand what the "compile ASIO" stuff is about. We have a nice Soundcraft Multi-track board (12 channels) but the drivers do not allow any more than the 2 channels on Audacity. I tried Reaper which gives me all the tracks I need but is too complex for the avg church volunteer to operate. Does anyone have any ideas? Thank you. Direct replies welcome.
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