UweB wrote:The most important first: Goldwave works perfectly! I tried it with 96/24 only, not with any other sample rate.
UweB wrote:The Voice Recorder is even worse than I expected: It records in an .m4a format, compressed.
UweB wrote:I could re-animate my old XP machine. Would that make sense, particularly after these new experiences? I would, particularly when it helps you.chris319 wrote:Is it possible for you to try this on a machine which isn't running Windows 10?
UweB wrote:The worst drawback of Goldwave against Audacity that I found up to now is that monitoring ("Software Playthrough") during recording is not possible. To my point of view this is a knock-out criterion. The way that is described in the Goldwave Help is using Windows sound control and it is an incapable workaround which works only while Goldwave does not use (i.e., record or display) the input signal. That's really very sad.
UweB wrote:Audacity with WASAPI at 48/24 (and less) is capable of monitoring. I'm desperately waiting for Audacity's full WASAPI support. Chris, can I help in any way? Would a digital audio source (my USB interface), programmed to generate an appropriate 96/24 test signal when no external signal is connected, help? (I let you use my interface )
chris319 wrote:I downloaded and installed the latest version of Audacity, v 2.1.0.
I downloaded and installed the latest version of Audacity, v 2.1.0. Audacity records and plays back fine for me at 96 kHz in WASAPI mode.
UweB wrote:I ought to try a different 96/24-capable UAC1 interface, but do such devices exist? And I ought to buy it just to try it...
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