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Win10 and Soundcard Emagic EMI 2|6

New Here ,
Mar 11, 2021 Mar 11, 2021

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Hi!

 

Anyone managed to use all six channels of the Emagic EMI 2|6 under Win10? The last official driver from Emagic for that soundcard is for WinXP. And under Win10, I can only get "unofficial, generic" drivers from Microsoft. But when using these, I can only access the first two channels in Audition/VLC/whatever?! And there seems to be no ASIO-support?!

 

Thanks and kind regards,

Jörg

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Aug 01, 2023 Aug 01, 2023

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Something happened.

I have two operating systems on my computer.
1-win10 64bit
2-linux mint

My Roland sampler is connected to my Emagic EMI 2/6 sound card and win10 doesn't recognize it because it uses a 32-bit driver.
I booted the system with linux "mint" recognized my sound card and installed the driver, I restarted the system with win10.
The LEDs of my sound card are on and I got a message saying "your device is loaded and ready to use".
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Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

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But unless you can run an ASIO driver with the card, you won't get multichannel use with Audition in Windows - and that goes for any version, 32 or 64 bit. I'm afraid it's that simple. It would appear that a lot of people have difficulty with this, one way or another - the device seems to have been better supported for Macs, but I'm not sure whether even they can use it now.

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Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

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Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

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ASIO4ALL isn't an ASIO driver for your sound device. It's an interface between an ASIO-based app (which Audition is) and a standard Windows MME driver. It has a number of diagnostic tools and one trick up its sleeve which lets you concatenate inputs from different sources - which of course a proper ASIO driver won't let you do. But it won't reveal more inputs, because the interface with your sound device is still via most of the OS. What a proper ASIO driver does is bypass most of the layers of that - which is why it will only communicate with a single device, and also why it gives you lower latency.

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Aug 03, 2023 Aug 03, 2023

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I know asio4all is not real asio driver.
The focus here is that the 32-bit device is running on 64-bit win10.
Do not be unnecessarily dissident and drag the subject elsewhere.
Don't discourage people who find and share a solution.

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Aug 03, 2023 Aug 03, 2023

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You haven't shared any solution at all, though. The original question is about revealing multiple inputs - it is you who have dragged this off-topic. Unless you can get a real ASIO driver, working with the native OS, and not a 32-bit emulation, you won't be able to do this.

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