On my system Dorico can fully communicate with my “RME Raydat” ASIO soundcard only through the “Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver” provided by Dorico. Through the Device Control Panel I can freely choose any of the 16 in- and outputs of the Raydat soundcard. So everything is working.
But I wonder why, if I choose the “ASIO Hammerfall DSP” driver which is the official driver provided by RME for the Raydat soundcard, I get no sound at all from Dorico.
With the RME driver active, clicking on the Device Control Panel button does not open the Device Control Panel of Dorico but it opens instead the "Hammerfall DSP Settings windows of the Raydat soundcard.
This is not where one can choose the in- and ouputs for the soundcard.
Do you have any idea why the official RME driver does not work?
I vaguely remember to have read in this forum something about some difficulty Dorico has to communicate with the RME official drivers but I can’t find the thread any more.
Also I read this in this thread:
So it should be better to use the official RME ASIO driver.
But on my system it does not work with Dorico.
BTW with Cubase I never encountered any problem with the RME driver which are known to be some of the best ASIO drivers.