- Dropping support for Windows MME drivers and not bringing WASPI as replacement
To remove Windows MME is ok, it’s obsolete so I understand that decision.
But only giving Generic Low Latency ASIO drivers for system soundcards is completely lame.
Generic Low Latency ASIO was never really working (and still is not working) and is a complete mess because of the single application limit - so it cannot share the internal soundcard with other programs - all sound output besides wl is stopped - No one is using that.
Why not including the actual win 10 model WASPI - it’s working really great if looking at other vendors.
Btw. for most editing purposes the internal soundcard isworking perfectly (I’ve started with wavelab 6 and never had any problems until wavelab 9.5) - It was never needed to use my asio soundcard for that.
Also minimum system requirements are Win 10 so there are no compatibility issues with WASAPI!
- ASIO-Soundcard Sharing with Cubase
Since Wavelab 10 soundcard sharing over ASIO with Cubase is a problem.
I am routing the output channels from Cubase back to input channels and arm audio input in Wavelab to use the analyzing features.
In WL 10 arming don’t show any input (the soundcard is showing an input)- same settings in WL9.5 perfect.
Because I like and know them and so there was no need to buy other tools, but not usable that way in WL10.
This was working perfectly until Wavelab 9.5. with great performance also on older PCs during Wavelab 6 times - not a single issue with playback performance or the visual performance.
Why that feature is also gone?