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MixCraft And FireWire?

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by LifeWithoutPurpose, Sep 26, 2009.

  1. So, I am using MixCraft 4.0 on my notebook PC and I have a 3 PORT FIREWIRE PCMCIA Adapter and I cannot figure out weather MixCraft is compatible with this kind of setup.

    The reason I just can't test it is because I dont yet have the hardware. I have ordered a PreSonus 1394 FireWire Audio Interface:

    http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Inspire1394

    And I was wondering if anybody knows enough about MixCraft 4.0 to tell me if this setup is supported by the software??
     
  2. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

    It should work. The website says that Mixcraft supports ASIO which is all you need to hook into the interface.
     
  3. Allright, thank you! Although, I think I'll be looking into different software... MixCraft is rather buggy.
     
  4. sonicfan

    sonicfan Guest

    I recently purchased a Firewire Solo (downloaded updates as well) and attempted to record into a pre-existing project in Mixcraft 4 (newest version installed). I have already recorded acoustic guitar (live audio), bass (live audio), electric guitar (live audio), drums (Reason 4), trumpet (live audio), and t-bones (First Call Horns VST). When I play the song it sounds great with no problems. The problems arise when I arm a vocal track for recording and start recording. My trumpet track exhibits major latency. I then proceed to mute that track and everything works fine
     
  5. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

    Mixcraft may not have any delay compensation for plugins or VSTi's. Also, if your processing power is not up to snuff, that will also cause delay. The original poster did note back in Sept in his last post that Mixcraft was buggy which I've heard before.
     

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