How can motu say “you better check with the manufacturer” when the manufacturer will most of the time NOT guarantee their specs and NOT take back a card once opened? MAnufacturers specs stating that they use the TI chipset and when you get the thing in the mail you see a VIA chipset plain as day. But the main problem was Cubase stopped being able to “see” the MOTu device, and indeed the computer didnt see it either, so the problem is at that level. Login or Sign Up. M-Audio Delta will fit your needs and may fit within your budget. Sat Dec 29, 1: Search in titles only Search in Recording Forum only Search.
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Of course having the latest updates and drivers is generally a good thing, so thats what Ppci ended up with. Just be forwarned what you see may not be what you get. Lynx makes a really good sounding 4 channel PCI solution as well. So, this same firewire card and same audio firewire device are now all of a sudden incompatible after years of reliable use. If there is indeed anything “special” about the TI chip, then you would think TI would eventually become irritated that manufacturers are using their name when they dont actually have the chip.
So one problem, namely mine, has unearthed a much greater problem. Somebody’s got to shout it from that rooftops that some gear is more sensitive to the IEEE a protocol than others, and if they change chips their specs should reflect that change.
M-Audio Delta will fit your needs and may fit within your budget. Ive been told that MOTU writes good reliable drivers. The people at Raingear seemed to know what was going on. Are there any proven firewire PCI cards with the correct TI chipset that he could use with a firewire interface? But no alternatives whatsoever were offered except a directive to purchase something that until I hold it in ad hands tomorrow I have to say is just about unpurchasable. Board index All times are UTC.
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So it appears there is something to this TI spec in relation to their drivers Why cant MOTU just write a new driver that works with more chipsets? For some reason though i was able to get a friewire belkin Express Card for my lappy without any hassles. Ironically, the card came ass a see through plastic box with cardboard covering ttech enough of the card that I could not see the chip until I cut open the box!
After several hours of WTF troubleshooting reinstalling drivers, triple checking all versions and dates of drivers I was forced to call Motu.
This is going to get ugly real fast. It should not have been this difficult. Search in titles only Search in Recording Forum only Search.
What I find odd too is that manufacturers would advertise Pyroo specs and then switch them out. When my hard drive died the data was retrieved but Im not sure system level stuff like drivers would be on there.
Login or Sign Up. Yeah most shops seem to just humour you about the TI request, thinking that it doesnt make any difference.
• TI chipsets and Motu- whats the deal?
Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website. It works great for me. Sat Dec 29, 1: And he might, for all we know. However, I’m in the process of building a desktop PC and I want to use a mobo that has an on-board TI a controller, but trying to find that info is like yanking teeth.
I don’t know anything about these, any recommendations? You tfch find the new Scarlett line 8i6 or 18i6 from Focusrite within your budget.
Why is this all of a sudden some rare commodity? How can motu say “you better check with the manufacturer” when the manufacturer will most of the time NOT guarantee their specs and NOT take back a card once opened? But so far so good with ADS. Recording through a firewire PCI Card?