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I was still receiving the lost ASIO buffer message so I contacted Focusrite support to see if they had a fix. How was I to know that I'd not only get a reply but have the tech take control of my computer and solve the issue for me, and on a Saturday no less?!! Now that's what I call fantastic customer service! Kudos to Focusrite!
I request that Magix management designate a Magix employee to be the moderator for this community. The moderator will be an official representative of Magix and actively participate in this community's discussions. They will serve as the interface between customers and Magix. The moderator will monitor and respond to discussions on a daily basis as part of their "regular" job at Magix. The moderator will be responsible, authorized, and accountable to provide official guidance and help, including timely responses and status of solutions to software and hardware issues. Thank you, Lindsey
Hi everyone. I am interested in buying Samplitude Pro X, but I don't know what hardware is needed. Years ago, I used to use Samplitude 6 with a Pulsar card. I called that a digital i/0 card, but I don't know if that was the right name for it. Anyway, what kind of card is needed these days? Would you call it an audio interface card? I assume a "sound card" would have built-in sounds, which I probably don't need. Anyway, what are the most suitable, dependable cards to consider for Samplitude? I am running Window 7, 64 bit, on a Hewlett Packard Pavilion Elite PC HPE-372f. Here are the specs: Computer specs: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&docname=c02271779 Mother board: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c02014355 I also have a stereo Apogee ad/da converter. It's old technology, but it should be sufficient for now. I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.