Windows 10 and MME driver


After I upgraded Windows from 8.1 to 10 (64bit) I noticed that the sound using MME driver contains loads of artefacts, which it didn't do in Windows 8.1. This might not be a problem of Ableton 9 (Ableton 9.2 32bit) but could be a Windows 10 problem.

Of course I can use ASIO drivers but they tend to block any other audio sources, which is a bit unconvenient.

Has anybody else experienced the same?



stoner99 2 years ago | 0 comments

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  • Transcultur
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    if you really don't want to use asio , your only way is to use a very high buffer in your audio preferences . You will have more lag , but smoother output 

    9 months ago | 0 comments

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