Still trouble setting up M-Audio ES88


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Well, it would only mess up the other applications until you were done and turned off the ASIO drivers. If windows isn't recognizing it (like I see in your screenshot) then it may be setting with abbleton.

The ASIO drivers were really meant more for outboard audio interfaces but, I have seen them used with an array of various virtual instruments and synths. It is possible that Vista is just being a butt. Mackie didn't even write drivers for Vista until long after Vista was released. Unless someone can think of something I'm missing, I really don't understand what is going on.
 
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I wouldn't be surprised if vista was the problem - it's been a real pain over lots of applications.
 
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I use XP on my studio computer. I hate Vista like no other man on this planet. If I had a choice between Vista and chewing on thumbtacks, thumbtacks would win hands down!!
 
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