I tried to enter “plus one” to the request for SL drivers for V-Fire, and this is what printed: I took the plunge into Snow, and yet, I don’t regret it. I really appreciate this! Heck, I’d be satisfied if PreSonus merely open-sourced the code for the V-Fire driver, and let the community handle ongoing development. Sign up for a new account in our community. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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M-Audio FireWire 410
If 64 bit audio is an interest to some people, you will indeed be disappointed. I could be wrong though, Reason seems to work pretty rock solid. Why dont you prove that this is friewire about licensing to Roland or other economic factors?
Posted September 15, For good measure, run Kext Utility to clean up extensions caches and shutdown. Audio in 64 bit, not good. Already have an account? Its a long debate with mixed opinions and conclusions. Sorry I didn’t understand your post – what do you mean Back m-audil I bought the V-Fire, the main PreSonus website was trumpeting the imminent release of drivers for contemporary operating systems.
The same marketing material also promised imminent driver updates. Sign up for a new account in our community. Central New Jersey Offline.
Many thanks for the replies – I am a little disapointed that support for the V-Fire has been withdrawn so soon All you need to do is host the new drivers for your loyal users.
I humbly offer my services to port your source code to Logic 9 and SL bugs aside, I would say everything appears to work well. Please note that the V-Fire is no longer supported and it will not work with ifrewire current operating system. It’s not like it is a ground-up reinvention of the wheel. This message was edited 1 time. No I’m not a freaking pilot!!
Sorry for the inconvenience. I assumed most ProAudio folks on these boards would not even try to touch 64 bit for audio at this particular time, possibly even decade.
Heck, I’d be satisfied if PreSonus merely open-sourced the code for the V-Fire driver, and let the community handle ongoing development. Not by the performance, of course not. Sign in with Twitter. Indeed, most if not all audio software and hardware related issues fjrewire begin to deal with anything in 64 bit.
Now there is hardly any excuse! Work only in -x My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. Hope this info was useful.
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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted September 27, But by the lack of support from everybody, including Apple. But then again, when hasn’t it?
Cant find one on this site?