Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
I found installing the drivers, the Control Panel software and the new firmware straightforward, and there's also little to say about the Control Panel software, since most of the useful controls are hardware ones on the unit itself. In the software there's simply an automatic or internal choice for Clock Source, S/PDIF and AES/EBU format options for the Digital Output, and a drop-down 'Audio Performance' list where you can change buffer/latency settings.
Tascam advertise the US144 and US122L as easy to use, and the Control Panel software certainly supports this claim.Turning to ASIO driver performance, in the Cubase 4/SX3 Device Setup window, Tascam's 'low' latency (128 samples, giving a nominal 2.9ms buffer latency at 44.1kHz) was declared by the Tascam drivers as having an Input latency of 4.86ms, which means that the 'extras' over and above the 2.9ms of the software buffers alone amount to a very reasonable 2ms (typically, PCI interfaces add between 1ms and 1.5ms, while I've measured other USB 2.0 interfaces at close to 2ms).
Manufacturers will only keep producing compatible drivers so long as it's reasonably simple for them to keep doing so; for instance if there was a current & an obsolete interface that could both use the same driver set [presumably as internally they'd be using the same base chipset].
My current Line6 UX2 is probably not long for this world either. It has new drivers for Sierra, but they stopped updating the input amp simulator software a long time ago, so it's only a matter of time.
It recognises the tascam and prompts me to change audio driver as per normal. It's just that, once the audio driver has changed, I can't hear any audio through the headphones (plugged into tascam) or get any signal going into tascam to register on logic track. It makes me think there's some setting on logic that I'm missing.
Hi there,I am running Linux Mint 18 and this tascam surprisingly works out of the box (after a couple of reboots and messing around with the secureboot options). My only problem is that every few minutes there is this screeching sound fading in and out for a few seconds. Not sure why yet, I will keep searching. If you have any ideas please let me know!
It all started in 1999 with Apple's first iMac and iBook computers and the lack of a professional audio connection. The first iBook didn't even feature an audio input at all. Werner and Markus teamed up to connect Cubase to an Opcode SonicPort. Once that worked out, they began to sell USB Audio drivers on the internet, mainly for customers of the - by the time new - Roland Edirol UA-30.
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