Generic Low Latency Asio Driver 33
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When using WASAPI, ASIO device can get pretty large. Since the Windows XP driver is from 2002, it appears that Microsoft had to toss away the buffer size limit for the driver. I've seen questions with ridiculous requests for the entire buffer to be 16MB, when you are actually limited by the size of the param integer in the function call. I inquired about this when checking out the newest drivers. The next driver I tried would only allow the buffer size to be 10MB, but that was all. It kinda appeared that the standard was to give low-latency driver authors flexibility on this, as long as they weren't too generous in the buffer size, or they could get into a strange state, where the program gets very unstable. I haven't found this instability, but it's a possible source. The part that bothered me was that I called my buffer size 16MB, or 2^32, and it ran fine.
Undaunted, I trolled through the sh*t show of the new drivers as I had found a good driver. I noticed a couple, and I tried them all, for about a week before I found one with a nice buffer size. I used MP11, the latest driver, which has a 32-bit buffer size limit.
For sh*ts sake, I decided to check out the new generic drivers, which are 33 for their respective platform. I wanted to walk through them all, but I wasn't able to get 32-bit drivers to run for a variety of reasons.
One day I was flipping through the options screens and saw the new generic driver listed as 33. I pulled the package and sure enough, it worked like a charm, but I noticed it didn't have any configurable input parameters like the previous drivers. d2c66b5586