Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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IronHymen
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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Is there any update for 2x2 owners?

The problem still persists as described above.
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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did you watched this video tutorial about ASIO device and voicemeeter?
https://youtu.be/35N8hkOy8h4

it explains exactly how to use an ASIO device in optimal way and how to avoid some usual mistake like audio interface conflict.
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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Yes, I followed these instructions and the M-Track 2x2 still won't interact with VoiceMeeter Potato
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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do you use this ASIO driver in another application or DAW ?
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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Not when I'm trying to go through VoiceMeeter Potato.
Otherwise yes I am able to use this driver with literally any other program except VoiceMeeter Potato.

I swap between FL Studio and Ableton Live for my DAW and GuitarRig5 and even Rocksmith on steam.

Before I start VoiceMeeter Potato my driver says it's not streaming to anything and when I connect Voicemeeter Potato it say's it's streaming data but like I said there's no input no available output it just doesn't seem to want to talk to the driver.

I can use ASIO Link Pro/ASIO4ALL and if Voicemeeter Potato connects to that first I can then proceed to use Voicemeeter Potato but there's an added latency from ASIO Link Pro/ASIO4ALL so I'd rather avoid using that as well as I end up getting a buzzy sound that nothing will get rid of but goes away randomly on it's own so I think it's a sync issue from using ASIO Link Pro/ASIO4ALL another reason why I'd like to just use Voicemeeter Potato and my Audio Interface by themselves.
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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Has there been any update to this issue?

When I run the ASIO Test This is what I receive for ASIO4ALL when I'm forced to use if I want to use VoiceMeeter and it causes all kinds of sound glitches and lag that I need to restart constantly to fix. I also can't hear the tone in either test.
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When I run the test with the specific driver for my M-Audio MTrack 2x2 I don't get any feedback from the test.
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The screenshots are similar for 32bit version of the test if that makes any difference.
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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if buffer are not increased, it means the callback is not called...
should post the log to see what is written...
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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I'm not sure what log you're referring to specifically but in the ASIO Test this is the results I get:
#0001 ------------------------------------------------------
#0002 (32Bits) TEST DEVICE: M-Audio M-Track 2X2M ASIO
#0003 PREPARE DEVICE: sr:44100 Hz / buffer: 64 smp / in: 2 / out: 2
#0004 Latency: in:186 smp / buffer: 64 smp / out: 186 smp / total: 9.89 ms
#0005 ASIO Buffer 0 / Input / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (In 1)
#0006 ASIO Buffer 1 / Input / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (In 2)
#0007 ASIO Buffer 2 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (Out 1)
#0008 ASIO Buffer 3 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (Out 2)
#0009 -----------------------------------------------------------
#0010 Performance Counter Frequency: +10.000.000
#0011 Performance Counter for one buffer: +14.512 (1.5 ms)
#0012 Performance Counter for 10%: +1.451
#0013 -----------------------------------------------------------
#0014 GENERATE SINUS: 440 Hz -10 dBfs
#0015 DSP LOAD: nothing
#0016 START DEVICE: Running
#0017 STOP DEVICE: M-Audio M-Track 2X2M ASIO
#0018 CLOSE DEVICE
#0019 ------------------------------------------------------
#0020 (32Bits) TEST DEVICE: ASIO4ALL v2
#0021 PREPARE DEVICE: sr:44100 Hz / buffer: 512 smp / in: 2 / out: 8
#0022 Latency: in:732 smp / buffer: 512 smp / out: 732 smp / total: 44.81 ms
#0023 ASIO Buffer 0 / Input / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio Mic input 1)
#0024 ASIO Buffer 1 / Input / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio Mic input 2)
#0025 ASIO Buffer 2 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 1)
#0026 ASIO Buffer 3 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 2)
#0027 ASIO Buffer 4 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 3)
#0028 ASIO Buffer 5 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 4)
#0029 ASIO Buffer 6 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 5)
#0030 ASIO Buffer 7 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 6)
#0031 ASIO Buffer 8 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 7)
#0032 ASIO Buffer 9 / Output / type:18 / ASIOSTInt32LSB (HD Audio output 8)
#0033 -----------------------------------------------------------
#0034 Performance Counter Frequency: +10.000.000
#0035 Performance Counter for one buffer: +116.099 (11.6 ms)
#0036 Performance Counter for 10%: +11.609
#0037 -----------------------------------------------------------
#0038 GENERATE SINUS: 440 Hz -10 dBfs
#0039 DSP LOAD: nothing
#0040 START DEVICE: Running
#0041 STOP DEVICE: ASIO4ALL v2
#0042 CLOSE DEVICE
I first test my ASIO driver and then I test asio4all it's the same results for the 64bit one. I'd continue to use asio4all driver but the latency and static it produces is unmanageable. Again still unable to hear the tone with my ASIO driver, I was able to hear the tone using asio4all but it was full of static.
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

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ok seems to work correct - except the driver is not running (no buffer counter increased)
the sure point: your M-Audio device is configured with 64 sample.
it's maybe better if you configure it with 256 sample buffer latency at least.
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Re: Can't choose ASIO as a hardware out - M-Audio MTrack 2x2 (windows 10)

Post by Count »

Hello.
Just here to add that I have the same issue with the M-Audio M-Track 2x2 interface. Choosing the ASIO interface results in no sound through the entire application, including other WDM inputs and outputs.

I am confident everything outside of Potato is set up correctly - my entire system is set to 24 bit 48k, the ASIO driver is the latest. The ASIO driver works in Reaper and other programs. It just doesn't work in Potato.
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Here is the screenshot of my settings.
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I've also ran the ASIO test tool in both 32 bit and 64 bit and have gotten the same results as the previous poster (that is, no results).

The last thing that I noticed that was strange is the M-Audio driver alternates between "Streaming" and "Not Streaming" every few seconds when I select the ASIO driver in Potato. While when I select the WDM driver it is constantly showing "Streaming". When ASIO is selected in Potato, the settings screen also flashes every few seconds when I have it open, corresponding with the connect/disconnect showing in the M-Audio driver.

Please let me know if there's any more info I can provide. Thanks for your help!
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