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Old 01-21-2012, 09:59 AM   #1
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for a few days I have been trying to solve this problem. It's driving me insane. I bought an external sound card- the M-Audio Fast Track Pro.

It seems to be very temperamental- for example at the moment, it's turned on and switched into my usb port, but when I play music, it plays out of my laptop's speakers.

However my main problem is that it won't work with my music programme Cubase 5. When I try to select it as the audio device for Cubase I get the message:

'The ASIO sample rate is not supported by one of the USB interfaces! Please check your sync settings in the control panel.'

I've trawled through the M-Audio support forum and there doesn't seem to be an easy answer. Any ideas??? I just want this sound card to be the main audio device for my laptop, so that all sound comes from it.

Would massively appreciate your help, thanks!!
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Old 01-23-2012, 05:26 PM   #2
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For audio playback, you have to set the USB card as the default audio source.

Cubase 5 is very likely a ASIO issue (as the error indicates). I didn't think USB cards were supported by ASIO.

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Go to control panel - Manage Audio Devices - under the playback and recording tabs, disable whatever soundsystem is running except the fastrack in bot cases. Now only the fasttrack is enbabled.

Go to Cubase Devices - Device setup - VST Audio system - choose the fastrack.

Also click on VST system (also in device setup) link and choose fastrack under ASIO input and output.

Go back to Devices and choose VST connections. Under the inputs and outpits tabs, make sure its chosen the fastrack under audio device. Choose a port under the device port. Any will do so long as the fastrack is selected. Done.
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