We recently had a play server die on us, in typical HR fashion, one of the members donated a desktop which I stole the motherboard from to build a new machine.
I installed and set up Windows 7 64bit, and then having downloaded hours of updates, read your forum and discovered that where GPIO control is required, windows 7 32Bit must be installed, so I then decided to put this in in place of the sustaining feed playout.
I then found that during playback, that the audio from Myriad sounded awful, I know that:
This was not a fault with the sound card as it has since gone back into the original XP machine and is playing out cleanly.
This is not a fault with the driver, I tried a few version from the Echo Mia website, with all version, the play out sounded garbled, however, when I tried another piece of software which can take advantage of the virtual outs called Cartrack (written by a former colleague) and that played out fine.
So it seems that the issue was just with Myriad.
Is it that 3.6.6 will not work with 64 bit windows, or is there some setting in Myriad I failed to spot that makes things play well?
I notice that the only drivers on the website for the Echo Mia Midi are for windows XP, not for win7
If I try a win 7 32 bit build, will I have more luck?
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