Mixxx Realtek Asio Issue

During the last throes of the PUF somebody raised the question whether there was a native ASIO driver for Windows Laptops/Notebooks that use Realtek HD Audio Codecs under Windows. He managed to find one for his particular computer which led me to digging around for a bit of further investigation.

Yes, ASIO usually gives exclusive access to the soundcard to a single application, and is usually considered beneficial. If you were using ONLY the DDJ-SB2 in Mixxx with ASIO, your internal soundcard would not be blocked. As for having the DDJ-SB2 as 'Default device', i do not recommend it and it is not needed for Mixxx. So this has been an issue for a while now, Every time I try and install 'Realtek HD Audio Drivers', My PC doesn't install them, and says it's the drivers aren't compatible. In the sound tab in the taskbar, the 'speakers' don't show up anywhere because Realtek isn't installed.

Asio Drivers For Realtek Hd Audio


Well after a bit of digging around I did indeed find that some MB manufactures do supply a little seperate installer for ASIO that doesn't get installed along with the main Windows Audio drivers, and what I also found is that where this seperate install is included it always contains the same dll driver. So first off check your machines audio driver setup to see if this is already included and install that if you want to use it.
Failing that I've put together a zip file to install the required dll manually which you can download here.
We all know that the ideal solution would be to equip yourself with a decent audio interface but if you want to noodle out some arrangement on the train while you've got a pair of earbuds and nothing more at hand, what then? There is the ubiquitous and rather lovely ASIO4ALL available for the same task, which has the added advantage of being able to aggregate your Windows Audio driver so you can use more than one app at a time, but I often hear people talking about having issues with that or not being able to get the audio latency down to an acceptable level. So if you are one of those people you may (or may not) find this Realtek developed, albeit unsupported, native driver useful.Driver

Realtek Audio Asio Drivers

Anyhow here it is.

Realtek Asio Driver Windows 10


ASIO4ALL -Universal ASIO Driver For WDM Audio

Asio Driver


23May 2017: Version 2.14 released!

  • Combined 32/64 bit version, supports Win 98SE/ME/2k/XP/MCE/2003/XP64 and Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8.x/Windows 10 x86/x64 /virtual-dj-controller-free-download.html.

    If you aim to have your opening track, and a couple more that you know you will play, you can fill a whole set round the rest of the playlist.Some useful tips and appsStart as you mean to go on. The way you organize and categorize your music will evolve as your collection grows and your tastes change, but the priority should always be ensuring everything is where you expect it, and no information is missing. Does analyze your library mess up bpm. The most important thing is to ensure your tracks have consistent grids throughout your collection. No music analysis is perfect, and you should trust your ears first. In the days leading up to your gig, start adding a few tracks to a playlist that you’d like to play, alternatively create a playlist for your gig in your Record Bags folder.Record Bags20180224VenueRight click the playlist and click “Select as Preparation List”, this way your Preparation List is more flexible and you will prepare directly for that gig. Usually, between half a dozen to a dozen tracks should be enough, and once the set starts to flow, you probably won’t even get through all of those. This is especially important if you tend to use sync, but can also alter how ’s effects work.

  • There is just one single change in this version. If your system is not affected, there is no reason to upgrade. Localized versions will not be provided, for the very same reason.

ASIO4ALL 2.14 - English

Changes since version 2.13
  • Workaround for a bug in Windows 10 Creators Update: USB audio capture would not work any more (red exclamation mark, distorted sound, ..)

05November 2015: Version 2.13 released!

  • Combined 32/64 bit version, supports Win 98SE/ME/2k/XP/MCE/2003/XP64 and Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8.x/Windows 10 x86/x64

  • Minor update. Now Windows 10 is officially supported, even though it has been working all along.

ASIO4ALL 2.13 - English
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ASIO4ALL 2.13 - Deutsch
ASIO4ALL 2.13 - Chinese (English manual)

Changes since version 2.12
  • Workaround for a bug in the Windows 8/8.1 Bluetooth audio driver (causing BSOD when device is opened twice). This bug seems to have been fixed in Windows 10.

  • Improvement: UI response time and driver (re-) start time should be a lot snappier now.

  • Fix: Some Application Verifier errors should be gone.

Realtek Asio 2.0

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