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  1. I just got ZEDi10FX, a nice mixer that works as an audio interface as well. https://www.allen-heath.com/ahproducts/zedi-10/ Tried recording in Cakewalk and the sound is metalic, distorted. Checkd on driver and it was set to WASAPI Shared, tried to switch to ASIO and got this error: Realtek ASIO This driver is known to be incompatible with Cakewalk. Continuing to use this driver may lead to instability. For best results, we recommend switching to a compatible ASIO or WASAPI Windows driver. Would you like to switch to WASAPI mode now? I had to switch back to WASAPI because if I leave it with ASIO, Cakewalk becomes almost unresponsive. Has anyone has this situation with some gear? I have no idea what to do here? CW is useless with this interface as it is.
  2. Thank you all for the very detailed explanations. I had no idea it was that complicated really. Now that you explain it, it makes sense but I really though I could do this. I tried changing the driver mode but it didn't help. The only way forward is the new 4 channel interface. Thanks again!
  3. I have tried to run: https://www.presonus.com/products/AudioBox-USB-96 and https://www.steinberg.net/en/products/audio_interfaces/ur_series/models/ur22mkii.html so I can record 4 audio channels and installed ASIO drivers for both. It seems that Cakewalk can only take one device at the time since the first one installed is immediately grayed out and disabled in Preferences as soon as the second one is installed. Then only the second device is available in preferences. Is there a way to run 2 audio devices in Cakewalk? Thank you
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