Is there any way to make it work with ASIO4ALL?
Why there is no 64 bit versions of sunvox for Windows? What is the difference betwen the 32 float point and the 16 bit version?
Thanks for the amazing software!
\o/NightRadio wrote:More info about SunVox configuration is here: http://www.warmplace.ru/wiki/sunvox:manual_en
So, after some tries, I was easily able to use the ASIO driver by the sunvox_config.ini file. It worked for me that way:
// Audio device name:
// * name examples for ALSA (Linux): "hw:0,0", "hw:1,0";
// * name examples for other audio systems: "0" - first device; "1" - second device;
// Audio driver name (alsa, oss, sdl, dsound, mmsound, asio):
// * alsa - ALSA (Linux);
// * oss - OSS (Linux);
// * sdl - SDL (Linux);
// * dsound - DirectSound (Windows);
// * mmsound - oldest audio API, slow, but compatible with all Windows and Windows Mobile devices;
// * asio - ASIO (Windows);
audiodriver asio - ASIO4ALL