Questions about sunvox for Windows

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Questions about sunvox for Windows

Post by dusicyon » Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:13 pm

Hello people, I was using sunvox with linux (x64) and found it impressing, but now I'm on a windows machine and having some questions, and finding sound a little different... :roll:
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! :) :beer:


UPDATE
NightRadio wrote:More info about SunVox configuration is here: http://www.warmplace.ru/wiki/sunvox:manual_en
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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: :D
// 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;
audiodevice 0

// 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

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Re: Questions about sunvox for Windows

Post by NightRadio » Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:44 am

Hi!
More correct way is:

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audiodriver asio
Why there is no 64 bit versions of sunvox for Windows?
it requires some tools configuration and additional testing. I don't think i need to spend some time on it right now :) 32 bit SunVox works perfectly on all Windows machines.
What is the difference betwen the 32 float point and the 16 bit version?
sunvox.exe (32 bit version) - normal version with high quality sound.
sunvox_lofi.exe - 13 bit sound. This version is faster (for slow computers), but it sounds worse.

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Re: Questions about sunvox for Windows

Post by dusicyon » Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:04 pm

Got it. Yeah, there is no much need of sunvox 64 for Windows. Thanks for the reply! Sunvox Is working very good here. :)

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