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Windows Vista users
Read this first
This is the EDIROL UA-1EX (Advanced mode) driver for Microsoft(R) Windows Vista(TM).
This driver also supports ASIO(Steinberg Audio Stream I/O Interface) 2.0.
* This does not work with the 64-bit Edition of Windows Vista(TM).
Installation
Start up Windows with all USB cables disconnected (except for
keyboard and mouse).
7.
If a dialog box regarding Windows Security appears, click
[Install].
1.
Exit all applications before you begin the installation.
8.
The screen will indicate “EDIROL UA-1EX driver has been
installed.”
2.
Insert the included CD-ROM into your computer.
3.
Start up the installer for the Windows driver.
1. Choose [Start] – [Computer].
2.
Double-click the “Driver” folder in the CD-ROM.
3.
Double-click the “Vista” folder.
4.
Double-click the Setup icon.
5.
A confirmation screen regarding User Account Control will
appear, click [Continue].
The message “EDIROL UA-1EX Driver will be installed on
your computer. —” will appear. Click [Next].
* If any other message appears, follow the directions of the
message.
6.
9.
Set the UA-1EX’s mode select (ADVANCE) switch to the
“ON” position.
10. Connect the UA-1EX to your computer.
* If a message informs you that “Driver installation must be
performed by an administrator,” you must log on to
Windows as a user whose account type is Administrator,
and then perform the installation.
4.
* If any other message is displayed, proceed according to
the contents of that message.
Click [Next] to begin installation.
11. The lower right corner of the screen will indicates
“Installing device driver software,” and the driver will be
installed automatically.
* If any other message is displayed, note the contents and
close the message.
12. When the lower right corner of the screen indicates “Device
driver software installed successfully,” installation is
complete.
Click [Close] to close the “Driver Setup” dialog box.
13. If the “System Settings Change” dialog box appears, click
[Yes] to restart Windows.
Refer to “Before you begin,” and make the necessary settings
for using the UA-1EX. You won’t be able to use the UA-1EX
unless you make these settings.
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Before you begin
To change the settings
Input/output device settings for your application
To change or verify settings
In order to obtain optimal performance from your applications,
specify the input/output device for your applications as
described below. (For details on making these settings, refer to
the owner’s manual for your application.)
Audio input/output device
Of the total audio input/output channels provided by the UA1EX, there are 2 INs and 2 OUTs.
1.
When changing driver settings, always make sure to first
quit all applications using the UA-1EX. This is unnecessary
when only checking the settings.
2.
Open “Control Panel,” click “Additional Options,” and then
click “EDIROL UA-1EX.”
* If you’re using the Classic View, double-click “EDIROL UA1EX.”
3.
The “EDIROL UA-1EX Driver Settings” dialog box will
appear.
4.
To modify the settings, make the changes and click [OK]. To
simply check the settings, be sure to click [Cancel] after
viewing the settings.
[WAVE OUT Devices]
OUT (EDIROL UA-1EX)
* If you’ve specified a different name in the “Sound” settings
of the control panel, the name you specified will be
displayed.
* In WDM/KS compatible applications, such as Cakewalk
SONAR, this is displayed as “EDIROL UA-1EX.”
[WAVE IN Devices]
IN (EDIROL UA-1EX)
* If you’ve specified a different name in the “Sound” settings
of the control panel, the name you specified will be
displayed.
* In WDM/KS compatible applications, such as Cakewalk
SONAR, this is displayed as “EDIROL UA-1EX.”
[ASIO device]
When using the UA-1EX with an ASIO-compatible
application, select “EDIROL UA-1EX” as the ASIO setting
for your application.
* To prevent an audio feedback loop or double monitoring,
make settings on your application to turn monitoring off or
use ASIO Direct Monitoring.
* When using the UA-1EX with ASIO, we recommend that
you set your application so that it does not use the
Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth. (In order to decrease the
load, and for convenience when changing the driver buffer
size)
Settings when UA-1EX is used with the
Windows Media Player
1.
Open “Control Panel,” click “Hardware and Sound,” and
then click “Sound.”
* If you’re using the Classic View, double-click “Sound.”
2.
In “Playback” page, choose EDIROL UA-1EX’s “OUT”, and
then click [Set Default].
3.
Click [OK] to close “Sounds.”
4.
Open “Windows Media Player,” select an audio file, and
then play back the file.
* For details on the setting items, refer to “About the items in
the Settings dialog box.”
About the items in the Settings dialog box
Audio Buffer Size
Ordinarily, set the fifth position from the left for the buffer size.
After you’ve changed the “Audio Buffer Size,” make sure
to restart all applications which are using the UA-1EX.
Then, if you are using a program that offers a function for
testing audio devices, we recommend that you run such
tests.
Also, you may want to check to see if your application is
one of those that provides a setting for adjusting the buffer
size.
“Use Smaller ASIO Buffer Size” check box
If this check box is selected, the buffer size when using ASIOcompatible applications will be made smaller.
If you experience pops or clicks when this check box is
selected, deselect this check box.
* You must deselect this check box when adjusting the
“Audio Buffer Size.”
“Use ASIO Direct Monitor” check box
Check this if you are using the ASIO Direct Monitor function
with an ASIO-compatible application.
Information
This field shows the driver version.