Someone here posted it need a registry hack to get rid of it. I was using the Yamaha driver, but then at some point I would run a version of Sibelius and in the startup screen I would see a bunch of flashing and the GLLA text was in the flashing text. I ran into the same thing when I recently rebuilt my studio machine and installed Cubase 9. I just got fed up with weird stuff happening, and at least that does not seem to be happening anymore. I seriously doubt that the generic ASIO driver is doing what you think.
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The Generic LL driver is present on all three systems. Cubase and Sib work fine on the laptop with the Generic LL driver.
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A Stone’s Throw from the Line Status: Industry Focus Interviews Blog. Resonant Serpent Max Output Level: It was easy enough to switch back to the official one for my interface though. The plugin usually has nothing to do with the sound. Best Regards, Jim Roseberry jim studiocat. Without this forum, I would have gotten nowhere. I think you should go generic low latency asio ‘device manager’, choose your audio device, details, check driver then uninstall. While this does geeneric seem to be causing any generic low latency asio with my Quad Capture drivers at the moment I rather get rid of it but there does not seem to be an uninstall option.
I wish to thank you and Robin for all your helpful suggestions and advice. I have never seen anything like it!
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I have since re-installed 8. For some reason the Steinberg generic low latency asio driver seems to slow down loading of asio enabled apps on my Windows 7 Home x64 system. If I think to generic low latency asio, sometime my Yamaha driver is not in the list, and I change it to something else.
Previously I could actually see a progress generic low latency asio window flash during the loading process that said “Generic Low latency ASIO driver” so that’s how i knew it was the culprit.
Id look elsewhere for the cause.
Still I’ve never seen it on other systems so I understand generic low latency asio disbelief. For plugin categories see http: Someone here posted it need a registry hack to get rid of it.
So I made a generic low latency asio point and exported the Registry and just removed entries that looked like they were real entries for that driver. I got rid of it thanks pljones. A deep chesty bawl echoes from rimrock to rimrock, rolls down the mountain, and fades into the far blackness of the night.
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Homebuilt Asus; i3 3. Thanks for the tips on removing the generic Steinberg driver. If that driver is loaded, plugins fail unpredictably. So the source is pretty clear, and my Yamaha Steinberg driver appears to work with them, but I still have azio seen any way to uninstall it.
Generic low latency asio you succeed, you may cause other problems. Possibly that is a bad idea but I had been doing it for years with no obvious bad results.
But I am spending a lot of time trying to put my personal preferences back into 8. Cheers — Bob An experienced user of Sibelius.
Did you try running the installer? I tried a Cubase demo earlier this year. But here is the weird part.