Digidesign's Wave / asio drivers issues

Yummay wrote on 9/16/2004, 7:09 AM
Hi there

I'm using SF 7.0 and CD architect 5 with a digi 002 interface, and I have little issues when using them.

1- CD architect "freezes" during playback (When I hit spacebar too quickly...)

2- The only "audio devices" appearing in the options menu are "Microsoft sound mapper" and other microsoft-related options (No "Digidesign 002 wave driver" appearing...) To me, it looks like CDA only support audio devices through Windows only (is any Microsoft Soundmapper bypass possible?????)

3- In Sound Forge 7.0 , DIGI 002 appears only as a playback device... NOTHING shows up in the "RECORDING DEVICE" drop down list (Preferences menu)

Anybody encountered this?



MacMoney wrote on 9/17/2004, 5:12 AM
I have seen this too with Digi Wavedrivers and CDA5 on my TDM and LE systems.
I reported it but Digi was not able to reproduce. What version of Wavedrivers are you using?
Please e-mail Digi support with your system specs, OS, and step by step on how to reproduce this problem.

No you do not have a recording Wavedriver.

Sorry I wasn't able to help.
George Ware
pwppch wrote on 10/7/2004, 6:04 PM
In order for CDA to see and use the Digi wave drivers, the drivers must be told that CDA can "use them". If you run regedit and then locate the key:


Look the entry WaveAllowProcesses

Make sure that the CDA executable is part of this list.


Greg_M wrote on 10/19/2004, 8:56 PM
Go to the Digidesign web site and download a free little app called MMEHelper. It provides a nice interface for adding executables to the registry key listed in the post above.

RailJonRogut wrote on 10/20/2004, 6:56 PM
You can download it directly from my web site: