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LINDY USB Guitar Cable, RealTek HD chipset and Guitar Rig

December 22, 2009

The LINDY blog has now moved to- http://www.lindy.co.uk/blog/ 

To view an up to date version of this post & make comments visit- http://www.lindy.co.uk/blog/2009/12/22/lindy-usb-guitar-cable-realtek-hd-chipset-and-guitar-rig/

As a follow on from some feedback regarding using the LINDY USB Guitar Cable with Guitar Rig on PC, I thought I’d quickly post the ASIO settings I used to get good results. I used an Acer Aspire notebook with onboard RealTek HD audio chipset.

First of all, download and install the latest ASIO4ALL drivers from here:

www.asio4all.com

Once installed, launch Guitar Rig and access the audio settings from the File > Audio and MIDI Settings menu.

You’ll see a screen like this:

Set the Sample Rate to 44100 and then click the ‘ASIO Config’ button.

You should see a window like this:

I used trial and error to arrive at the above settings and achieved pretty good results with fast latency response and decent sound quality.

I’ll try and do a bit more testing over the next few weeks with different audio chipsets and settings.

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