From: Northwest, USA
Registration: Dec 2007
| posted January 21, 2008 08:31 PM||profile edit reply w/quote IP|
I have the E-mu 0404 USB, and I have a similar interest - to test digital and analog devices with RightMark. To access the 0404's digital I/O channels you need to use the ASIO interface capability. The pro-oriented applications (like Cubase) provide the necessary support for the ASIO interface and allow you to precisely define the input and output channels that you want to use.
To access the ASIO interface with RightMark, you need to purchase a license for the 'Pro' version of the software. The 'Pro' version differentiates itself from the freeware version by providing full ASIO interface support. I have purchased a license for the Pro version, which cost me about US $125.
The other option is to use RightMark to create the test signal, play and record that signal with another application and then analyze the resulting file with RightMark. I have succefully done this using the 'WaveLab' application that comes bundled with the 0404.
Unfortunately, I have been having a variety of problems getting the E-mu 0404 USB to play nice with my computers, and have had zero success getting the Pro version of RightMark to inteface directly with my 0404. I only get a chance to work on the problem about once a week, so progress has been slow. I am hopeful that I can resolve the problems soon, and get to the tests which I bought all this stuff for.