Sonar found the card without any problems at all. I have made the Waveterminal M a permanant addition to the PigPen, and am looking at adding one of their newer larger interfaces as well. There are lots of excellent studio monitors in the to I noticed a while back that the forums just disappeared. Also, cost was a main concern.
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My system is not 64 bit so I’m fine with that at the moment. Strange that the spec says it provides 12 volts of phantom power rather than the standard But the digital inputs meters also bounce even though I had no signal to the digital inputs.
ESI WaveTerminal 192M
They sure are bang fer the buck. This is were the card began to sway my choice for making it a permanant piece of gear here. Wavelab did take a few moments to set itself up as it didnt want to accept the esii change at first.
Great card, great value. First shot running the older drivers I got a latency of about 8.
Did you guys read the artical about Maudio copying ESI’s studio monitor? Sonar found the card without any problems at all.
This card featurewise sits between an Audiophile and one of the higher end cards like the or the Terratec EWS Plus as mentioned above, ESI will have 64 bit drivers for the Waveterminal line. I found many uses waveterrminal this neat little application, including sending a final mix straight to SoundForge or Wavelab without having to first export the mixdown. I purchased a recently releasded pro sound card called the Waveterminal M at a local computer show from Florida Music Corporation.
In all the driver configurations the audio was clean with no dropouts running a stack of 16 tracks of audio with the latency buffer in the the Waveterminal control panel set at These are professional audio tools that deserve professional hardware.
Esk, cost was a main concern. So my comments are more as a video person, looking for better audio, and adding some Acid mixes to my soundtrack, rather than a pro like DSE who has years more experience in this field.
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I have to admit this interface is as rock steady or steadier then what I have used in my studio through the years. Set-up Setting up all my software to use the Waveterminal was again a very simple task.
I did notice however with the install of the original drivers from the factory CD that it set itself up automatically to be the windows default card. Thats’ great since I have a VIA southbridge chipset with the latest drivers.
Elson Max Output Level: ESI is also good with drivers. I’ve been using the M for over two years. Plus the internal wiring is great for recording between various programs.
Thanks for your post. The digital portion of the interface was as well flawless.
And the midi was spot on and kept up nicely even when sending out all 16 channels with a fully loaded symphony going to one of my external synths.
They also make firewire and usb based audio tools.
ESI – Product Archive: Waveterminal X
Setting up all my software to use the Waveterminal was again a very simple task. I don’t see it in their website.
You can hook up condensor mikes if needed. Performance This is were the card began to sway my choice for making it a permanant piece of gear here. This however did not happen with the updated drivers. User Control Panel Log out.