Yeah… I’ve been in contact with their support. They acknowledge the issue.
My problem is that everyone says to use Asio4all… but even that doesn’t seem to make any difference whatsoever. And my question to them (and anyone else who is actually having success)… Is Asio4all a standalone driver replacement, or does it still require the neural dsp driver installed?
When I run asio4all, if I don’t have the neural driver installed, asio4all doesn’t show the quad cortex as an available audio device… So I guess the answer is that the neural driver must be installed… but if that is the case and asio4all is using the neural driver under the covers… how could asio4all possibly work any better than the flawed driver underneath of it…
So did I miss some sort of install method with Asio4all that allows me to use the QC without the neural driver?