Creamware PulsarSRB

Category: Sound and Multimedia
Manufacturer: Creamware
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 60.06MB
Operating System: Windows 98/me/2000/XP/2003
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / N/A

Windows device driver information for Creamware PulsarSRB

The creamware pulsar sonic rocket booster (SRB) facilitates the input and output of audio signals to and from a computer under control of computer programs. It features a digital-to-analog converter (DAC), which converts recorded or generated digital data into an analog format. It uses a TRS connector to interconnect with an external device. It includes sound chips to provide higher data rates. The line- in connector digitizes the signals and stores it in a computer hard disk. It has multiple FM synthesis voices. Connectors on the sound card are color coded as per the PC System Design Guide. The external rack-mountable units Firewire, and an optical interface offers sufficient data rates. The 130 nm soundcard operates at 400 MHz and has 51 million transistors. It is designed to fill a lower cost segment and allows connection to an external decoder.

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This is basically a studio on one card, allowing you to link up a selection from hundreds of virtual modules. The running of these modules is then accelerated by the 4 DSP chips on the board, theoretically without touching your CPU. T he SRB contains an extra four chips thus doubling the capacity of the original Pulsar and is a lot easier to use. It has a great sound engine. It offers Wavetable synthesis, which provides superior MIDI synthesis. It has its own RAM and processor for user-definable sound samples and MIDI instruments as well as to offload audio processing from the CPU. It has four connections: sound out or line out, sound in or line in, Microphone, and MIDI (Joystick).its ports are color coded and thus making it easy for the user to identify which port to use. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Creamware PulsarSRB errors before installing any driver updates.