Category: Sound and Multimedia
Manufacturer: Echo Digital Audio
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 6.7 MB
Operating System: Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 21 Mar 2003

Windows device driver information for Mia MIDI

The Mia MIDI provides the computer user with the functionality of being able to handle various types of digital audio files. This particular hardware component operates by providing audio input and output interface ports that can access various decibels of audio. The device driver supports the two balanced analog input ports that are capable of generating 106 decibels of sounds. The two input ports have the same number of corresponding output ports with essentially the same capability. The device driver also makes it possible for the Mia MIDI to support full duplex 4-channel operations for both input and output audio processing. The bus mastering functionality of the hardware component allows it to maintain compatibility with both the PCI and PCI-X standards. Every analog channel supported by the audio device can generate a dynamic range of anywhere from positive four decibels to negative ten decibels.

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Aside from activating the built-in hardware components of the Mia MIDI the device driver also supports the execution of various software interface utilities. The device driver allows for the launching of a software console that can provide the computer user with immediate access to audio metering, level setting, and monitoring among others. The functionality of the built-in digital mixer allows the supported hardware component to operate at near zero latency monitoring levels. The design of the manufacture provided device driver not only conforms with the Windows Driver Model but also to the ASIO as well as the 32-bit version of the GSIF. This means that it is easier to implement the device driver and deploy its supported audio hardware component. The device driver is also partially responsible for the creation of a maximum of eight virtual ports in the host computer system. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Mia MIDI errors before installing any driver updates.