I have successfully mapped two analog channels (Mic 1 and Instrument 2; inputs 1 & 2) to Jamkazam. When I run a standalone virtual instrument like Addictive Keys, my USB MIDI keyboard controller (Nektar Panorama P6) shows up in the AudioBox mixer as a stereo feed on the DAW 1 & DAW 2 digital channels. That's great, but I can't figure out how to get 3rd party apps to see those DAW digital channels.
Can I map them as inputs the way I can the analog inputs?
Thanks in advance.
I'm running 64-bit Win7 Studio One 2 Professional, as well, but don't want that to be part of the solution as it would add significant latency.
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If your audio interface is ASIO (which is best for latency!), Jamkazam will not be able to see those virtual instruments running on your computer. But I learned something this week - you can have two ASIO interfaces in Windows, as long as they don't use the same program. I have a second USB ASIO interface - I connect that and use that with virtual instruments (I use Cantabile as a VST Host, but you could even use Studio One). I cable the outputs from the second interface into my main interface inputs....Now I can hear and use those virtual instruments in JamKazam!
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