It seemed to have installed CODE Audio interface, because I can see it is my Devices & Printers (Windows 8.1) as a composite device with a 2013 Microsoft driver installed. But it does not show up in my DAW at all.
Where is the driver and than in particular the ASIO driver for this????
It is connected, because when I use the WSAPI (Windows Shared API) is can see the SPEAKERS from code and play audio through there (horrible quality though). But not the input. Without that, this device has not much value for me.
Thanks for your help,
OK, Here's the solution. Download and install the ASIO4ALL driver, latest version. In your DAW, select that driver as the audio interface. There will be a basic Device Control Panel. Open that and select "Code." Make sure to click on the image to the left of the word, not just the word "Code." Now you should be receiving an input signal in your DAW.
This information would have been nice to know a while back. I had to search too hard to find it. It works with Studio One and Waves Tracks Live for sure. I haven't tried Reaper yet.
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I see that it's been months since this issue is submitted, but no reply. I have posted exact same problem, so has it already been solved?
Is there anybody can manage to use CODE as an input device on Cubase?
Also more specific question: If you had been able to record on Cubase, is it also possible to record DI from your guitar?