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I can not boot up Ableton if pulseaudio driver is enabled. I get an error message. If I uncheck PulseAudio Driver in winecfg, I can boot up ableton. I need ...
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    Alternative to PulseAudio


    I can not boot up Ableton if pulseaudio driver is enabled. I get an error message. If I uncheck PulseAudio Driver in winecfg, I can boot up ableton. I need an audio driver though.

    Without an audio driver I can't hear anything. Audio is completely disabled.

    Is wineasio an audio driver? Can anyone tell me where to download it?

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    I don't think you have to use pulseaudio. I don't use it. I only use ALSA and it seems to work for me with WINE.
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    Personally, I've had more issues with pulseaudio than I care to count. Minor issues... but still.
    ALSA is the best, in my book.
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    I've got also working and the audio sounds good after I changed the output to 'default DX' instead of 'default Wave'. The GUI is laggy and I can't record though.

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