|Product||ASIO Link Pro|
|Developer||O Deus Audio|
|Type / Tags|
|Utility||Stand-alone utility / application|
This ASIO driver extends your audio interface ASIO driver and adds windows audio with no additional latency. It also allows you to use your ASIO driver from more than one application with the inbuilt multi-client support, and you can even send ASIO audio over the network.
The driver is great value for money for people who need to monitor or record from windows audio or just want to jam with their favourite tunes.
- Extremely high performance for Pro Audio apps.
- Zero added ASIO latency.
- 64 IN + 64 OUT virtual ASIO channels.
- 32 IN + 32 OUT WDM audio channels.
- 16 IN + 16 OUT network audio channels.
- Multi-client mode means ASIO for up to 25 apps.
- Works without internal WDM or ASIO audio resampling.
- Record lossless 8 channel audio to FLAC file.
- Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10.
- Route audio to/from WDM/MME/DirectSound/WASAPI and LAN/NET.
Reviewed By hatecubed
December 19, 2017
I recently discovered this program and frankly, it solves all of my computer-related issues! I was never able to purchase a copy. I started to do some research after my emails went unanswered, and unfortunately, It turns out that the author sadly passed away earlier this year. This has been mentioned by someone using his username on Reddit; his nephew apparently. Please see this thread for info. https://www.reddit.com/r/Software_Cracking/comments/65ya4n/request_o_deus_asio_link/Read more
Reviewed By mrlucmorin
June 12, 2017
I'm giving this rating not for the product, but for the support from O Deus.
Many people are complaining that they don't answer their emails anymore.
The online purchasing service is also down, and so is their online license registering process. Users with a valid license code can't register their product, and people on other forums are starting to complain.
If the company is dead, the least they could do is be clear about it on their website, and I'm of the opinion that they should consider releasing the source code to the open source community.
I just want to be clear. I've had a few years of good usage of the product, but now that my DAW laptop died on me, and of course, I want to build a new DAW computer, I can't re-install the Asio Link Pro driver.Read more