fluffy_little_something wrote:What is that Rearoute ASIO driver which is the only item not selected for installation?
Is it a normal ASIO driver as an alternative to the ASIO4ALL that I am using? Does it work better or worse? Or should I simply not install Rearoute as the default setting suggests?
Rearoute is a Reaper/Windows specific driver that allows routing from other applications into Reaper. You choose your hardware interface in Reaper and then choose the Rearoute driver in your other application. You now have an audio conduit between the two applications.
Does ASIO4All do this? If it does, I don't know, I don't use it that often.
In my experience Rearoute is very stable and I always install it, but, I have more than a few uses for it because of the kinds of things that I like to do. Usually this involves the use of other standalone applications that support ASIO but that I don't want to mix from, or, Reaper has some advantage, e.g., as a ninjam client.