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Yamaha USB Audio Driver Yamaha USB Audio Driver is designed for transfer of audio data between a Yamaha hardware product and a computer. This driver can be used with ASIO-compatible DAW applications such as Cubase AI 4 and multimedia applications such as Windows Media Player.
[OK]. After completing the installation, make sure to restore the original setting if necessary. Connect the device compatible with Yamaha USB Audio Driver directly (without using a USB hub) to the computer.
Within Cubase AI 4, select [Device Setup] from the [Devices] menu to open the Device Setup window. Select [VST Audio System] in the [Devices] ﬁeld on the left side of the window. Select [Yamaha USB ASIO] in the [ASIO Driver] ﬁeld on the right side of the window.
From the [Start] menu, select ([Hardware and Sound]→) [Sound] The “Sound” dialog appears. Click the [Playback] tab → [Line] (Yamaha USB Audio Driver) icon → [Set Default] button. A green checkmark icon appears on the selected icon. Likewise, click the [Recording] tab → [Line] (Yamaha USB Audio Driver) icon → [Set Default]...
Devices] → [Sound] The “Sounds and Audio Devices Properties” dialog appears. Click the [Audio] tab, and select [Yamaha USB Audio Driver] as the Default device both in the “Sound playback” ﬁeld and the “Sound recording” ﬁeld. After completing the setup, click [OK] to close the dialog.
From the [Start] menu, select ([Settings] →) [Control Panel] → [Add or Remove Programs] to display the Add or Remove Programs panel. Click “Change or Remove Programs” located in the upper left, then select “Yamaha USB Audio Driver” from the list in the right pane.
Conﬁrm the driver setting. When using a multimedia application, refer to pages 6-7. When using the Cubase series, select [Device] menu → [VST connection], and conﬁrm that the audio device for the input and the output is Yamaha USB ASIO. When using any other DAW software, check the driver setting in the appropriate menu.