USB AUDIO in live 11

when I setup my audio interface as asio4all and I activate the tracker mini i/o, live pops up an error saying “live does not support 11025 as a sample rate” and reverts the audio driver to my default asio.
Does this happen to anyone else?
I’m on windows 11.

Hello! Are you still having problems with USB Audio?

I don’t like having to resort to using asio4all but I found this this web page link which may clarify the setup for those experiencing problems in windows. The sample rates much match in both devices. Setting up in Mac is a cinch, however, and this page has references to both setups.

Unfortunately I returned the unit back. I couldn’t find a spot in my workflow for it.

This is how I got it sorted out in Windows for anyone having difficulties. The asio4all driver is not needed.
To create an aggregate device in Windows, you can use the built-in Windows Audio Session API (WASAPI):

  1. Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box.
  2. Type “control mmsys.cpl” and press Enter to open the Sound settings.
  3. Click on the “Recording tab" and select the devices you want to use as inputs for your aggregate device.
  4. Right-click on one of the selected devices and choose “Properties”.
  5. In the Properties window, click on the “Listen” tab.
  6. Check the box next to “Listen to this device”.
  7. Select your output device from the “Playback through this device” dropdown menu.
  8. Click “OK” to close the Properties window.

Repeat steps 4-8 for each device you want to add to your aggregate device.
Once you have configured all of your devices, right-click on the Sound icon in the system tray and choose “Open Sound settings”.
Click on the “Output” tab and select your aggregate device from the list of available devices.
Click “Test” to verify that your aggregate device is working correctly.
Please note that not all devices are compatible with WASAPI, so you may need to experiment with different combinations of devices to find one that works for you 1. If you encounter any issues, please refer to the user manual or contact the manufacturer’s support for further assistance.