CyberSynth Installation Fernando Martinez / DSP Audio Engineer email@example.com Invision Interactive 415-812-7380 x529 1.00.38 ================ - Dynamically unloadable and unloadable from cybersyn.drv - Checks for OPTI driver - Mono/stereo switch support - InVision's ID entered in Opti's field 1.00.37 ================ - if bank due to program change not found, default to the GM bank - increase effects 1.00.36 ================ - Defaults Channel 10 changes to program 0, drum kit 1.00.35 ================ - Checks for Cyrix processor, if Cyrix performs NonMMX 1.00.34 ================ - volume control, not name-piped to mixer. 1.00.33 ================ - return error if channel not available - installer deletes "device=insynth.vxd" from system.ini - 3 bit headroom 1.00.32 ================ - Real time effect switch changes added. - 3 bit headroom 1.00.31 ================ - initialization switch added to initialize synth before it is used. The initialization takes memory, but it improves startup time. (A 'initialize' binary value can be created in the registry to turn on and off this feature.) - Real time effect slider changes added. - working Stereo switch. 1.00.30 ================ - dynamically loadable insynth.VxD, from cybersyn.drv. - MMX code switch added for CPUs with MMX technology. (A 'MMX' binary value can be created in the registry to turn on and off MMX implementation.) - flag parameters added to freedom function for improvement of the synth's gain. 1.00.29 ================ - new envelope functionality added(sustain, decay) 1.00.28 ================ - Internal build (no changes) 1.00.27 11/15/96 ================ - New Sound Bank architecture. - Forced Mono instead of stereo. - Call CyberCfg.exe was add for easy access To Do List: - Working on making the call cybersyn.exe a control panel applet.Download Driver Pack
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Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
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Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
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