Rick De Heer
2010.07.20 (Jul 23, 2010)
Not sure what part of this wasapi you want,
maybe you can enlighten me on email or
on the forum of my website?
2010.02.26 (Feb 26, 2010)
I am the programmer of soundbase, and I am wondering the same thing to be honest, believe me if I say that the 1-star ratings did get my attention! I actually develop on XP, test on win7 and XP (different machines) and then release if it runs on my personal media center (XP). I don't do vista, assuming it is similar to win7... As such, I guess I am my bigest user... I also have a few (not to many unfortunally) testusers, they also do not seem to have this problem. But I am more then keen to get user feedback on this... so any help is appriciated! Mail me or go to the forum on the website. tnx!
2010.02.05 (Feb 13, 2010)
Works fine on my PC, I'll give it 5 stars! Fast, clean simple interface.
2009.02.09 (Feb 9, 2009)
It does everything the author says, fast and reliable. This is a kick-ass program!And in response to the previous review.. does my dishwasher cook me diner?
2008.3.28 (Mar 29, 2008)
Just to ensure everybody understands how soundbase works compared to other players. Soundbase doesnot use any DLLs, nor does it in itself play audio. The only thing it does is send files to the DirectX layer, the same layer used by windows media player, and a whole bunch of other players. So soundbase sounds as good as your DirectX setup does. If your codec on your PC is crap, then any DirectX player on your PC sounds crappy (or in case of video looks crappy). As this can be prevented by having a DLL, soundbase offers the alternative of using BASS drivers, a set of DLLs that provide, similar to, and partly using the DirectX layer. Now anyone claiming that either windows media player or BASS gives a bad sound quality, hmmmm. I dont know ....