screenshot of the error
188.8.131.52 Generic Kernel
WineASIO uses 32bit floats by default, so the error is a little misleading. Alternatively, compiled with ASIOST32INT it uses 32bit integers, which might be what the application is hoping for. You could try that?
djdecks non-dx, only supports 24-Bit Asio..
djdecks dx supports 32-bits, but is very unstable on Wine.
Why not use a native Linux app like IDJC or similar (I don't think IDJC has scratch/turntable style mixing but others may).
To add a comment. An ASIO app has no say in the matter. The protocol does not give the app the opportunity to chose what bit depth it wants to use, it's obliged to use what the ASIO driver offers. Mostly this is 32bit Int on windows, but most apps work with 32bit float too (the native format of jack).
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