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You've added sounds, but you can't play anything. There are a few things you can check here. * Are the speakers on and plugged in? (Sorry, management made us ask.) * Is the correct sound card or sound device selected? Go to _Mixcraft Preference...
If you have some sounds selected, you will not hear your volume, pan, or clipboard changes during playback. Once you restart playback after making a change, you will hear the changes.
This is most likely just a volume control problem. The confusing part is that your sound card has two sound controls: one for recording and one for playback. You just need to make sure the playback volume is turned up and not muted. Double-click on the sm...
In Mixcraft, click on the File menu and select Preferences. On the Playback tab, select the correct sound card driver for the Playback Device option. Do not choose "Default Device," but the actual driver for your sound card. If the problem persists, ...
Many things can contribute to this. Slow hard drive access times, not enough free CPU resource, can cause stuttering in recording or playback. If increasing the buffer or latency settings in the sound device preferences (File Menu > Preferences > Soun...
If you are trying to play sounds in Mixcraft and it seems to cut off too soon or it may have some other strange behavior, try this: Open up Mixcraft, then click on the File menu and select Preferences. On the Playback tab, select the correct sound card...
When playing the session, it sounds like someone is starting and stopping the sound real quick, repeatedly. This could be because the computer has slowed down due to other programs running at the same time. Mixcraft has to work harder as the layers of...
If you load in a sound and it plays back too fast or too slow, it's because it is being tempo adjusted most likely. Click on the sound and then click on the SOUND Details tab and adjust the sound to be in TIME STRETCH BY mode instead of ADJUST TO PROJEC...
Somebody (or some program) may have inadvertently turned on unwanted audio enhancements in the Windows control panel. Here's how to turn them off: 1. Right-click on the small volume contol in your Windows task bar and select Playback Devices, or go...