Question about Cakewalk Music Creator 4
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Driver mode is probably wrong. What sound card do u have and what drivers does it use? Thats what you need to know. Then go to Options>audio>advanced and choose MME (or whatever your drivers are)) and then go back to Options>audio>general and run the wave profiler. You MUST do that for any changes to take effect. U should most def go to the Cake Forums, they can likely solve this very quickly for you. They'll ask the same questions tho- so please be ready with all that information
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