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Problems Recording Vocals with Sony Music Studio

Everything with Sony Music Studio works fine except recording vocals.

when i record it, it shows my voice moving the bars up and down so i kno wits picking it up

But when i finish the recording i cant play it back

when i drag the actual file onto the studio it says it cannot be performed and the error is unknown.

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If it's the problem that I've encountered, you probably have Kaspersky. Many people have had the same issue. I almost took the ACID program back to the store. Kaspersky is possibly scanning the file while recording and erasing the sound for some reason. Pause the protection and it should work fine. It worked for me and others. If you don't have Kaspersky, then disable your antivirus, but stay off the net while it's disabled. Hope that helps.

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