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Cakewalk Guitar Tracks Pro 3, im using a M-Audio interface (Fast track) to record my guitar onto the program, but i can't hear my output, and the output driver is selected as the fast track, and i can't change it to anything else. the output needs to be my computer speakers, which are known to the program as Sigma Tel Audio. I can't figure out how to switch it... help?

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  • mrlnmn Feb 01, 2009

    Same problem.....I have a Dell Laptop and if my fast trak is not powered on and i start guitar tracks it says that the sigma tel audio driver is not compatable.?. Ive just started to seriousley troubleshoot this and will post results.

  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    Had the same issue. This solution worked for me.

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Options>Audio>Advanced.......

Select "MME" from the Driver Mode dropdown menu....

this worked fine for me......
let me know if it works...

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