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Magix music maker recording problems

What is the cause of jumping when you playback specially when you already have recorded in many tracks, its hard to finalize your song if it's acting like this. Thanks

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  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2009

    **** music maker 12 dude i have the same problewm .. it only plays like 30 seconds then skips back to the start with every ******* song i have and no one seems to know how the **** to fix it ..im more than pissed off

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2009

    yea its the same here i think. im playing this arrangement in the program, and after i have exported it to mp, but there's certain sounds that for some reason mess up the playback in exactly the same way every time

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SOURCE: Recording trouble

go to your playback option and make sure (live input) is checked, then try it

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SOURCE: I have windows vista and i have magix mp3 maker 12

the lost of audio driver leads to this stage.put your motherboard cd and reinstall audio driver.

Posted on Mar 07, 2011

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2nd- Check your memory video card & remember your computer speed is as fast as the lowest speed component on it.
Pardon my poor English!!!!

Good luck!!!

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What happens when you press the record button on the screen. It should be located below the tracks.

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