Question about Apple MacBook Air
Might sound crazy but open Garage Band and play a note on the default Grand Piano [below] (any instrument will do, it just opens first under Software Instruments) Playing the sound in GB will reset things sound wise. Usu. Weird, I know.
Also open Sound in Preferences and see what output is set to. Make sure its set to. Change back to Internal Speakers if it got whigged out somehow.
Posted on Jan 13, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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