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Maybe contacts need looking at? might be one stuck.
Or leaky capacitor?
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
point nr 1:
when you record midi, you are not recording sound but a key code and time info it was pressed.
point nr 2:
the midi keyboard may be seen as a remote controller.
check the midi configuration on your software host
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
i think your spund drivers are not updated as per your requirement and they are not working properly....
secondally it might b a problem in your volume controler or audio pin
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
When you install the sound card drivers, they disable ALL motherboard sound functions, and enable them on the sound card, meaning you can do the same things, with better quality, you just need to connect everything to the soundcard or it won't work. SO then you cannot connect any sound to the front of the computer anymore, but a soundcard should have plenty of connections on the back side of the PC.
From what I understood from your story, you switched cassette players AND installed a sound card. If I were you I'd first install the sound card drivers, then try to play audio with the old cassette player, and see wether that works. If it does, your new cassette player has another (if at all) output than the old one. Then you'll just have to use the old one. If it does not work, your soundcard is the problem, which seems a bit odd. Soundcards are usually meant to do more than on-board sound, not less. I'd contact your manufacturer and ask wether it's normal this doesn't work, or that the card's broken.
I hope this helps,
Posted on May 14, 2009
I had no sound in my Pardus first. I went in the settings of the Kmix
symbol/speaker down at the meny list and changed the main channel from "Front"
to "Master Front"
Then I restarted the pc and it was ok. But you must adjust the volume, it propably is settled on 0 % first.
In my other PC it was not necessary to do that. So it effect only some computers with no or low sound.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
SOURCE: I am using M Audio
My suggestion is to uninstall the Fast Track device, restart and then reinstall the software. Also, not knowing the computer you are working with, I would also suggest that the speakers are not disabled somehow ( IE, Mute button that got accidentlly activated). Was anything else done to the computer between the time is was working and the time it stopped working). If your audio card and and software are working properly, your speakers are the problem.
Let me know if you can add any more detail to the issue so I can help your further if necessary.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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