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  1. Thanks to everyone for the quick responses, I truly appreciate it. Special thanks to John Vere, I watched your tutorial about the audio set up and discovered my problem at the end of the lesson. My problem was in the synch and cache settings. It was set to my Behringer instead of Focusrite. I kept changing it and hitting "apply" and it kept reverting to the Behringer. So with Glary Utilities I uninstalled the Behringer driver and when I opened Cakewalk after a restart, it had automatically loaded Focusrite. I started my "problem" project and now plays perfectly. Thank you so very much, you made my day, and I look forward to going through all your tutorials -- I hope the word gets out about what a great job you've done. Everything is so clearly, succinctly, and logically presented. Tip of the hat to you sir.
  2. I don't understand why, but this change solved my problem.
  3. Hi, I'm just started using Cakewalk last week. Initially I was using a Behringer U Phoria umc22 and gave up after three frustrating days of trying to get the driver to work. Next I bought a Focusrite Scarlett Solo and it was installed and working within 30 minutes. In no time I was able to record some test tracks with my guitar and Fame synth plugged in as an instrument (not as a midi). Spent several fun hours getting accustomed to Cakewalk. I opened Calkwalk this morning (without my interface plugged in) and exported a MP3 of one of my test projects. To my surprise the MP3 didn't have any audio information. I guessed that perhaps it had something to do with the fact that my interface had not been plugged in. So I attempted the MP3 again with the interface plugged in. Same result, no audio. Next I listened to the project (via headphones in my Focusrite.) To my shock and horror, the loops were audible, but my recorded tracks (visible as waveforms) were silent. I checked the preferences and couldn't detect a problem. So I tried recording a bit of piano. It was producing waveforms, but on playback there was still no audio. So I opened a sound loop in a track, it was audible. So audio is getting to my computer and getting back to me via my interface, but not any newly recorded audio. I'm such a newbie I'm probably missing something obvious, here are screens of my preferences: Here is a screen shot of my first test project. On this project I can hear my recorded audio and the loops. Now the drop-down box under the track title no longer offers the option of "Clips", only my Focusrite output. I'm way out of my depth here, I hope someone might be able to spot the problem.
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