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  1. alex_b

    Exports at wrong speed

    I've been trying for days to export a project for about a day now with little luck. Actually this is the 2nd project I'm having trouble exporting (spent an entire other day trying to export it and finally gave up). What happens is that the export plays back at the wrong speed, too slow. I noticed another thread where they talked about checking the bitrate and sample rate. I've tried virtually every combination of bitrates/sample rates and it just WILL NOT export correctly. It DOES play correctly, but will not export correctly. The only thing that might be different about these two projects I'm having trouble with is that one of the waves (1 track) was from another source, i.e. I did not record it in cakewalk. All the other tracks in the project WERE recorded in cakewalk. The bitrate is 16 bits for all tracks. I don't know how to check the sample rate on the tracks. This is a HUGE deal since if I can't export my results there no point in even using cakewalk. I'm running the latest version of cakewalk on win10 pro 64bit on a Toshiba satellite e45t-a4300 w 12 gig of ram and a scarlet 2i4 audio interface.
  2. After many painful hours looking for the problem, I discovered it in the project settings.... Surrond Sound left/right speakers were cleared. Reselected the correct output and all was well.
  3. Restarting the computer fixed the activation issue.
  4. Had cakewalk working fine, but I had to uninstall it over an issue with no sound that I just could not fix. I've reinstalled it but I'm getting the "demo mode can't save message" and can't remember how/where to activate it. I'm not seeing an activate button in bandlab assistant though the message keeps referring me there. Tried logging out/back in in bandlab assistant per another post but it didn't fix the problem.
  5. Had cakewalk working great on Win10, then I tried to connect to my bluetooth speakers. I got a message that said the audio format was unsupported but I elected to try it anyway. Now I get no sound in cakewalk, although the sound works fine in Windows. I've tried restarting my pc, reseting the cakewalk config file, rerunning wave profiler, restoring my backed up Windows Registry settings for cakewalk...can't seem to fix this. I'm considering uninstalling/reinstalling the app altogether. Anyone have any ideas? Update: Just performed a brutal uninstalled/reinstalled of cakewalk. Still not getting any sound. Also now I cannot activate cakewalk....uggh
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