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  1. I knew you must be back, I caught my wallet taking the knee and swearing fealty! Welcome back mate, I put on a stone in weight whilst you were gone, buying food instead of vst's.
  2. Wish I could help more, it does sound like there is something not quite right. You could try right clicking on the windows icon in the bottom left hand corner, choose Windows PowerShell (Admin) and then typing sfc /scannow and hitting the enter key. This will check if there are any windows key file issues and fix them. The only other thing would be to look at device manager and see what sound video and game controllers you have listed and disable any you don't use (like onboard sound cards if you have an external audio device). Note that often windows updates re-enable these devices again, which is a pain.
  3. Well that is me out of ideas other than getting your browser to use the same sound source as CbB, but I expect it is probably a deeper issue than that.
  4. You do realise that Mrs Mills LP's were used as an instrument of torture by parents in the 60's on their defenceless children. Spitfire should be ashamed for dragging up these painful memories. What next, a Richard Clayderman library? I may have to go back to musical rehab. "No mum, please not Englebert Humperdinck again? Can't I at least play one Rolling Stones song?"
  5. I assume you don't have exclusive mode checked? This can sometimes be an issue if it is checked. Of course the downside to unchecking exclusive mode is that if you have other applications running, you will get sounds from them interrupting your audio when using Cakewalk. There is a decent article here which may help explain the various options. It is specific to using WASAPI on a surface pro but also covers off ASIO etc. guide Also, this may helpto check that your sound card is the default device You can also check the sample rate and exclusive settings by clicking a device and choosing "Properties" then the advanced tab
  6. He is obviously miming and the real singer is hiding behind the vertical blinds. You can see them moving throughout the video
  7. Hatstand

    Back on Hiatus

    No offence but.... Your butt is offensive
  8. I had a weird thing happen a little while back and it turned out Windows kept defaulting my sound device to vb audio cable. This happened with Amazon Music and MS Teams. Never found out why, just disabled it in device manager. Might be worth looking to see what other sound devices you have and disabling them to see if it fixes the issue.
  9. Hatstand

    Back on Hiatus

    Mastercard, Visa and Paypal Credit just contacted me to see if I knew when Larry was coming back!
  10. @noynekker has got it right, Whatever sample rate and bit depth you hae in Cakewalk needs to be the same in Windows. To make doubly sure I make sure all sound sources are at the same value. Settings>System>Sound>Input>Device Properties>Advanced Device Properties>Advanced tab on pop up window. or alternatively
  11. Was a massive Marriot fan, from the days of the small faces. When I got to the UK in 86, I got to see him in a small pub in Tottenham with his band packet of three. The crowd was so small actually got to sit with him for a chat afterwards
  12. Hi, it would help if you gave us some more details. What audio device are you using, system spec, windows version etc. You also don't mention using WASAPI only 32 bit MME which is rarely used nowadays.
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