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Not sure if this has been asked, the list of posts is far longer than I can even attempt to get through in a reasonable amount of time.

 I recorded a single track in Cakewalk and tried to export it as a wave as well as an MP3. When I try to play it back in windows media player, nothing. The files are not recognized/supported. I'm trying to send them to a friend and he is also unable to play the files. 

 I'm using Windows 10 and a headrush gigboard as an audio interface.

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Does Windows say not recognised/not supported or is that what you surmise.

I presume the track plays in Cakewalk?

In the export dialog, at the bottom under Bounce settings, check that you have this:

Source category: Entire mix        Channel format: Stereo       Sample rate: 44100         Bit depth: 16        Dithering: None

Check all the check boxes. 64-bit Engine doesn't matter for the moment.

 

 

 

 

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When you export it make sure you don't put a "dot" or "period" anywhere in the song title if you are ..

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