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I was just recording my voice on cakewalk for the first time and I played it back and it was terrible i sounded like a chipmunk and i have been up how to fix it for the last few days and it hasnt helped me at all its not my mic either because i used it on audacity and it sounded just fine 

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2 hours ago, dominique said:

I was just recording my voice on cakewalk for the first time and I played it back and it was terrible i sounded like a chipmunk and i have been up how to fix it for the last few days and it hasnt helped me at all its not my mic either because i used it on audacity and it sounded just fine 

First thing I would be checking is the sample rate of your project in Cakewalk.  Make sure it matches the sample rate in audacity

Settle on a sample rate that you would like to use and then make sure that you use that in all programs (Including Windows itself)

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