asked Apr 01 '14 at 12:28 by Cyler (257)

closed Oct 06 at 09:17

I just found out that on my WIn7 installation there is not sound output when previewing clips in the browser. They load up and run, with the tiny meters next to it moving, but no sound is audible. If I drag a file in the arranger panel and play them everything is fine. On my Linux installation everything is cool. Any idea what the problem could be?

The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by Cyler Oct 06 at 09:17

OK, the issue was just a wrong setting in the "Studio I/O" section of the browser (very right button on the bottom). There is a drop-down menu called "Cue / Preview Output" and I had "Stereo Output 2" (of my Focusrite Scarlett 2i4) selected, which I have neither hooked up nor ever used so far. Just changed it to "Stereo Output 1" and everything is hunky dory.

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answered Apr 03 '14 at 15:05 by Cyler (257)

This worked for me in 1.0.1. I'm currently using 1.0.5 and it doesn't work. Yes, I tried the above answer to no avail.

  — (Apr 04 '14 at 18:43) bobland

So, "Output Monitor Selector" and "Cue / Preview Output" have the same device selected, you can you see the audio clips start playing with the little meters going up and down, normal sound playback works, just no audible previews? What about your audio settings in preferences?

  — (Apr 06 '14 at 03:50) Cyler

Yes very well fandango !!! (or EUREKA !!). I am looking for this on "Settings/audio". Finally I Glouge de question and then: me here. Now I see. ``But ... It is not an strange duplication of functions?

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answered Jul 20 at 18:17 by 11ent (41)

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