asked Jan 10 '16 at 17:40 by FabioDamasio (21)

I have tried many ways to make it happens, but I couldn't have any sound form the software. I desisntalled and Installed again, I tried to find answers, but, it just don't work... I'm feeling as if I'm the most stupid person in the comunity. I read the manual, watched tutorials, etc., but I could't work yet because no sound comes out from the software. Could someone help me? Maybe there are some stupid configuration where I could work, but where?

Hey, first of all you need to make sure your audio interface (sound card) is properly installed and recognized by Bitwig Studio. If you're on a computer with a built-in interface, can you get sound from that? Here's a list for you to go through:

  • What OS are you using? (Mac OS X, Windows, Linux)
  • What audio interface do you use?
  • Can you get sound from other applications?
  • Open Bitwig Studio, under Options menu go to preferences. Check tab Audio and set your audio interface

If you're having issues under any of the steps remember to write as many details as you can so people can help you.

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answered Jan 11 '16 at 16:39 by fredrik (90)

Hello Fredrik, thanks for your help. Some answers:

I'm using Windows 10 I've installed the ASIO4All and the soundcard of the computer (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC). Both appears at the "áudio" configuration possibilities With other aplications it Works, like FL Studio. But I want to use the Bitwig, much better. No sound...

  — (Jan 13 '16 at 00:45) FabioDamasio

As not all soundchips work with the unofficial ASIO4ALL driver we strongly recommend getting an audio interface with official ASIO support.

  — (Jan 14 '16 at 14:40) dom ♦♦

As I wrote, it was a very stupid thing. An adjustment at Windows configuration. In Windows 10 there are two possibles configurations. One is "headphones/speakers". The other is "speakers/headphone". In the first one the sound for Bitwig wasn't activated... Easy like that. Thank's for everyone that was patient enough to help me. Hugs

  — (Jan 18 '16 at 00:31) FabioDamasio

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