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document 880: When I try to play a sound I get an error message that says another application is playing.
In Mp3 Audio Mixer, click on the File menu and select Preferences. On the Playback tab, click on the Playback Device setting and choose the driver for your sound card. Do not choose "Default Sound Device" or any other option aside from your specific sound card"s driver. If that doesn't fix the...
19 Jun, 2008
document 881: I get the error that "the Wave Input device cannot open" Huh?
The full error is "The Wave Input device cannot open. Another program may be using it." Close the other program and try again. If you have more than one soundcard, you may try an alternative device to record from in the "Recording" tab of the Preference dialog." If you get this, you may want to...
19 Jun, 2008
document 882: I get pops & clicks when recording.
Make sure that you aren't using any other programs. Also, make sure that your virus checkers and other background programs are shut off. If that still doesn't help, try increasing the number of recording buffers and buffer size by clicking "Preferences" from the "File" menu, followed by clicking...
19 Jun, 2008
document 883: I get pops & clicks when playing more than x tracks at a time.
The computer is having trouble keeping up with all the sounds that are being mixed. The solution is to click "Preferences" from the "File" menu, click the "Playback" tab and up the number of buffers and/or buffer size. Click "OK" to lock them in and see if the problem goes away.
16 Apr, 2008
document 884: I can't seem to load WMA files or create WMA files!
If you've got Windows XP SP2 and you don't have the latest version, download Acoustica MP3 Audio Mixer 2.471b here. If that's not the problem, your computer may not have Windows Media support installed. To download and install WMA support, click here. Finally, if you purchased the WMA files...
19 Jun, 2008
document 885: The sound pauses or hangs when I try to play it in MP3 Audio Mixer.
In Mp3 Audio Mixer, click on the File menu and select Preferences. On the Playback tab, click on the Playback Device setting and choose the driver for your sound card. Do not choose "Default Sound Device" or any other option aside from your specific sound card"s driver. This problem is often...
24 Apr, 2008