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Old 04-03-2011, 01:10 PM
jondonal jondonal is offline
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Default can barely hear the audio through my monitors

Im not sure if this is a software or hardware problem, or both. So, i Just, finally set everything up and tried to listen to the sample track "Filtered dreams" and i have to turn my monitors up fully to hear something. What's wrong? How do i fix this?

I also tried a new session with just one track "The Minigrand" ...well, same thing, i can barely hear it with monitors up all the way. Also, i noticed i can activate the piano keys with my mouse, but i cant with my midi keyboard.
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