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Sound from a...
Sujet Sound from a computer- A bit of a head scratcher...
HP EliteBook, running Windows 7 Pro, i7-2720QM CPU @ 2020GHz, 8GB RAM, 64 bit Operating System
Running Virtual DJ 8.3 b4787
As I said, it's worked fine many times before, but this time it just wasn't happening. I reversed phase on one and both channels and tried any number of things with no luck. I ended up doing that portion of the show from my phone. I got the job done, but not the way I wanted! Any thoughts or suggestions? Something I overlooked? Let me know if I can provide more information. TIA
Posté 6 days ago @ 12:32 am
If that is the reason you need to disable that in windows for the headphones output to start sounding normal again
Posté 6 days ago @ 11:19 am
This Spacious sound is a problem ! It also sounds like the sound swells and drops, like a wave. I don't know it's is a setting in the software, or a problem with power supply. I'm in the process of ordering a Focusrite Scarlett in hopes that it will improve my sound signal to my mixing board... I do Karaoke shows and live events that require more channels for instruments and mics. Please keep me in the loop if you have any suggestions as to my sound problems.
I have gone back through settings on my software and can't see, where effects may be applied to the music from the computer. Thank you and I hope you figure this out. I'll check back.
Posté 4 days ago @ 3:34 am
Posté 2 days ago @ 5:50 pm
Perhaps a small external sound card would be a better option
Posté 22 hours ago
I got "anemic" sound some time ago every time i plugged the controller - Hercule 4-MX for info. The reason was High Mid and Low sliders not being in sync with VDJ software.
Turning them to 0% then to 100% and back to 50% fixed the sound
Posté 21 hours ago