browj2 wrote on 2/22/2016, 1:32 PM


If you accessed Catooh from MusicMaker, then make sure that you have the sound source for the internet and your computer turned on elsewhere as Catooh goes through the internet. I usually have the computer sound turned down or off or through a second set of earphones, and I monitor MusicMaker through an external sound card. I wouldn't hear any sound through from the internet with this set up. Without knowing your setup, I can't help further.

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johnebaker wrote on 2/22/2016, 2:33 PM


To add to John CB's answer - if you have the wrong audio playback option selected in MMM then it will lock the sound card and prevent other programs playing audio.

To ensure that you can hear other audio when you have MMM open you need to change the driver in the programs settings - the option shown in the image below is the one that works for me.



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