[ddots-l] Re: Something Happens In Sonar

  • From: "Gordon Kent" <dbmusic@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 10:37:50 -0400

Some of those built-in audio cards have the headphone out controled separately 
from the windows mixer ap.  I can’t imagine why switching the monitor to 
another system would turn off the audio engine.  I assume you are using a kvm 
switch box for this.  Does the switch box have a power supply or at least a 
plug for one?  You might want to try it with an external supply so that it 
doesn’t have to get power from the computer’s monitor port.  Switching from one 
to another might be causing a surge or something.

From: Annabelle Susan Morison 
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2011 11:57 PM
To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [ddots-l] Something Happens In Sonar

I don't know why, but when I press record, then when I press stop after 
recording, JAWS won't speak to me. Right now, I have both JAWS and my main 
Windows Audio, as well as the music I make, coming out the MOTU. I want to have 
JAWS and the Windows audio come out of the Realtech HD Audio Sound Card, but 
when I do that, I don't hear anything when I plug the headphones into the jack 
on top of my computer's tower. Also, if I happen to switch the monitor over to 
my other machine while recording or playing, the audio engine turns completely 
off. Is there a way to fix it so that the Audio Engine isn't affected when I 
switch the monitor between my music machine and my documents machine? I've 
tried looking at the power options in Windows 7, but that didn't do anything. 
Please help!


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