I’m having what appears to be a fairly ubiquitous issue on this forum…I cannot get audio to play through my speakers. I’ve looked up several guides for troubleshooting, and these are the steps I have taken.
I am using Asio4ALL, but I do have a Realtek ASIO driver as well…neither one seems to work better than the other but I’ve heard better things about the ASIO4ALL driver so I’m using that one, currently.
Audio ports - I have them set to default (for context, I have standard 3.5mm plugin speakers, plugged into the green “audio out” port on my desktop)
Out: Main Speakers (Default)
Left - HD Audio output 1
Right - HD Audio output 2
My MIDI ports are assigned as:
in: Onscreen keyboard - Onscreen keyboard
in: Yamaha P-45 (Default) - Digital Piano-1 (I renamed this one)
out: External synth - (Not assigned)
out: Onscreen Keyboard - Onscreen Keyboard
I have followed the “Cantabile 3 Walkthrough” video guide on Youtube, and the speaker says that, after verifying that audio is working via the metronome (my metronome DOES work) to use the onscreen keyboard to play a sound through the VST…this isn’t working for me. My keyboard also only plays through it’s own speakers, not my PC speakers. Here is my route:
When I check “MIDI Monitor” for my P-45 keyboard (which, btw, is connected via USB and I did install the Yamaha USB to MIDI driver), it shows input, and then, when viewing MIDI Monitor for the DD Chorus VST, it also shows input. It’s just not OUTPUTTING. I’ve been trying to fix for hours and I feel like it’s a super simple solution, but can’t seem to find. Can you guys please help!