Under Preferences -> Playback -> Audio Device try changing the setting to Adobe Desktop Audio.
Should work then.
How have you managed to be working on Premiere Pro CC? Is it already available? Thought it wasn't out until June 17th?
Thanks for the tip, trying Adobe Desktop Audio and restarting Premire works some of the time! I say some of the time because about half of the time I launch Premire I get no sound. If I quit and relaunch without changing anything the sound will come back. Not ideal but workable, any ideas for what could be causing intermitant sound like that?
And you're right, I'm under CS6 that I downloaded from CC. Sorry for the confusion.
Am not a Matrox user anymore myself.
You may find this useful:
Since then Premiere is at 6.03 and there's been a new version of Matrox drivers released too.
Bear that in mind as you watch video.
the komplete audio 6 seems more problematic than expected.
Preferences -> Audio Hardware -> Default Device -> Premiere Pro WDM Sound causes stuttery playback. I've tried enabling/disableing "Device 32-bit Playback" under ASIO settings and I've also ensured that the buffer size (256 samples) is the same as in my Komplete Audio 6 Control Panel.
Preferences -> Audio Hardware -> Default Device -> Komplete Audio 6 audio playback is fine but if I alt-tab away from PPCS6 the application will freeze as I describe in this thread: http://forums.adobe.com/message/5412540#5412540 ...
I'm running the latest driver/control pannel from Native Instruments (3.1.0) and the latest firmware has been flashed to the Komplete Audio 6 (45).