I'm a newbie to the boards here so please forgive me if some of my questions seem jumbled..so to speak..Basically here is my issue..any help/direction would be appreciated.
I have AU 1.5..still my fav and most used and have successfully installed it on VISTA but now Im having some issues with a new computer I have with Windows 7.
When launching 1.5 everything look good. I can open audio files, play them back, use the effects etc.... However when I hit RECORD ( to start recording what I hear off my computer) I get the following message:
! A device ID has been used that is out of range of your system.
An error was generated by your sound card. It may not be properly configured - reinstall your sound card driver, check teh sound card documentation and, if neccessary contact the sound card manufacturer to help you resolve this hardware error.
The Soundcard is a RealTek which came with the computer itself..
Any tips on configurartion etc? it may not even be possible for thsi to work on Win 7 but I just dont feel like blowing $$ on the latest version of Audition when this works fine.
THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP OR DIRECTION!
This has to be a problem with the Windows 7 recording mixer or the Realtek drivers.
Is the Windows Mixer set to have "Stereo Mix" as the default input? If that doesn't appear and you are using a line or other input, is there a jack plugged into that input before you start Audition? Win7 has "jack sensing" which can cause problems with pro audio.
If these are both correct, I'd try looking for different Realtek drivers.
I have a similar problem but is just when i hit record even with the mike off it records a hissss in the background. I updated from XP To WINDOWS 7 32 im using adobe audition 1.5 and is really frustrating any help????? when I had in xp everything worked fine just when I updated it happened!
Download the new Audition trial, make sure it works on your system, and then spend the $99.00 and move on.