Normally while editing audio I use the output from my R0decaster Pro and wear a set of head phones. Today I got a wild hair and thought, “Hey why not use my Airpods to edit?” Something new to do. So I put my Airpods on and ran a quick test. I recorded my myself and listened back. It worked just fine. Next I loaded in the file that I wanted to edit and for some reason the audio would not play. The cursor was moving very slowly and when it hit audio no sound. I loaded up my music player and tested the sound. Everything was fine there. I deleted the track I was working on and reran the audio test I did earlier. Everything worked. I have no clue as to why. I turned on the audio interface, loaded up audacity, and loaded up my editing project again. No problems.
Question: Can you not edit files while using blue tooth headphones or specifically Airpods?
My Set up: MacOs Monterey 12.3, Audacity 3.1.3, Airpod Pro latest firmware. The file was a large WAV file about and hour and a half in length 44.1k, 16bit.
I look forward to any questions or Comments