Hi guys, I wonder if any of you are having the same problem and if you would be able to help me out a bit.
I’ve been making music by creating tracks on with a notation software, exporting them as .wav and importing them onto Audacity for EQ and reverb editing and other stuff, and there had never been a problem. This morning I opened up Audacity to continue making music and realised it sounded a bit off, then I tried closing the Audacity window WHILE I was playing the tracks, and a second later the sound quality went back to normal. When I opened the window again the weird sound quality was there again, and I need the original sound quality for editing my tracks. I tried reinstalling my audio driver to no avail (it’s Realtek High Definition Audio). I would describe the weird sound quality as being muffled, somehow bassy and not as “wide” and echoy.
In fact this always happens when I play my compositions through different audio players like Foobar2000, Groove Music and even the classic Windows Media Player, and it has never happened on Audacity before. As soon as I close the audio player windows the sound quality goes back to normal, I would’ve done that if I hadn’t had to make music INSIDE the program. This is bugging me a lot…
Please help!!! Thank you!!!