As of recent, I’ve had some issues using Audacity to record. I’m using version 3.0.5 on a Windows 10 laptop. When recording a track from my keyboard or other source, the cursor moves (barely) quite slowly, and instead of hearing the track via my headphones, I’m hearing a buzz-like noise instead. I can see that the track is recording, but when playing back, all I hear is the buzz (and the cursor still moves slowly…snail’s pace).
I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled the software, but the result is still the same. Is it my laptop or the software that’s the issue?
I’m just now getting the chance to see your reply. Thank you so much!
It’s crazy that all of a sudden I’m having problems using the software, and I primarily use it as my quick & dirty tool when I need to get something done quickly without using my regular DAW. If you have any other suggestions, fire away.
To answer Steve’s question, I’m connecting my Casio Privia piano via an audio interface to record music.
Jademan, I just downloaded the new version of Audacity last night. Haven’t tried it as of yet for fear of running into the same issue as previously mentioned, but I’ll give it a shot.
In the “deviceinfo.txt” that you posted, there is no sign of a USB audio device.
Note that Audacity looks for available audio devices on launch. If you add or remove an audio device while Audacity is running, you need to tell Audacity to “Rescan Audio Devices” (near the bottom of the “Transport” menu).