I tried that, still no sound-
Please choose Help > Create Diagnostic Report in Dorico and attach the resulting zip file from your desktop to a reply here.
I have done that now
Dorico Diagnostics.zip (316.4 KB)
You’re still running Dorico 1.2, is that right? We recommended earlier in the thread that it would be worth trying the Dorico 5 trial version.
I downloaded the Dorico trial version and I thought I was running it but I looked and it turns out I am indeed on Dorico 188.8.131.52
You should see a Dorico 5 icon in your Applications folder. Try double-clicking that.
ok did that, and followed prompts about activation; then when I tried to open Dorico elements 5 I got a message: audio engine process died
Make sure you’re not running two versions of Dorico at the same time!
Yes, indeed, you may need to now quit Dorico 5 and Dorico 1, and then run Activity Monitor to make sure that all the Dorico processes, and also the process called VST Audio Engine, are no longer running; if VST Audio Engine still shows as running, please quit that (select it in the list of processes and then click the circled X button in the toolbar of Activity Monitor). Then try running Dorico 5 again.
I checked the activity monitor, nothing showed, Dorico or VST; I relaunched Dorico 5 and got “audio engine died” message
Perhaps we should try a screen sharing session to try and sort this out. I’ll send you a private message here on the forum.
Thanks , I’d like that but I have to go out for a while. I’ll let you know when I return. Thanks, -Chuck
Daniel, My day got busy and so I hope we might try the screen share tomorrow Tuesday- I’ll check in with you 9:30-10 AM, thanks, -Chuck
Here it is Thursday morning- finally I have time to do a screen share with you Daniel if you have time, thanks, -Chuck
I’ll be available 3-5 EDT for screen share if that works-