Nope. Windows does not recognise my USB Bluetooth device…so when I click om “Turn on Bluetooth”…it remains turned off. Grrrr!!!
I guess “BlueSoleil” takes exclusive control over the Bluetooth dongle. Still, it works in Sibelius??
Anyway, let me carry on fighting with my system.
Allow me to explain what I want to do. There are times in Sibelius when I don’t need sound all the time because I’m editing parts or whatever and watch a movie while doing this tedious work. OR…like I mentioned before, I listen a mp3 to notate.
Problem is, Sibelius (and Dorico) takes exclusive control over the driver so if one plays, the other one stops.
So, I put die videos on my iPad2 and plugged an audio cable from my iPad into the blue port behind my PC (5.1 surround). I believe the blue port is “Line In” and it woks, I can hear my iPad on my Bluetooth Earphones. I run a movie on my PC and can also hear the movie on my BT Earphones…except Dorico is silent!
So the idea is to hear two audio software (Dorico and Media Player Plus) to simultaneously send audio to my Bluetooth Earphones. It works on my Focusrite Solo Earphones, but I would like it if it could work on my BT Earphones.
Ulf, notwithstanding your handsome face, you radiate super intelligence! Is this possible.
OK, but your work must come first.