thanks for the upload. Having a look at the data, I now have a clearer understanding.
We have a known issue where under certain circumstances the port mapping information does get lost, i.e. the audio engine processes all the audio but at the end doesn’t know, to which device port to send it, thus no sound.
That this info is getting lost is actually not so uncommon and not the problem as such. The bug is, that once this port mapping is lost, the user has no means of getting this corrected again, so that particular project will always stay dumb.
We had several similar user reports in the past but at first couldn’t get grip on the issue. It is just happened that since yesterday we now finally exactly understand why it happens and what is going on (and of course are working on a fix.)
So I do see that you don’t get any sound out on the project that you uploaded, but how about if you create a new project? I would expect that it does sound?
If not, what is your current driver setting? ASIO4All or Generic Low Latency Driver (GLLD)? In either case, please make sure that at if you open the Device Control Panel, that an output port is active and selected. In case of GLLD you might not get the built-in sound-chip ports listed unless you tick “Allow ASIO host application to take exclusive control…”
If you still don’t get sound out, please post screenshots of the Device Control Panel.
In regards to the the project you uploaded, do you want to continue working on it? I could apply some magic to it and heal it to 99%. You want that?