Due to a serious security warning for Macs so I had to do an OS security update. This meant reinstalling my RME driver. Having done this Wavelab 11 will not play back. If I switch Wavelab to system audio it plays back fine, but not when it’s set to my RME interface. The sample rates of the project and the RME are matched. Cubase 12 plays back fine using the RME. Any ideas what could be going wrong? Thanks for any help.
Thanks. There wasn’t a .last file in there but there was an file called “RME ITB.dat” which I trashed. However when I opened wavelab all my previous RME settings were still in place in the preferences within wavelab and it still doesn’t play back.
I also forgot to mention that when I quit Wavelab it crashes, both before and after removing the file above.
When I hit space bar the vertical song position line does not move and nothing plays back. I can move the line manually by clicking in the montage, but it wont move when I hit space bar. If I select the mac’s internal audio in prefs instead of the RME, it plays back as expected and the timeline moves as normal. But not if the RME is selected.
I don’t have an explanation because Cubase and WaveLab use the same audio driver wrapper.
I would therefore recommend erasing the full folder of preferences (/Users/YourName/Library/Preferences/WaveLab Pro 11/)
And restart the computer.
If you have important presets, you can still backup/restore the subfolder ‘Presets’, but only once you have restarted/play WaveLab successfully once.
I trashed the whole user/library/preferences/wavelab 11 folder. Emptied the trash and restarted. Opened Wavelab, It rescanned my plugins. Opened a montage, but same problem. Checked that it was seeing the RME (it was). Press the play button and nothing happens. The timeline does not move.
Since my prefs are reset I’m back to the default behaviour of only one clip plugin window showing at a time. Can you remind me how to allow multiple clip plugin windows to remain open, I can’t find it in the prefs. Thanks.