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03-02-12, 09:00 AM #1
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- Mar 2012
sound card sounds a semitone to high
I noticed this when using a music-editing-program. I found that every note was replayed a semitone to high, "C" sounds C-sharp, "D" sounds D-sharp etc.
I also compared my two computers playing a tune on Youtube simultaniously.
the faulty computer played the melody at a higher pith than the other computer.
The sound card is a Realtech Audio HD. The .computer is a ASUS, Windows XP
This problem has emerged recently. Apparently some change has been made to the soundcard, I am unaware of how and when.
I'm most greatful för any suggestions how to solve this.
03-02-12, 09:44 AM #2
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03-02-12, 03:19 PM #3
03-02-12, 04:14 PM #4
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03-02-12, 06:49 PM #5
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- Dec 2007
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Make sure "A" is set to 220Hz if you have any such option. And reinstall drivers.
03-05-12, 04:58 AM #6
What`s the program? Is this the case for any other application? If it`s not, I`d point to the app, not the drivers.