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Help "List of audio devices changed" pops up and turns off recording from cassette player?

New Here ,
Mar 30, 2020 Mar 30, 2020

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Help please !

I have a USB cassette player that Audition recognises, and records waveform from for a minute or two perfectly then randomly shuts my recording down citing that "List of audio devices changed" which it hasnt? What,s clashing or the culprit please?

 

Im on Mac OS 10.14.6 Mojave running latest Audtion.

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Mar 30, 2020 Mar 30, 2020

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Generally the thing that causes that message to turn up on any machine is active socket sensing, and how well or accurate that is rather depends upon what you've plugged into it at any time. But the weird thing here is that this doesn't apply directly to USB devices as a rule (although I suppose it might be different on Macs, but I don't have one). But I suppose that it's quite possible that on a device that aggregates inputs (that's your Mac) that if anything connected to any of the aggregated inputs changes, then that message would flag up. Even unplugging a pair of headphones in a shared socket could do it...

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Thanks for taking time to reply Steve.

 

I got 5 mins just now, but its flaky. I am not doing anything else on Mac at same time. Trying to transfer some old recordings from 1963 to digital and its a struggle! Might have to stick a Rode Mic in some big headphones!

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Is it a USB Rode mic? If it is, does the same thing happen?

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I unplugged all USBs and turned of all other software. Only have a cheap cassette player that's USB and meant for this exact purpose. (it came with Audacity (lol) which is awful.

 

Longest recording with Audition I got was 14 mins, so just joining them together (groan)!

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