CD Scratch will automatically detect available soundcards and provide you with a selection of your soundcard drivers. If you need to manually configure your systems audio read on.
Windows 2000/XP/Vista users should select the WDM type drivers, unless you have audio problems, in which case you would be best to select the Compat type drivers.
Click the button in the CD Scratch window. This will open the Output Configuration dialog box.
Click the Set button, for the "ON-AIR" output device.
In the Select "ON AIR" Output Device dialog box you will notice a listing of your soundcard drivers.
Select the drivers that suit your operating system, see above for recommendations.
Click the OK button.
Close the Output Configuration dialog box.
To test, play your favorite CD track.
Tip: If you notice any warbles and/or pops when using the WDM type drivers see the How to calibrate the Audio Output Device topic.
Note: For all other audio output related problems please see the Audio Output Troubleshooting section, click here for details.
How to calibrate your soundcard
Cue channel output options
Output Configuration dialog box
Audio output FAQ