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  1. This just happened to me a week ago or so: I have no sound when I plug in my electric guitar. But, gameplay is perfectly fine when I use my bass. All of the knobs on the guitar are set to max. The guitar sounds fine when I plug it into my amp. And, I'm playing with a new real-tone cable.
  2. Hi all, this is the first or the second time I touch EOF. The problem I'm having is that i get absolutely no sound in EOF. No music, no metronome. I can however see spectrogram and waveform, notes after I load them from GP5. Of course other applications work well through default Windows sound mapping. It's Win7. I'm using the latest - eof1.8RC12. Failed to find any output device configuration, any ideas where should I look at?
  3. Is it possible to make a tone in the tone designer that has absolutely no sound at all? I plan on using it in a song I have where the guitar goes silent in between chords; like a DJ sample. If not, is it possible to make changes in EoF to have the volume of the input go down to zero? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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