If you receive a Silent Buses Detected message after loading a project, it is simply indicating that a track or bus in your project currently has its output assigned to None. This means the audio from that bus or track will never make it to your audio hardware, so the result will be silence.To correct this, in most cases you can simply re-assign the track/bus output from None back to your audio hardware. After re-assigning the outputs, verify playback and resave your project.If there are not other audio devices listed besides None, this indicates that Cakewalk has not been properly configured for use with your audio device, or your audio device is simply not present. In order to assign the output of a track to your audio device, it must be configured properly. To rectify this, please visit and follow the configuration instructions for your device.
Tip - Searching Documentation
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Note - Using Offline Help
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