Some users have experienced some glitches with their audio interface after upgrading Liquid Rhythm to another version. This could be caused by previous audio preferences set during a prior install of Liquid Rhythm.
To fix this issue, you can delete the files that hold the audio preferences for Liquid Rhythm within your system. Please note that these audio preferences files hold only information relating to external audio interfaces. Deleting these files will not affect your computer; they will be recreated as needed.
- Turn off your DAW and unplug your hardware.
- Next, find all Liquid Loops Audio Engine Preferences files (all possible locations listed below), and delete any you encounter.
/Library/Application Support/LiquidLoops Audio Engine Preferences
/Library/Application Support/Liquid Loops Max 8 Preferences
/Users/<username>/Library/Application Support/LiquidLoops Audio Engine Preferences
/Users/<username>/Library/Application Support/Liquid Loops Max 8 Preferences
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Cycling '74\LiquidLoops Audio Engine Preferences Files
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Cycling '74\Liquid Loops Max 8 Preferences