Using version 1.7, build 537
core on MBPro which is plugged into, via USB, to an Audiolab 8300cdq, which in turn is plugged into a Yamaha Rx-A3080 via RCA cables.
This is a recent problem, may have coincided with update but cannot be sure.
On two albums it refuses to play two pairs of tracks. One one alb um it’s the first 2 tracks and on the other album it’s tracks 7&8. This did not happen before. The files are 24/192khz FLAC. There may of course be more albums but I have 0000’s and can’t go thru them all to listen.
On one of these albums I took the file and using dbConverter made it a 32/384khz album. The problem went away.
I then took that file and turned it back into a 24/192hz file. Back to refusing to play 1st 2 tracks.
The albums play perfectly well in iTunes(the AIFF version) and also in JRiver’s MC and Audirvana so the files are not corrupted.
Whilst I could turn all offending albums into 32/382, it akes a LOT of space, I ought not have to.
Got rid of all files Roon as best as I could, emptied Bin then
re-downloaded Roon and even changed where the Library is stored. It made no difference.
I ought to have said it was a WAV 32/384 version that plays fully. Even a WAV 24/192 will not play same two tracks. Nor will a WAV 32/192.
Is there a way to make sure I delete everything Roon for my MBPro so I can do a complete re-install without my MBP having any residual memory of Roon?
I started my deleting the database. Then I searched fro Roon files and deleted all that showed up.
I recall years go needing to go into the registry of a Windows to
completely clear a program. is there something similar on a Mac?