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Whats up with skyrim sound?
i recently had to reformat ssd, and recover from a failed hdd, and had to reinstall skyrim. Before all that happened skyrim audio seemed fine, but now after playing it for the first time since the reformatting, it seems rather quiet, and only seems normal when sound card and windows volume are set to 100%. On 100% all other games are extremely loud, while skyrim feels like its on 50-60%, which i dont remember happening about 2 monthes ago (since i last played skyrim) i use the creative tactic 3d sigma headset with included usb sound card, and the sound blaster tactic control panel to configure it. is this any solutions to this? i also would like to note that the volume scroll wheel on my keyboard ( corsair vengeance k60) wont work, although i believe it never really worked with skyrim. i also followed advice to enable loudness equalization under enhancements tab (control panel>hardware and sound>sound>digital audio>enhancements tab>check volume loudness equalization. i dont use realtek sound manager, although there was an optional driver install on my motherboard disk (asus sabertooth Z77) but i didnt install it, is it necessary, or is creative 3d sigma control panel equivalent? please help, i love skyrim and would greatly enjoy to play it with immersion.