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If it’s so, verify if LoopBe hasn’t muted itself. LoopBe1 has a powerful shortcut detection to avoid MIDI feedback. If a feedback is detected, LoopBe1 will immediately mute its port.
This can also happen when the camera gets to much light. This will trigger a lot of signals, and LoopBe might interpret this as a feedback.
Look in your taskbar for LoopBe’s icon.
To unmute just right click on LoopBe's icon.
You need also to verify if our MIDI settings in Aerodrums havn't changed.
I've experienced both situations in the past. This is all I see what could happen from the Aerodrums side.