Hi Julian -
Ok, if the file is 24-bit and that option is enabled then it's not a bit-resolution issue. The next things I'd try would be:
- When the imported empty Region shows up in the new audio track in GB, try trimming the Region (drag it by the lower left or right corner) to see if there's any more audio there than is initially showing in that short Region
- Check the Sample Rate of the file (and the FL session) -- apparently some older versions of GB might have only supported audio at a 44.1k SR; if your FL session is set to 48k (or higher) then the file would likely be exported at 48k. However, GB 10.3.2 here accepts either 44.1k or 48k audiofiles (assumedly converting the SR to 44.1k)
- Try exporting a different audio file from a different FL session (In case the problem is with a particular FL session)
- Try importing a different WAV file from a different source (not FL) -- if a WAV file created in FL won't play anywhere, then there could be something about FL's export function (or that particular FL session)
If an audiofile won't play anywhere then it would seem that the problem is with the file, or with FL's export function, rather than with GB. Those last two troubleshooting steps should determine if that's the case.
- If exported WAVs from other FL sessions work, then the particular FL session may be corrupted
- If WAVs from other sources play everywhere and import/play in GB, but no WAVs from any FL sessions work, then FL is most likely the source of the problem.
Try the above tests and let's see if you can pinpoint the source of the problem..