@BvonGamez Hi. First of all thank you for sharing your experience with this issue. I’d like to point out that this is a very old issue (3 years) and in that time both Pencil2D and our understanding of similar problems have evolved.
If you or anyone else out there have any kind of sound issue we recommend above all to update to the latest Pencil2D version as the first step in the troubleshooting process (0.6.6 at the time of my comment)
That said your step by step instructions will help anyone that imported a sound in past versions but couldn’t listen to them, even when using the newer versions since the importing procedures and internal formats have changed since then.
Lastly, there’s a small chance that the user originally had an issue with their operating system, since we’ve had similar cases in the past where the user can be missing general audio codec packages or they have driver issues with their hardware.
In such cases we can only provide passing guidance since it’s not a problem with Pencil2D, but in general installing software that comes with general audio codecs (like the free video player VLC or the K-Lite codec package to fix a specific windows issue for older windows versions) and installing the latest sound driver version from the manufacturer of the motherboard sound chipsets or dedicated sound cards should do the trick.