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    This was probably been mentioned in the old forums, but it will be really cool to have Visual Clip Gain, where the waveforms of the clip increases/decreases based on the amount of gain applied to the clips. This will really help with editing stuff like ghost notes for drums and stuff.
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    Hi Folks I have been hanging around the original Cakewalk forum for some years but this is my first post here. Here's an original song, written and recorded by me entirely in Cakewalk by Bandlab. Nits and crits welcome.
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    Just testing a post really, but this a song of mine I'm kinda proud of ... with its very personal lyrics!
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    Here is an image of my tuncury light green theme. It may be found on my google page along with a variety of CbB related materials and utilities. edit: updated for 2019.01
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    All: For me this all started with a CompuServe Account and the Cakewalk discussion in that service. Glad to see we're all still around and making music. Best of all the Holidays to everyone and looking forward to 2019. -DonM
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    Hello to everyone here at the new forum. I've been out of commission for a while due to a leg injury which kept me out of the studio and unable to record until recently. I can't tell you how much I'd been itching to get back in front of my computer to write some new songs and use some of my new toys. In this song I used Superior Drummer 3 for the first time, and I ran my bass guitar through Midi Guitar 2, triggering a bass sample from Dimension Pro, something I'd never tried before. It's a song about your favorite narcissist, and can be found here: https://www.bandlab.com/lynn_wilson/build-a-wall-80486 12/28: I replaced the Soundcloud version with an update to my Bandlab version which can be found in the link above.
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    Ilya Efimov Productions Christmas Sale, varying discounts: https://www.ilyaefimov.com/
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    I'm free, just like CbB 🤡
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    test new forum for songs https://www.bandlab.com/fmmfmm/vivid-skys-6f756?revId=9c33ee25-6005-e911-9f2a-00155d77cb96
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    HoRNet Christmas Sale: 60% off every plugin and 20% off bundles https://www.hornetplugins.com/
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    Thanks everyone! Hope you all had a great Xmas!
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    @Starship Krupa Good write up on Mixcraft, sound to me like you have found your second DAW. Noticing you use Presonus FirePods I'm kind of suprised it isn't Studio One considering it ships free, and their starter edition is actually quite impressive to say the least, and the Pro version kind of makes me think they are destined to knock everyone but the strongest survivors out of the box withing the next few years, as they seem to be the only one making some great technological leaps and bounds in all the right directions in the past few years. And doing so basically by listening and learning from what their users want, just as Cakewalk has always done from the beginning. Anyone here still remember 12 Tones Inc. and Grieg Henderhoff? I'd be willing to bet Meng does, as they seem to be like "Brotha's from other Motha's" and or "Two guys who went to different skools together" 😏 I was actually considering moving over to SO 1 during the Gibson shutdown and almost jumped on their $300 cross-grade offer after noodling around with a friends Studio One 3 studio set up running thru an Audio Box 4x4 which I wasn't all that fond of after using Focusrite for so long. I brought over my Scarlett 18i20 gen 2 for a try, and that indeed put quite a bit more "POP" under the hood of SO Pro3 and then he decided he didn't want to live without Focusrite preamps anymore and started to save up to go the Focusrite route. But by the time he could afford the change over, SO Pro4 was released along with the new Presonus Quantum audio interfaces and a very powerful epiphany struck again, and his attitude and life had changed once again. And I must concur, that is one truly super duper Shocker of badazz WORKSTATION to the 12th power!! But is it better then my Cakewalk/Focusrite workstation? Maybe as far as the endgame is concerned, but Cakewalk still rules in the choices and paths you can take in getting there.... But fortunately for all of us concerned, it's humanly impossible to tell, so I'll be staying on the same course. There is NO DAW better then a DAW you are intimately familiar with. And there is no better hardware then newer hardware that can keep up pace with newer software technology.
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    I tried code BORTHWICK to see if that would give me an even higher discount, but that didn’t work.
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    It's great to see the tradition of a Cakewalk forum continuing in a brand new, shiny format Despite all the hype about social media, when it comes to asking questions, getting answers, and starting discussions, forums are the way to go. I learned so much from the original forum, and suspect the learning process will continue here. It's great to see the "regulars" moving in, but hopefully we'll see an influx of new people as well. Great job, Meng!!
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    I have S1 Pro 3 but never use it because I don't like looking at it. Tried Reaper, Samplitude X3 and Mixcraft. None of them made me want to change. The menus in Reaper are too are messy, Mixcraft just seemed like a kids toy version -of a DAW to me. I was hoping Samplitude 4 would bring an updated UI and then I might have been tempted, but that didn't happen. Had a version of Cubase years ago and the customer service was dreadful, so I wouldn't go there again. Bitwig/Ableton/FL have no appeal to me. If Logic was available to PC users I think that might be tempting. For the "industry standard" Pro Tools seems to be quite some way behind the curve at times and seeing as I'm never likely to be in the industry not having it is not a hindrance to me.
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    Don't forget that there are also free versions of Amplitube by IK Multimedia as well as Peavey's Revalver.
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    Hey Bob, sit back and relax and soon enough you'll learn about the Am bass "note".
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    Better staff would be my biggest request too. All these chord tracks and shit can be put on the backburner Lets get serious about staff instead. I was so bummed out when I read Overture was basically offering to give itself away for inclusion with Cakewalk but Gibson made yet another of its bad business decisions. We will see I guess, to me a great staff feature would make the program complete in my eyes. Not sure I am in the majority though, I fear the chord track, click and add crowd will win out. I am only semi serious so dont be upset
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    The one thing that most software companies take for granted is the fact that their users are computer literate...I see evidence to the contrary constantly It would be nice to see an Essentials section with Computer Essentials and DAW Essentials. I've always wondered why no one considered it before. It would go a long way towards heading off user frustration and negativity. For the someone new to computers and DAWs in general it would be priceless! Bill
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    Perhaps they were thinking that Cakewalk is the more general term. That more people would recognize that name than Sonar, which was one of many products over the years.
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    Hi folks, Nice to see some familiar faces on the other side. Hope to see a lot of newcomers in the upcoming weeks now that this forum is open to the world!
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    Time for a change I reckon
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    I started With Cakewalk in the old Cakewalk News Group. Place looks real good. Much better than the old forum. I have already uploaded, (and adjusted!) my profile pic and my cover pic. Good job Jesse and Laurent. Place looks good and clean! Looks like BandLab is about to take off!! Hanging on for the ride!!