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  1. 5 points
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1356812-REG/izotope_10_rxe_rx_elements_audio.html $9.99 for next 14 hours Note current version is RX Elements 7, this is v6 you will receive RX7 Elements license Product Highlights For Music/Post-Production Video Editing For Use in DAWs and NLEs Plug-In & Standalone Operations 4 Plug-Ins from RX 7 & Spectral Editing Spectral Repair De-Clip & De-Hum De-Click, Voice De-Noise Offline Editing of Gain, Polarity & More AAX Native, AudioSuite, RTAS, AU, & VST Mac OS X, Windows
  2. 5 points
    Got it with Mercury. I think it's the first "free" plugin I've gotten out of the deal (Sibilance I got the give away version so it doesn't count). Played with it for an hour or so. It's kind of painful to use really (Waves needs to get on the resize bandwagon). Cubase and Cakewalk both have everything in the mix console views to cover what this does for workflow. So I guess that leaves the sound. As the SSL desk/console sound I think I like Scheps Omni Channel better.
  3. 3 points
    Studio One 4.1.3 is available now! Studio One 4.1.3 is a free maintenance update for all Studio One 4 users and includes a variety of improvements. Click “Check for Updates” in Studio One’s Start Page to get it! Support for Studio USB-C Series audio interfaces FX Sends are now visible by default on the console In case you missed it... we also recently released 4.1.2, which included the following updates: AAF Import/Export now supports volume automation AAF Export is now compatible with MOTU Digital Performer 9 (using legacy mode) A safety query has been added to the “Reset recent songs list” function Saving versions of a song is now more flexible with added control over how they affect the original song The song key signature is now included in the song meta data Quantize macros have been updated Multi-touch support now prevents “Mouse-as-Pointer” emulation for Plug-ins Time-stretching events in Arrangement is now reflected in the Audio Editor Click below to learn more and check out the latest release notes for a full list of fixes and improvements. http://blog.presonus.com/index.php/2019/01/22/studio-one-4-1-3/
  4. 3 points
    Of NOTE Note: This download is eligible for a free upgrade to RX 7.
  5. 2 points
    Boston Flowers 90's Cakewalk spirit::. [version 2021.04] Give it a chance! Click to DOWNLOAD::. Give it a chance! Click to DOWNLOAD::. Also, don't miss new Deep in Lab theme:
  6. 2 points
    Overloud TH-U Overloud announces TH-U, the evolution of the multi-awarded TH3 guitar amp simulation plugin. The product will be released on February. Customers who purchased TH3 Full after Jan 7th are eligible for a free upgrade to TH-U Full. What’s New In addition to the models available in TH3, TH-U includes: 15 new amplifiers, including the Superlead and Superbass models, Polytone jazz amplifiers and DVmark Triple 6 head 14 new cabinets Rig Player, reproduces profiles captured from real rigs with the R2M (Rig To Model) technology Amp Tweaks, mod amplifiers by customizing pre and power tubes A Shimmer Reverb and a Shimmer Delay An improved and redesigned Cabinet IR module A new multitrack looper Search function on the preset banks Rig Player TH-U is able to load rig profiles created by sampling real setups. The Rig To Model (R2M) proprietary technology allows Overloud engineers to sample and capture the response of an entire rig, including the nonlinear and dynamic response of the amplifier, the cabinet, the microphones, the mic preamplifier and the room sound. Rig To Model technology allows to capture both analog and digital setups. The Rig Player, integrated into TH-U, allows to reproduce any nuance of the sampled rigs. Overloud is currently sampling artist rigs and will release expansion libraries of them later. Amp Tweaks Thanks to its innovative dsp technology, TH-U features a new panel which allows to change the pre and power tubes models, as well as to simulate the action of a variac. This allows to mod any amplifier model with an almost limitless combination of tubes and opens the product to new sound capabilities. Learn more at overloud.com/thu
  7. 2 points
    This is a killer deal! https://www.jrrshop.com/izotope-music-productionsuite-upgrade-advanced iZotope Music Production Suite 2 Upgrade from Any Advanced Product $209.16 in cart with coupon: GROUP MSRP $499, sale price without code: $249 A collection of over thirty industry-standard plugins that interact across your session and provide time-saving assistive features, innovative new workflows, and cutting-edge visual analysis tools.
  8. 2 points
    Run Waves Central to update Many have been updated...some to 10.0.58.60 Many to 10.0.58.61 Many to 10.0.58.62
  9. 2 points
    Looks like Eventide updated their VSTs on 9/28 Change log: 3.4.1 Updated installer to automatically place plugins in the correct filesystem location, without prompting (where applicable). Individual download links: 2016 Stereo Room https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/2016-stereo-room-native-windows-2 https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/2016-stereo-room-installer-mac Blackhole https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/blackhole-native-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/blackhole-installer-mac H3000 Band Delays https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/h3000-band-delays-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/h3000-band-delays-mac H3000 Factory https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/h3000-factory-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/h3000-factory-mac H910 https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/h910-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/h910-mac Octavox https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/octavox-native-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/octavox-installer-mac Physion Installer https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/physion-installer-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/physion-installer-mac Quadravox https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/quadravox-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/quadravox-mac SP2016 Reverb (Win & Mac) https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/product/12013/installers TVerb https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/2016-stereo-room-installer-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/2016-stereo-room-installer-mac Ultrachannel https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/ultrachannel-installer-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/ultrachannel-installer-mac UltraTap https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/ultratap-installer-windows https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads/ultratap-installer-mac or All downloads: https://www.eventideaudio.com/support/downloads
  10. 2 points
    Isn't it what ProChannel is all about? I chose Sonar for this functionality. Obviously CLA plugins sounds somewhat different, but I prefer the workflow of the ProChannel. It's so genius! BTW, did anyone notice that Chris is talking to me?
  11. 2 points
    $56.65 with the YNY23 Code
  12. 2 points
    haha that cd wav grab makes my ears hurt just looking at it!
  13. 2 points
    It doesn't matter. The stair-steps are one way to interpret a series of values on a graph. But the lines between the points are imaginary and don't exist in reality. We are talking about pulses with a certain amplitude, taken at a constant time interval. Think a series of lollipops with equal distance to each other, where only the length of the stick varies. This has implications, because it means that as long as a signal contains for example no frequencies above 20 kHz, it doesn't matter if it's captured at a pulse rate of 44.1 kHz, or 192 kHz. The reconstructed signal looks identical. There are no stairs that get smaller at higher sample rates. It has nothing to do with dither, which would only be relevant to the lengths of the lollipop sticks, not the (imaginary) information between them. The zero-order-hold (stair stepped) representation of digital voltage sampling is maybe one of the biggest reasons why people think analog is somehow intrinsically more clean/continuous than digital audio, when in reality even the cheapest AD/DA chipsets beat practically any analog recording medium in terms of noise and lack of distortion. This is why when you right-click a WAV or AIFF file in Windows, you'll be told that the file contains PCM data, where PCM stand for Puls-Code-Modulation. By the way, I voted 96 kHz because I made a few tests and came to the conclusion that I can substantially mitigate aliasing artifacts when using heavy distortion. As the final delivery medium I'm completely content with properly band-passed 44.1 kHz.
  14. 1 point
    Shreddage 3 Stratus FREE Our newest FREE sample library is a Shreddage guitar! The ultimate free electric guitar instrument for Kontakt is here! Based on our wildly popular Shreddage 3 Stratus library released last year, this FREE edition includes all the core features and sounds from the full version for the low cost of $0. We created this instrument to give ALL Kontakt users a truly high-quality free guitar, whether they're hobbyists, students, aspiring professionals, or simply on the fence about investing in the full version. Shreddage 3 Stratus FREE includes: One pickup (neck) out of three All dynamics, round robins, and up/down strokes Sustains, palm mutes, chokes, and release noises Fingered vibrato included Three octaves (12 frets) of playable range across 6 strings All other editing and tweaking controls from the full version TACT 2.0: Map and trigger every articulation any way you want CONSOLE: Modular FX rack & mixer with 30 modules The free download is available now for Kontakt 5.7. Please note that the full version of Kontakt is required, not Kontakt Player. Hear Demos and Download It Now!
  15. 1 point
    Hope it's Ok to post this here... if not, feel free to publicly flog me I decided to brush the brain dust off my C++/COM/UI programming and write some plugins for Cakewalk... The first (little) one is a MidiFX plugin called CSHumanize... because randomization is easy It's basically a replacement for the CAL script "Humanize" with a couple minor enhancements. It's free and available at my new, hastily set up site http://viramor.com if you'd like to test it out. It's 64-Bit only, but if any of you CAVEMEN still using 32-Bit OS's are interested, I'll compile a version for you. Yeah, I know you can add randomization with the Quantize plugin, but this one's a slightly different shade of blue
  16. 1 point
    Mid Side Bus Splitting - Cakewalk BandLab I posted this in the other forum a while back, though Id post again here for any new users. I`ve made a video on how to split your master bus into M/S. If using Sonar you can use "Channel Tools" If you don`t have Channel Tools then you can substitute it for Voxengo MSED using the same technique 🙂 You can download template attached below... MidSideBussSplit.cwt
  17. 1 point
    My take on the song by the great Jimmy Dean (Original 🙂
  18. 1 point
    Just wanted to wish the whole Cakewalk and Bandlab group well wishes for a great NAMM show. Go break a leg😉
  19. 1 point
    Login to Waves, then in your account click "Get Latest Version" this will put updated version in Waves Central. Reactivate Mercury. Just installs new plugin, unless you didn't update yesterday then it will update a few other plugs too.
  20. 1 point
    MVP and Groove have tutorials. There's also Seamless Channel on youtube. It's actually easier than it looks.
  21. 1 point
    This is one of the reasons I will stop using Waves. I don't have quirks like this with other plugins.
  22. 1 point
    Thanks Larry. After updating my Waves plugins the Waves license files could not be found (as reported during the CbB scan at startup). I keep the licenses on my C drive and Waves Central showed that they were there. Anyway, using Waves Central I moved them from C to the cloud and then back again from the cloud to C and they now scan fine. 😕 Go figure.
  23. 1 point
    That's because you can unmute it any time during playback and most probably be wanting to hear the immediate effect. To stop streaming a track you will have to archive it.
  24. 1 point
    My favorite episode is "Born to the Purple". S1E3.
  25. 1 point
    Lovely, so paid upgrades for anyone who bought in during the holiday sales. Hopefully the pricing is reasonable.
  26. 1 point
    Babylon 5 and DS9 were aired at more or less the same time, and as they were both based on space station were easy comparisons. I much preferred B5 at the time. The first few episodes were not that easy to get to grips with, but once I'd got into it, it just got better. There were always multiple plots at various levels going on. I don't know if you noticed, but all the station commanders had the same initials (JMS) as the show's creator.
  27. 1 point
    Absolutely love this 👍 Still two of their best libraries. So much in there (and more than in their Hollywood libs).
  28. 1 point
    For me, ST i too much political correctness. Babylon 5 was so much better in that way. And the music is way better too. B5 is just better. I boutht the box sett of SG1 recently. I havent started watching it yet. That was also better than the PC ST in my mind.
  29. 1 point
    Such an amazing synth. Takes time to get your head around it, but it is amazing. There are extra patches in the Image Line forums as well.
  30. 1 point
    I posted in the following thread on Nov. 30, 2016: http://forum.cakewalk.com/XTouch-alternative-to-Lexan-overlay-m3520013.aspx labeler tape (1/2", WHITE ON BLACK)... it took about 30 mins...
  31. 1 point
    Good heavens. When did computer users become such nervous nellies? I guess it was the onset of GUI's. This idea that "Microsoft didn't include a big colored button and a Help file to tell me how to do it so it must be a license violation or downright immoral." When I first got a computer, the only way to install things, even run them, even use them, was via a command shell just like the one I used to enable the Group Policy Editor that was already installed on my Windows 10 Home system. Windows 10 Home comes with a feature, and I can turn the feature on or off if I want, even if Microsoft doesn't give me a nice Fisher-Price GUI to do so. There are certain features of Cakewalk that require editing of a raw text file to enable and configure. Having to enable or install features from a command shell happens all the time in other OSes such as Linux. I know of nothing in my Windows 10 Home license that says I mustn't enable Group Policy Editor nor disable realtime Defender scanning. If anyone can cite language that states otherwise, I will stand corrected. Besides, I think people should "walk on the wild side" every once in a while. Back when upholstery had those tags that said "not to be removed under penalty of law," I used to just rip them right off and gleefully toss them in the trash. I got away with it, too. They never caught me. I don't know if there's a statute of limitations on that, and you know what, I don't care. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time, and I'm prepared to pull a stretch for the tag-rippin' I did in my youth. I had my fun.
  32. 1 point
    Professional-looking. Eager to try it out.
  33. 1 point
    Also, it would be nice to be able to add folders WITHIN folders. How about a +1 for that 😀
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  35. 1 point
    Thank you BandLab. On my machine, the Plug-in Manager is about 100 times faster loading up the plug-ins. Nice job, thanks a lot! 👍
  36. 1 point
    I'm still using SONAR Home Studio 6 on an XP machine, but I do have CbB on a W 10 computer and know eventually, I'll have to make the move to it. But for what I do (recording myself, audio and MID, plus a little editing) it won't be a huge jump. It records just fine. All the extra geegaws it comes with will just be gravy. Mastering is beyond my ken. Well, beyond my ability to hear what I'm doing.
  37. 1 point
    Peavey Revalver 4's ACT technology has been around for a while and already does this kind of thing (albeit without the tweakability of BC Re-Guitar). You play some notes in to model your guitar tone (the "input" model), then select the output model. They've a fair selection available: https://revalver.peavey.com/store/input I've used it to match the tones of a real guitar and a VSTi guitar (Shreddage 2). In other words I model both using their own instances of Revalver, using the same output model. It sounds like the same guitar playing both parts.
  38. 1 point
    I started with CdBaby when Derek Sivers ran the place & it was great. I used to sell cd's back then & make money. Today I only use them for digital streaming & downloads. The plus for them is there's no annual fee. Here's a guide if you're not familiar the different distribution services. Ari's Take There's BandCamp too, I used it for a while but didn't get much traffic or sales. YMMV
  39. 1 point
    PSP's reasoning for ilok was due to their troubles with MacOS (eyeroll): "Authorization and copy protection is a pain not only for every legitimate user but also for us - developers. For the last couple of months, problems with our in-house authorization system has been our main cause for support requests, especially on macOS. It seems every OS update brought us new hassles and headaches. We are not a large company with dedicated support staff and programmers who just deal with authorization code; it was getting to the point that trying to keep our authorization system working was taking time away from PSP Audioware’s real mission: developing professional audio processors. We went looking for what technology is out there that other audio plug-in companies are using. The undeniable truth is that a lot of audio companies use PACE technology successfully. They’ve improved the speed at which they support updates to Windows and macOS considerably over the years. Many professionals in the audio world already have iLok accounts with hundreds of licenses that they use without issue so choosing PACE seemed the most seamless and trouble free option."
  40. 1 point
    This theme is beautiful. Really looking forward to it.
  41. 1 point
    It's Tarilonte...kinda speaks volumes
  42. 1 point
    recording/mixing/mastering my "music" is not going to help it at all... Of course that's just me being negative so that you all go check out my shit and make a purchase. have a nice day
  43. 1 point
    The only thing the DAW needs to do is play back video. That's about it. You render out a low resolution reference video to load in the DAW for timing, but the AAF is used for moving the Audio Timeline between DAWs, NLEs, etc. Cakewalk plays back the video fine 😉 Adding AAF support has literally nothing to do with the video capabilities, because the current video capabilities are more than sufficient and - therefore - non-factor in regards to film post production. The problem is that it's impossible to get the Audio Timeline from most NLEs to Cakewalk because it has no AAF support, and NLE developers aren't going to waste resources implementing OMF support - as it's a practically dead interchange format. That's why AAF is needed... because OMF simply isn't usable for most people. The only NLE that seems to work well with OMF is Premiere Pro CC, and most of those users will just use Audition (unless they're working on something higher budget, where Pro Tools is fairly de facto). Outside of that, the need to round trip to a DAW is lessening as more NLEs are incorporating the functionality needed for Audio Post. VEGAS Pro was way ahead of the curve, by virtue of its heritage. Resolve 14 added Fairlight to that DAW. MAGIX's NLEs are also pretty good with Audio, in addition to round-tripping natively with their DAWs (i.e. Video Pro X <-> Samplitude Pro). AAF is necessary, otherwise the time you waste trying to move things around manually is going to cost more than the retail price of a DAW that actually does support AAF; and you'll eventually start losing money doing it "the hard way."
  44. 1 point
    Lol, I screwed that one up! Thanks for the correction. It didn't quite look right, now I know why!
  45. 1 point
    Which thread do I ask a question about non Cakewalk hardware ?
  46. 1 point
    back in the old forum i suggested that moving to the new x-series gui was a missed opportunity to introduce scalability (vectorised rather than bitmapped) to the gui, and noel responded that i might be surprised with upcoming changes, but then it all went pear-shaped... so you never know (i looked but couldn't find that post)
  47. 1 point
    Make sure Mouse Wheel Zoom in the Track View Options menu is set to zoom At Cursor rather than At Now time. Personally, I prefer to set the Now time where I want to zoom, and then zoom on the Now time.
  48. 1 point
    So basically it would be an alternative mini UI with four sliders? I guess the actual UI part could be a small bitmap of the "full" PC UI just for visual purposes.
  49. 1 point
    My normal view of the controller lane in the PRV is with "Show Multiple Lanes" disabled. If you have multiple controllers on a track, the Key/Pitch part of the pane lists the controllers you can click to display that particular controller's data. If would be handy if you could hold down a modifier key (Like SHIFT, CTRL or ALT) while clicking on another controller to add that controller's data to the controller lane. For instance I might have many controllers in a given track, but I only want to display the lane for Volume (CC7) and Pan (CC10). While I know I could just select "Show Multiple Lanes", I sometimes use up to 20+ controllers per track, so enabling this would make the controllers uneditable. I would only really need a few visible at one time.
  50. 1 point
    I stumbled upon this today. Worth a watch.
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