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    audioplugin is offering Memory-V by IK Multimedia for free FREE Download โ€“ Memory-V by IK Multimedia For a limited time, get Memory-V by IK Multimedia FREE! Memory-V is based on the classic 18-oscillator monster analog polysynth, the legendary Memorymoog. Manufactured from 1981 to 1985, itโ€™s often described as six Minimoogs in one unit! Its timbral palette is nothing short of impressive, capable of producing a huge variety of sounds including strings, brasses, pads, flutes as well as more percussive sounds. VALUE: $50.00 / 100% OFF! https://audioplugin.deals/memory-v-by-ik-multimedia-free-download/
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    6 synths and 9 instruments and 2 effects Some of these things aren't new freebies. A lot of them probably were in the free Kontakt Player and Reaktor libraries. Guitar Rig Player is one of the included effects. Still, the LE versions of Analog Dreams, Ethereal Earth, and Hybrid Keys, plus Kinetic Treats are new freebies You also get Supercharger Get it HERE
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    I had kids and read them Dr. Suess so this gave me a smile.
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    This cracks me up (and it's easily just as good as what counts as a top-10 hit now-a-days!).
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    <taps fingers on empty wallet>๐Ÿ˜ฃ
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    There is no point in having this discussion here. There is no Cakewalk Anniversary Mac Edition. AFAIK, there are no plans for one. There is a thread requesting a Mac version in the feedback loop area. If you wish to continue this discussion, please do so over there.
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    <taps foot at mailbox for ST4 MAX on USB stick to arrive>
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    This sounds more like a soundcard issue than a specs issue. ^^^ What he says^^^ Don't go throwing money around upgrading RAM, New Laptop only to find out your Soundcard is a Hugo. I used to use an I3 intel with 4GB of RAM (my mobile DAW) back when Sonar X1 was released. I had great results. But I also had a USB Focusrite scarlett.
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    This is quite amazing. Already got Syntronik, and this Memory-V (Moog) normally comes as a $50 add-on or as part of the costly Deluxe option. Thanks for this sweet freebie!
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    Hi, Kenny & Everybody in The Good Old Coffee House Crew!๐Ÿ˜€ I'm looking forward to checking out Hired Gun, thanks for the recommendation!๐Ÿ‘ Here's a bunch from Netflix that piqued my interest, I've only seen a few of them so far, but the descriptions looked interesting! As mentioned above, The History of the Eagles was fantastic, as well as the Tom Petty - Damn the Torpedoes at the bottom of this list. I've seen many really good ones were already removed from Netflix. Muscle Shoals about the famous studio, and "Artifact", about the current state of the big label music industry were both really good, and as Paulo mentioned above, Eagle Rock Entertainment's Classic Album Series is fantastic, and I think some of them are available to watch for free on Vudu. I'm still bumming that I missed Sound City before Netflix removed it! Here goes: Currently Available on Netflix (at least in my geographic location): Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child Rush - Beyond the Lighted Stage Foo Fighters - Back & Forth How the Beatles Changed the World The Doors - When You're Strange Metallica - Some Kind of Monster Now More Than Ever - The History of Chicago Rolling Stones - Crossfire Hurricane Bowie - The Man Who Changed the World George Harrison - Living in the Material World Joe Cocker- Mad Dog With Soul John Mellencamp - Plain Spoken Keith Richards - Under the Influence We Are Twisted F---ing Sister Oasis - Supersonic Springsteen And I Danny Says The Other One (Bob Weir/Grateful Dead) Kurt and Courtney Anvil -The Story of Anvil 27 Gone Too Soon SHOT Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Runnin' Down a Dream - Was on Netflix, but now on Youtube: Have a good one guys! Bob
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    https://www.overloud.com/user/download-installers 1.0.0 -> 1.0.2 -------------- - Looper: added possibility to save the tracks to audio file - Cabinet IR: added support for short IRs in WAV format which could lead to a crash - Fixed a hang at startup that could happen under certain circumstances - Fixed: effects now regain full opacity after being dragged - Fixed: dragging a ZIP file that contains only a bank of presets now does not trigger the "Rig Model Library Installed" dialog window.
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    Wow all these years and I never realized Bach was Asian (Jk)
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    My wife left me because she said I was arrogant and took her for granted................ She'll be back.
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    a song about when the person you love, loves drugs more than you. liar any comments or critiques would be greatly appreciated. keep on truckin' folks you never know who's listening ;-) regards paul
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    00Laboratories - Kontakt Acoustic Guitar library $5 ($9.99 after March 15th) https://00laboratories.com/product/acoustic-guitar-library Fingerpicked Acoustic Guitar library as VST and for Kontakt 5 and HISE. The guitar is a Richwood A-20. Intro price until: 15th of March! Sample Libraries as VSTs and for Kontakt 5 and HISE. 30-day full refund policy. If youโ€™re unhappy, fill out the contact form below and we will give you your money back. Description Fingerpicked Acoustic Guitar library as VST and for Kontakt 5 and HISE. The guitar is a Richwood A-20. Sampled range is from D1 to E4, sampling is done for each string until the note of the next string is reached, so there are no recordings of every single note of every string. Soft and Hard dynamics for every note and interval. 5 percussion samples with 6 round robins each. Chord change/sliding noise with 21 round robins. Power chord slaps from D1 to D2 with both soft and hard dynamic layers and 2 round robins. When the Power Slap keyswitch is held down they keyboard range where it is playable will change color. Release samples for every note with 2 round robins. Release samples can only trigger if release time is set to 250ms or lower. Harmonics in range D2 to G4 with 2 round robins. 12-string guitar simulation mode, in octaves up to the high E string. From there it turns into unison. Predictive Playback When this option is enabled the script will add a 25ms audio delay to give it time to analyze the midi notes. If a Major 3rd, Minor 3rd, 4th or 5th interval is played on the D string and above, a real sample of that interval will be played instead of two individual notes. Depending on the order of the notes, a root position major chord could be played as follows: a Major 3rd interval sample + a solo 5th sample. a 5th interval sample + a 3rd solo sample. a Minor 3rd interval sample + a root note solo sample. Example Tracks These example tracks only use the AG-20 library. https://00laboratories.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/AG-20_RT_demo.mp3 https://00laboratories.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/AG-20_example_track_2.mp3 Minimum System Requirements The standalone AG-20 VST DLL requires a 64-bit computer (x64). Kontakt 5 instrument requires full version of Kontakt 5.8+. HISE instrument was built with HISE 2.0 build 650 (see instrument source code on GitHub). Size Information 497 samples. Kontakt: 407 MB size on disk. VST: 170 MB samples, 11.4 MB VST.
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    Here you go... (He he, thanks, Hans!)
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    No he is old and can't hear. So to him he is talking normal volume ๐Ÿ˜‰
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    Dude next time supply us some ear plugs ๐Ÿ˜
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    Of course you would know! Now I'll have to study up and try to figure out the whole Credit/Jam Point thing now...
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    Yeah, the image is easier to read but it was pretty obvious from the uploaded image what was going on by the track icons. The MIDI track is currently pointing to the MS GS Wavetable synth. That was the only part that I could not make out. You need to get the MIDI data in that track pointed to the soft synth. There are several solutions provided in my first reply and the reply immediately below mine. If you find yourself working with a lot of MIDI files and do not use hardware synths, you may want to disable all MIDI output devices. Then opening MIDI files in CbB will automatically use TTS-1 the GM soft synth bundled with CbB. As a rule, avoiding the MS GS Wavetable synth is a good idea. You still need to add an additional audio tracks when replacing one of instruments in TTS-1 with a different synth but the routing will be a little more obvious.
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    I use instrument tracks almost exclusively. Even if a VSTi is multi-timbral, I'll usually opt for having separate instrument tracks and accept the overhead of having more than once instance of the VSTi running. My reasons are: I can easily swap out one synth for another on a per track basis I only have to worry about one track instead of two and I can freeze them separately if needed.
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    The UAD plugins run on their own proprietary cards.
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    Wasn't Kinetic Treats a holiday giveaway a few years ago?
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    I think it's great. Particularly the multis. I think the synths sound great. Unlike the Arturia V collection, which lets you combine two synths, Syntronik lets you layer 4. It also has a lot of effects derived from T-RackS and Amplitude Plus, IK has updated this a lot and offered free samples and patches. The Deluxe version is not really worth it IMHO. It only adds a few synths, and one of them Memory V, has just been offered for free.
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    Agreed... but not running Win10. If you're left with 1.5GB RAM (or less depending on how well it's optimized), that's running super lean. It wouldn't take much of anything to get the machine hitting the VM Swap-File (and that'll kill performance on any machine).
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    Frank, so you can find around many such self-fathers Count me in. I am also preferring older look. I don't want to recall again look of looper which in TH-U is probably ugliest thing ever Well, I would say some elements from TH2 for me looked ways better. No mics hanging in air, They were mounted on stands.
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    Hi Wookie, A very enigmatic and moody instrumental piece to my ears with plenty of changes to maintain the interest. Thanks for sharing. Good Job! regards paul
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    I donโ€™t feel abandoned but I have lost that lovinโ€™ feeling. See how I did that. A subtle but necessary change of topic.
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    Hi SPAK, Love the cool reggae feel to this track and the enigmatic vocals throughout. You have great lyrics which with the sound of your vocal hold the interest throughout. Thanks for sharing. Good Job! regards paul
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    That happened to me and now I have more plugins than I will ever need. I miss my voucher and then I don't. All that needs to happen now is Waves starts the $19 plugins.
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    I think youโ€™re starting to look like your father more and more.
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    I live in the San Fernando Valley and it just started snowing...
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    "If it weren't for Mendy you'd still be irrelevant". Ouch, that hurt! ๐Ÿ˜›
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    At some point we're considering adding resampling on the fly to allow for running projects at different sample rates. We already do this for plugin upsampling so its technically feasible.
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    I don't look back since I got Superior Drummer 3.
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    It is consistency --- of course. You are constantly putting out such good stuff.
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    Always use them here, both in Cakewalk/Sonar and now in Studio One since they added the feature in v4 (was in v3 but weak compared to Cakewalk). I did a video years ago that is still on my personal website to show what they are good for and why to use them. A few callout benefits to me are: 1. Seeing your kit parts grouped together (snares, cymbals, etc) 2. NOT seeing a bunch of blank space where there doesn't need to be any (notes that have no data recorded to them don't need to be shown) 3. Being able to put the mapped notes in any order for simplicity of viewing rather than based on the order they appear in the note list 4. Being able to easily see the relationships between sections of a song, similar to #1 above. 5. Being able to split the midi notes out to different parts on different instruments - like snare to Addictive drums and other kit pieces to hardware, like Vdrums. 6. Knowing that your recorded midi is always going to look the same, regardless of where you are going to port those notes. And others. Can you tell I like them?
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    There's an upstairs? Why? Oh yeah, I forgot...
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    Hi Moxica, Great cover + excellent video, love the mellow enigmatic feel to it. Thanks for sharing. regards paul
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    Could use the Matrix View to loop the original 8 bar clip then while the Matrix View is playing the original clip record on another track. Here is one way to do it... Assume the original 8 bar clip is on track one. Make sure CbB will loop the clip as expected. To do this, turn the clip into a groove clip by selecting it and typing CTRL+L. The clip should completely fill all 8 bars. If it does not, open the clip into the Loop Construction View and adjust the beat count until the clip fills all 8 bars. May want to rename the clip in clip properties and drag it to the browser saving it for future use. Create a new audio track (track two) Open the Matrix View Drag the clip from track one into cell(1,1) in the Matrix View, set the row to play on track two and set Follow Transport on. Click on the clip in the cell. The clip should be flashing. Archive track one Create a new audio track for the new solo and set the track up for recording Start recording The 8 bar clip in the Matrix View should play as long as the transport is running.
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    I also recommend "Sound City". I watched it on a DVD from the library and my stereo (attached to my TV) never sounded so good. My contribution: The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years by Ron Howard. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2531318/ They were so good live it is unbelievable.
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    I Dream of Wires https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3636334/videoplayer/vi2484253465?ref_=tt_ov_vi
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    Here is my ever evolving studio. Made the desk in 1988 and have been carting it with me for some years. Finally reduced down to 1 full rack for processing sound and a half-rack for generating sound. Cakewalk since 2002
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