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    Get FORTE 10 Basic for FREE. Only until Sept. 8th. Usually it is $24. Get the full version of FORTE 10 Basic music notation software! No strings attached whatsoever. https://www.fortenotation.com/en/giveaway/?fbclid=IwAR0TouKUaUiZDbrm8uXlLqmYnCTYpzXGshQoElXBasOf4OWxwWQoOr_a-bE
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    Most likely it's already done....we just have to wait for the big REVEAL!!!
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    Through September 3rd, we usually will give a little "grace" time and end these when the Italian office opens in the morning the next day.
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    I'd throw another $99 in but Amplitube Brian May doesn't count even towards entering. *angry fist shaking emoji here*
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    For their 10th Anniversary Get them here: https://cinematique-instruments.com/pages_instr/page_klang.php Also a 30%-50% off sale
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    Got T-Rack Leslie, 18 to go at least.
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    Sorry, I hope this is better...
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    Should be 70 by now. I'm in! I guess it was just the right time to open up that ARC 2.5 crossgrade I got last year. Oh, dear GAS... 😎👍
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    Someone kick the machine. It's stuck at 71.
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    If this helps, the way I got around the port issue was using an FX Chain see http://forum.cakewalk.com/FindPost/3768664 I have not messed with VCV Bridge in some time but this trick still appears to work.
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    Keep in mind you can also get an additional 25% off using the DigiFreq coupon code: dfq25 And more deals here: http://www.digifreq.com/digifreq/deals.asp
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    This forum alone is a kind proof of their commitment to Cakewalk. Even if none of this were not true, there is no better deal anywhere.
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    Hi Stan, When you open up the Mackie Control dialog, pressing F1 should bring up the help which will take you through everything in detail. However, here's a quick guide: 1. Go to Preferences->Control Surfaces and add a new surface of type "Mackie Control" specifying it's MIDI IN & MIDI OUT ports. 2. Add a new surface of type "Mackie Control XT" specifying it's MIDI IN & MIDI OUT ports. 3. Add another new surface of type "Mackie Control XT" specifying it's MIDI IN & MIDI OUT ports. 4. Click OK, and select "Mackie Control - 1" from the utilities menu: 5. Select the following options shown in red below: 6. Next, click the Configure Layout button (shown in yellow above) 7. At this point the channels being controlled will be shown on your MCU / XT. If your XT are to to the left of your MCU, turn the VPot on your 2nd XT so it shows channels 9-16, and turn VPot 1 on your MCU so it show channel 17 - 24; If your XT is to the right, turn VPot 1 on your first XT so it shows channel 9-16, and turn VPot 1 on your 2nd XT so it shows channels 17-24. 8. Press "Press Again When Done": 9. Finally, give your configuration a name and save it as a preset by clicking the save button:
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    Still can't top the IK group buy.
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    This is a courtesy service to people who bought software from the old Cakewalk, Inc. What is the purpose of trying out Cakewalk plug-ins and old versions of Sonar that can no longer be purchased? The old Cakewalk, Inc. web server, with licensing and downloading engines working, is being kept running as a courtesy for the old customers of the company it used to belong to. It still has ads for the products that Cakewalk, Inc. used to sell. The employees who originally built the server probably now have new jobs and the web developers at BandLab have more important things to do than work on an old server other than maybe keep it patched enough to prevent it from getting hacked/crashing. But it's unlikely that anyone's going to open up the code and change it enough to remove the ads for the defunct products and risk breaking the parts that old Sonar users might need to use to download software. Think of it like a gas station/grocery store where the grocery store part closed down, but if you had a credit card with them, you can still get self-service gas. At some point, maybe the underground tanks will run out and they'll stop filling them, who knows? At some point people are going to have to download all the installatin files for the old program and do the offline registration or whatever. It will not be there forever. In the meantime, don't be concerned about the ghost Internet server. If you purchased Sonar and have your serials, BandLab might have some way of helping you out. If not, there's a really great DAW you can use for free. Maybe someday they'll reissue some of the other Cakewalk software too. Until then, there is so much other free music software. Look in the "Favorite Free FX" thread. In my first post, there are links to 80 plug-ins to try out. I think the name change was a good idea, to distinguish the old program from the new one. I tried the first version of Cakewalk by BandLab that came out and then the next release and the improvement in the first few releases was impressive. Like it or not, Sonar was known for being buggy and crashy. The first version I tried, the transport indicator would get separated from the rest of the program and go cruising across my screen on its own, if the thing went one session without crashing somehow it was unusual. Good idea to distance themselves from that legacy, however it had come about. The current team are slaughtering bugs and doing some good optimizations as well.
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    $59 each on clearance at Musician's Friend The VI Collection includes Arturia Analog Laboratory - Powerful software for analog synthesizer timbres. Whether you need huge pads and washes, fat and punchy bass tones or screaming lead timbres, Arturia's Analog Laboratory is an excellent software solution for all of your analog synthesizer emulation needs. Offers 4,300 legendary classic synthesizer sounds from Arturia's vintage analog recreations, with a unique interface to tweak them all as well as the ability to edit each of them in depth. Arturia Spark EDM - Choose from 30 kits all geared towards electronic music production. SPARK EDM brings a complete and powerful production suite to the Electronic Dance Music producer. Featuring a comprehensive library of 30 kits / 480 instruments and 960 patterns, varying from big room floor filling stormers, to underground tech house gems. Spark EDM delivers the drums, stabs, one shots, and FX that will give your tracks the sound they need to produce dance floor hits. Spark EDM is a complete software package that gives you access to Sparks intuitive workflow, organic sound, using the EDM Library. Cakewalk Z3TA-2 - Analog-style software synthesizer. The legendary waveshaping sound of Z3TA+ (zay'-ta) is back - and better than ever. New filters, modulatable waveshapers, flexible effects, expressive control and a gorgeous interface make Z3TA+ 2 one seriously powerful synth. It's not often that a soft synth can be called a classic, but in the case of Z3TA+ it's definitely appropriate. Used on countless tracks over the past decade, Z3TA+'s distinctive sound has been a staple of electronic artists the world over. D16 Group Nepheton Nepheton contains 17 fully synthesized instruments perfectly emulating the famous 808 drum machine. All the nuances and details of the instruments sounds are captured perfectly. The instruments models are equipped with additional controls giving you possibility to tweak the sound much better. Listen to the audio examples or just download the demo and try it out. Nepheton has a flexible output configuration. Every instrument's audio signal can be routed to any of the 12 outputs. This allows users to further shape sounds individually or in groups via their favourite plug-ins. Gobbler 75GB Plan - File backup and transfer tailored for musicians. Gobbler is the backup, transfer, and organizational tool for managing your media project files and assets. Gobbler solves some of the most frustrating problems that media creators face on a daily basis, without getting in your way or changing the way you work. Gobbler keeps your most important work secure, enables quick and easy collaboration, and provides access to your projects from anywhere with an internet connection. This annual plan offers 75GB of storage and unlimited transfers at 15% savings over comparable monthly plans. Ohm Force Hematohm - Diabolical audio mangling for the audio alchemist. Sometimes, you really need to break the harmonic content of a tune. Better than a ring modulator, Hematohm is a frequency shifter. Behind this easy but gloomy user interface, you'll find a machine that will allow you to triturate the sound more than in your most diabolical dreams. This tool of torture is delivered with a vicious envelope follower, a strong LFO and a delay coming from the forgotten depths. SFX Machine Pro SFX Machine Pro lets you create your own effects from scratch. It's now compatible with 32- and 64-bit VST and AU host programs. Includes: a modular synthesis preset editor, host tempo sync, an output limiter, over 300 presets, including over 50 new presets, and twice as much delay time as SFX Machine RT. Steven Slate Drums SSD 4.0 EX - Updated features in this fourth generation of Steven Slate's EX Drum sampler. Imagine having 25 of the world's best sounding drumkits at your disposal. From punchy tight rock kits, to fat and sizzly vintage kits, and just about everything in between, Steven Slate Drums 4.0 EX takes some of the most essential kits straight from the Platinum collection, and offers them to you at an extremely low price. Sugar Bytes Unique - Distinct virtual instrument with analog keyboard sounds. The Unique synthesizer specializes in state-of-the-art vowel sounds and mighty, mighty analog keyboard sounds. With Unique, it takes just a right click on a control and complex parameter rides with internal and external controllers become a joyride. Direct and powerful sounding oscillators create truly distinctive sounds. Oscillator sound can be transformed to vowel formants in many different ways. UVI Synths Anthology - Incredible collection of vintage synths, comprehensively multisampled. No mere simulations here - thanks to state-of-the-art sampling technology the character and the power of each classic synth is immediately heard. The best hardware equipment was used to capture every detail of these legendary instruments, including the use of tube or class A compressors and equalizers. This library contains over 2,000 presets, using more than 24,000 waveforms - 8GB in total! UVI Tines Anthology - The wonderful legacy of electric piano including eight beautiful models. From 1965 to 2007 these electric pianos have been making waves. Tines Anthology includes a comprehensive retrospective, cataloging the most famous and sweet sound models all in one library. Every sound was captured at 24-bit/96kHz utilizing the best in analog and digital gear to bring you a faithful reproduction of these esteemed machines. Plus, a number of vintage modeled FX are available to further customize your sound, including: speaker simulation, drive, chorus, phaser, spring reverb, tremolo, autopan and more. XILS Oxium Oxium is a performance oriented synthesizer, offering both a classic, pure analog sound and modern tones, with awesome real time modulations capabilities, that allow you to play a synthesizer in ways you could never have imagined. Due to its simple and intuitive user interface, Oxium is fast and easy to operate. XLN Audio Studio Grand - Features a classic Steinway Model D concert grand piano. The first choice of many pianists, Steinways are famous for their character and unrivaled sound. The included ExploreMaps offer presets in a variety of styles ranging from open and natural to processed and strange. The variety of sounds makes Studio Grand perfect for both production and stage duties. XLN Audio Modern Upright - Based on a Yamaha U3 upright piano Regarded by many pianists as a modern classic, the Yamaha U3 has a tight and defined tone with an airy ambience that makes it fit nicely into almost any production. Included presets cover everything ranging from smooth jazz with a mellow, warm tone to bright pop with an upfront sound. https://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audio/xchange-virtual-instrument-collection-with-arturia-cakewalk-d16-group-ohm-force-steven-slate-sugar-bytes-and-uvi The Recording Collection includes PreSonus Studio One Producer 2.0 - A creative environment built for intuitive use, speed, and efficiency. Studio One is an integrated approach to recording music, from tracking to mixing to mastering and distribution. It's a creative environment built for intuitive use, speed, and efficiency-and yet it's robust enough for the most complex productions. Antares Aspire Evo - Aspiration noise processor plug-in. Whether you're looking for a touch of breath for a pop ballad or full-on raspy grit for blues or punk, Antares ASPIRE Evo has the power to add the character your vocal tracks need. What's even better is that ASPIRE Evo will affect only the breathiness of your vocals, without otherwise affecting its harmonic characteristics, so the basic character of the performance remains the same. Antares Sybil Evo - Variable frequency de-esser plug-in. Don't let sibilance ruin an otherwise perfect vocal take! Pop filters can only do so much. When you need to remove pesky sibilance from a track, you need the right tool. That's why Antares makes the SYBIL Evo plug-in! This amazing de-esser lets you take care of sibilance issues with precision, so you keep the integrity of the track. This amazing plug-in gives you threshold, attack, decay, and ratio controls. Celemony Melodyne Essential - Award-winning, world-renowned pitch and timing correction from within your software DAW! Melodyne essential is the most affordable point of entry into the incomparable world of Melodyne. Correct and optimize monophonic or rhythmic audio material in the manner only Melodyne allows. Perfect the intonation and timing via macro or in a more targeted way by hand. Transpose, move, or erase notes and copy individual notes or entire passages to different locations. PSPaudioware PSP 85 - Variable sample rate delay plug-in with 60 presets. PSP 85 is the product of PSP's eternal fascination with the endless possibilities offered by variable sample rate delay lines. PSP 85 benefits from aggressive algorithm optimization and adds numerous significant new features while retaining full preset and bank compatibility with the renowned PSP 84 delay. The plug-in comes with sixty wild and twisted new presets designed to highlight its exciting new attributes, in addition to a supplementary bank containing more ‘bread and butter' PSP 84 factory programs. Blue Cat Stereoscope Multi - A unique multi-track stereo analysis tool for mixing and mastering. Blue Cat's StereoScope Multi is a unique tool to compare the stereo image of several tracks in real time. It is the ideal solution for mixing: you can actually see which part of the stereo field every single instrument uses. It can also be used to analyze an effect chain and see how audio effects influence the stereo image of your content. Blue Cat Oscilloscope Multi - Waveform visualizer, helps spot phase and mono compatability issues. Blue Cat's Oscilloscope Multi is a unique multiple tracks real time waveform renderer and comparator: it lets you visualize the content of several audio tracks on the same screen and compare them thanks to its X-Y view. The plugin offers stereo or mid-side channels waveform extraction as well as several synchronization modes. The zooming and precise measurement capabilities let you analyze the waveforms in details, and the XY phase scope view will help you track phase issues within an effect chain or while recording with multiple microphones. Blue Cat FreqAnalyst Multi - A unique multi-track spectral analysis tool for mixing or mastering. Blue Cat's FreqAnalyst Multi is a unique multiple tracks real time spectrum analyzer: it lets you visualize the spectral content of several audio tracks on the same screen with extreme smoothness and high resolution, for both time and frequency. It is the ideal solution for mixing: you can use it as a frequency overlap detector and actually see which part of the spectrum every single instrument uses. It is now also possible to easily compare the spectrum of several instances (for EQ matching or response curve measurement) thanks to the new 'Diff' view which displays the difference between several curves. NUGEN Audio ISL - World class, broadcast quality limiting is an essential requirement for any audio production, and the latest standards also demand true-peak compliance. ISL delivers both, giving you superb sound with complete confidence about meeting the standards. No need to second guess your sample-peak limiter time and again, or deliberately increase headroom to avoid a downstream problem. Just dial in your true-peak limit and let ISL take care of the rest. Ohm Force Mobilohm - Incredible sound shaping device. Mobilohm is a powerful multi-phaser, using 4 oscillators, that sounds unique. This plugin is a must have among your sound sculpting effects. It will really satisfy the hunger of musicians tired of filters, looking for a cool tool to animate their sounds in a new way, from the gentlest caress to full-on swirling waves of sound. Mobilohm is definitely not just another "one phaser" effect. Like the OhmBoyz, it comes with a shock of LFOs that extend its capacities far beyond a simple effect. And you'll enjoy the power of preset morphing and ultra-smooth controls. Magix am|track The notable combination of analog compressor and tape simulation is mainly suited to editing individual channels or sub-group signals. am|track features two completely different compressors, each with its own independent control and sound methods. The tape selection feature enables tape saturation effect to be imitated, which catches soft transients and sends them through the "tape". Magix am|munition am|munition is an extremely versatile dynamics tool for editing groups or signal sums, especially in the domain of mastering. It has separate units like compression, filtering, side-chain, limiter and clipper. Moreover you can edit middle and side signals separately in M/S mode. All modules and parameters are optimized to perform their fundamental functions without any compromises: effective enrichment of the program material without causing bothersome artifacts, a high maximum volume, and an analog control mode with individual sound signature. Magix am|phibia am|phibia is a combination of a tube amplifier and channel strip, that combines a high-quality Opto compressor with a pre and post filter. This means that am|phibia is especially suited for editing vocal and acoustic instrument recordings. This plug-in can be used for achieving pure timbre of any audio material thanks to the built in tube amplifier simulation. Magix am|pulse Percussive and dynamic signals, or rather their oscillation processes, may be edited in detail with this plug-in. Therefore this transient designer is ideal for editing the attack and sustain of drums or string instruments. Moreover, among its other optimization mechanisms am|pulse boasts saturation control and mix function, especially due to its harmonic control mode. https://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audio/xchange-recording-collection-with-presonus-antares-celemony-blue-cat-audio-ohm-force-and-magix The Producer Collection includes PreSonus Studio One Producer 2.0 - A creative environment built for intuitive use, speed, and efficiency. Studio One is an integrated approach to recording music, from tracking to mixing to mastering and distribution. It's a creative environment built for intuitive use, speed, and efficiency-and yet it's robust enough for the most complex productions. Cakewalk CA-2A Faithfully modeled after one of the most sought after studio compressors in history, the CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier puts the silky, smooth sound of this highly desirable unit right into any VST or AU-compatible DAW. Eisenberg Einklang - Eisenberg's first synthesizer following a new paradigm of sound generation. Unlike traditional synthesizers with a set of technical parameters (i.e. amplitudes, frequencies, spectra…), EINKLANG re-synthesizes sounds using instrument models that can be tweaked directly in their musical parameters (i.e. loudness, pitch, timbre…) and also be morphed from one tone color to another -- allowing the user to think in plain sounds rather than mathematical equations and to control EINKLANG with only few musical parameters. The musician can concentrate on musical aspects, while the synthesizer does all of the underlying technical processing. IK AmpliTube 2 Metal - Metal plug-in from Norse terror to American epic. AmpliTube Metal is THE definitive collection of gear for metal players. It features an insane number of the high-gain dream machines that define the raw power, tone and emotion that is Metal, and a mind-blowing collection of rare vintage and modern stompboxes. From the very first iterations of distorted sound to the ultra-modern triple rectifier multi stage cascading gain structures, you'll find the sound you've been looking for in AmpliTube Metal. This is the version of the program. IK T-RackS 3 Deluxe - High-end DAW mastering and mixing suite featuring 9 processors. IK Multimedia T-RackS 3 Deluxe is a DAW mastering and mixing software package consisting of 9 analog-modeled and digital Dynamics/EQ processors. Able to work as a standalone application or plug-in, depending on your needs, T-RackS 3 has all the tools you need to create superb, tube-toned or digital-tuned, mixes and masters. Its rich, warm sound combines new tube-modeled and state-of-the-art digital processors on top of its top-notch analog classics. An added modular chain gives you full control and easy navigation/compare features. T-Racks 3 Deluxe features new complete metering section keeps all the most important variables of your sound under control. Image Line Deckadance 2 - Deckadance totally revisited. Image Line's DJ mixing application Deckadance receives a refreshing update, with a completely upgraded user interface and a host of other new features. In Deckadance 2, you now have the ability of choosing up to 3 or 4 decks to mix from, as well as other numerous enhancements including Smartknobs that let you link a single knob to any number of FX and Mixer attributes, GrossBeat which incorporates 8 user defined FX per deck with programmable and automated glitch, stutter & scratch functions, and a whole lot more. Image Line Groove Machine - Virtual groove box designed with live performance in mind. Groove Machine's power lies in its ability to automate every parameter of the sampler, synth and effects channels on a PER-step basis. Get a groove happening quickly and trigger samples, loops and bars/patterns on the fly from your MIDI controller or DAW software. It's recommended to use a MIDI controller if you want to control Groove Machine live. However, it's still possible to use Groove Machine with a computer mouse and keyboard, just less efficient. Loop Loft The Producer Pack V1 Producer Pack V1 is a bundled collection of our entire catalogue of jazz, world, cinematic, fusion releases. Contained in this bundle: The Art of Brushes Vol 1, The Art of Brushes Vol 2, Odd Meter Grooves Vol 1, Odd Meter Grooves Vol 2, Jazz Drum Sessions Vol 1, Jazz Drum Sessions Vol 2, World Percussion Loops, World Drum Loops, Everything But Sticks, Cinematic Drums Vol 1, and Cinematic Drums Vol 2 Ohm Force OhmBoyz - Delay your delays without delay. More than a simple delay endowed with a variety of features, OhmBoyz is almost an instrument in its own right. For sure, it's an advanced stereo multitap delay, but it also has complex resonant filters, distortion high shelf and a total of 39 LFOs. Somewhat legendary, it remains one of Ohm Force's bestsellers. 4 predelays injecting into 2 nicely geared delay lines, two complete resonant filters, distortion and high shelf. Ohm Force Symptohm - Synth plug-in with massive sound shaping. For those who never go further than switching from preset to preset or can't stand the idea of digging into a complex machine to get the best out of it, Symptohm might not be the best choice. However, for those creatively-minded of you in line with the Ohm Force spirit, here is the sonic equivalent of a goldmine. PSPaudioware BussPressor - Compression plug-in optimized for master bus processing. PSP BussPressor is a compressor optimized for group and master buss processing. It combines the sound of classic VCA compression with wide tuning capabilities. Extra controls allow you to adjust a side chain high pass filter or apply parallel compression. SmithsonMartin Emulator Pro - Limitless customization Create your dream controller interface for any MIDI software. Emulator PRO is currently the only Windows* program with this capability. It includes all standard objects like sliders, knobs, modulation pads, encoders and much more. Best of all, every component is fully customizable. The intuitive editor will have you making your custom interface in minutes. Build from scratch, or choose from our built-in templates and customize all aspects with ease. Sonnox TransMod Native - Control instrument attack, room ambience, and front-to-back placement of instruments in a mix. The Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator Native is an application that allows dynamic level of signals to be modified by the transients in program material over time. The effect is to bring transient events in the program forward, or push them into to the background, such that the attacks of instruments can be accentuated or softened depending on settings. Groove3 1-Year Pass Get access to over 875 hours of world-class training right now, along with the dozens of new tutorials that will be added throughout the next year. Over the past 12 months, we have added 200 hours of totally new content... Fill your brain up! https://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audio/xchange-producer-collection-with-presonus-cakewalk-ik-multimedia-image-line-loop-loft-ohm-force-and-sonnox
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    Are they working on this? Is it going to be re-released in the future or is it abandon ware?
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    I think lighting up the Piano Roll Views' piano keyboard with midi info from the current selected editing track would lend a great benefit for editing. Similar to how a VSTi's instruments keyboard light up to midi input. To go further and use higher contrast to the current selected edit track and lower contrast to other selected tracks. This could be a great addition to quick at a glance note and chord confirmation.
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    Hi, don't know if grantobrien (http://forum.cakewalk.com/Instrument-definition-for-Roland-RD2000-m3788479.aspx) or anyone else is interested, but here is an instrument definition file for the RD-2000 https://github.com/yapweiliang/RD-2000.INS
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    Intro price $29, four effects are free https://www.nembriniaudio.com/products/analog-rack-bundle
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    Where's me rhythm sticks? Ah, there they be! Fresh from Tardis Direct!
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    It would be nice, if the keyboard focus was set to the search field of the browser module, at least when activated by keyboard shortcut. If you don't remember to set the focus, strange effects can be experienced with the subsequent key presses...
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    Thanks a lot for your extensive reply, @JoseC! And really smart ways of using it, including the SysEx trick, I will remember that!
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    I've had that happen to me before...in each case it was because I had the wrong track selected when I invoked the step sequencer. Try closing the SS, create a new MIDI track and then open the SS again. A clip should automatically be created. It's a special type of clip, a variant of a MIDI Groove Clip that can be stretched out to any length you like (your pattern will be automatically replicated as needed). Later, after you're done with the step sequencer, you can bounce the groove clip to create a standard MIDI clip that can be edited in the PRV.
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    There is no demo at this time, but Dancetech did two more MODO DRUM videos, both based on a Queen cover. First is the song, second is the process. These might help get you an idea on the controls and sounds offered.
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    How many of you are the 71 flinching to get that 8th freebie and then join again?
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    Well I went to get the 'buy 4 get 1 free' deal, then tried to add Scott's code in and it would not let me do that. I could only use one code at a time. And using Scott's code got me the best deal. But I held off due to me thinking I could get an 'additional' discount, but could not. [edit] I sent in a email to GM to see if it is suppose to work. Will update when I get some info. [Update] You can not use both codes at the same time. IWO, you can't get one free and use Scott's code at the same time/purchase. But when purchasing one, two, or three pack, or one of the big bundles, use Scott's code. You will get off a good chunk.
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    I know. Now I also know how Kanye feels. So just like he and FEARLESS LEADER, I Am so very proud and impressed by me My next invention may be a moob brassiere or a portable car exhaust grill to hang on your car so the food will be ready by the time you get where you're going. Hickory sticks for stuffing your car exhaust pipes not included and probably time limited
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    OK, just got it to authorize. Had to run EXPOSE the first time as administrator (even though I'm always administrator) and it then accepted the code. Lucky for me I just reinstalled Dimension Pro 1.5 in the last few days and had to do the same thing, which brought the solution to mind. (it doesn't say to do so in the installation instructions, which are for LEVELS anyway)
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    I'd get the Producer Collection just for the Groove3 1-Year Pass alone. Most of the other items are older version of software anyway. With the Recording Collection, I'd buy that just to get Studio One Producer 2.0 and then upgrade it to studio One Professional 4 for $149.00
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    I’ve been sitting on the fence but now with a day to go. Man the only exchange rate is poor. £149.99 = AUD$270 + card fees for the exchange conversion. ~$280 and that depends on whose rate the card issuer uses. Yikes! Here goes.
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    That's correct mate. I love Rock and Metal and I use Cakewalk for my guitar backing tracks. I choose famous classical songs and create Metal Versions out of them. I'm finishing Hungarian Dance No5 now, a very fast (140 bpm) 2/4 classical masterpeice. I'll upload the finished MIDI soon for everyone to give it a try* or, even better, tweak it a little. I believe the best way to learn guitar is to play classical songs. Much better than boring scales and repetitive exersices. BTW I watched your video. Very informative. You should make more of these . * I use MT-PowerDrum kit and a Standard Bass for the tune.
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    Same here and most likely Native Access will harass you if you delete K5.
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    Is that a question ? Your right Automation cant be done on Ext devices. I believe what @scook was talking about was internal VST plug in parameters. All you have to do is turn on automation and move any fader, knob, IE- Value and once the transport is stopped, that parameter is now in the lane/on the clip. No need for trying to find parameters. Once you make automation, they are right there.
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    Its time to upgrade my friend. you can pick up a Focusrite scarlett 212 (1st Gen) used for under 70 bucks. These interfaces have been rock solid (besides some recent driver updates for the 2cnd Gen's). The Cakewalk power station stopped upgrading drivers in Windows 8.1 So Windows 10 would be a no go unless you used WASAPI.
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    Sorry, nothing like that exists I'm afraid. I've seen USB to Firewire adapter plugs on Amazon, but literally all they do is connect the USB pins to Firewire ones. Firewire & USB are fundamentally different protocols, so I can't see how this would ever work, and the scathing reviews on Amazon (including reports of causing irreparable damage to customers' USB ports / motherboards) would also support this. However tempting it may be to try them, please don't. As far as HDMI is concerned, HDMI is for display output. Although you can get Firewire/HDMI adapters, they are essentially graphic cards that plug in to your firewire port. In other words, they're for connecting your laptop to a TV via your firewire interface. They do not work the other way around - your laptop's HDMI port is output only. If you have a PCMCIA slot on your laptop, there are a few Firewire PCMCIA cards out there that will work, but if not you're out of luck. If that's the case, I'd recommend looking at some of the USB audio interfaces out there. The Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 is probably the most popular at the moment and has great pre-amps. The Scarlett 6i6 is closest to what you have already, and there's the 2i4 / 4i4 as well. If you're on a budget, Behringer are worth looking at. The mic pre's aren't great, but the line inputs are fantastic.
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    BTW...the always popular "Xmas Beer Bottles" for $2 will work to get this https://www.pluginboutique.com/products/1775-Xmas-Beer-Bottles
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    I can tell by your screen name and avatar your a guitarist who probably enjoys rock/metal. This is my main gig as well. I write all my drums in the Piano roll. I've tried the SS but I just couldn't work productively. Though I will admit, it was probably me not knowing everything there is to know about the SS. I just get in to a groove using the PRV. Back when I first started using it for drums, bass, exc it would take a whole day just to write a drum track. Now it takes less than an hour. I use a lot of copy/paste, select+drag functions to speed things up. Made this video like 7 years ago, but I still work the same way.
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    There is no need to wade through the automation drop down to set up automation. Enable write automation, start the transport and move the control(s) to automate. Label the automation lanes as needed.
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    This is why people love Sonar and Cakewalk. No one developing DAW software is this dedicated to the people that use their software. Tracking down a bug as difficult as this for so many years seems monumental to me. A sort cold case for a DAW. It was not put into the cold case file drawer but kept active so when a new clue came about it could be fixed. Than this outstanding post by Noel to tell us about it. There has to be a lot of pride in the way Noel and others have done their work. Thank you to all who have contributed to this outcome.
  48. 1 point
    I love you Cakewalk by bandlab. Sincerely, Me.
  49. 1 point
    I’ve been having an odd issue with the TTS-1 since I downloaded Cakewalk. When I first open it and play a few sounds everything is fine, but not long after the program develops an issue with the sound. As I’m playing I notice notes won’t trigger properly unless I fully release a key prior to pressing it again. Some notes have an obvious muted sound to them. I initially thought it was simply a polyphony max, but it happens on a single note. I’m using an 88 key hammer action controller with Cakewalk, and I ruled it out as the problem. When the TTS-1 is acting up, I can select another track and have no issue with whatever VST is loaded to that track. It’s only a problem with the TTS-1. I also tried another one of my keyboards as a controller (Yamaha MOXF-6), and the TTS-1 does the same thing with it. Thx
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