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  1. 7 points
    Now for that other level ...
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    Ubiquitous IK Guy - I'm usually really bad with acronyms. Should I be worried that I am somehow understanding Fleer's?
  3. 6 points
    Holy Moly! I could end up with 13 things waiting for me when it's over...IK-RAZY!!!
  4. 6 points
    They're waiting until the last moment possible - so that Fleer doesn't start bugging them to add yet another level...
  5. 5 points
    There is no glitch New tiers announced. Full information here.
  6. 4 points
    Spot on. Even better because it is a holdover from the previous forum, as I'm obviously Peter on the current forum not just "IK Multimedia". I guess I will always be Underwear In Kitchen, Glowing in Fleer's heart.
  7. 4 points
    Definitely get your ticket number to Ryan regardless of the fact that we did end up extending this so you should have no problem. He can have someone look at your ticket htough, if you didn't get a reply within 1-2 business days (note that Monday - yesterday - was a holiday). The counter isn't manually updated. When I say it isn't real-time I mean that it doesn't update with every single registration but is automatically updated multiple times a day. Not yet technically, outside of the differences in this group buy we have gone 10x1 in a previous group buy so the end game of this one is probably the literal way to make history unfortunately. Correct, you need to receive and register your hardware then you get your freebie choices. With the extension this should no longer be an issue though. That's no problem, even without the extension we'd have taken care of you. This as above. You're welcome! Let's get this one to make multiple historical milestones! See above You're welcome. Glad this group buy ended up being quite a great (and soon 100% historic) one. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (Darth Vader voice) At very least, yes that's quite likely But we should be able to make history in the group buy itself too.
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    If nothing else, this will probably make history as the longest thread on this Forum.
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    Apparently not!! LOL!! I spoke too soon!!
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    You fool! Quick man - sign over all your stuff to me! Then you can begin the quest anew!
  12. 3 points
    And I was just about to delete my bookmark to the IKM Pick & Mix Group Buy!! Looks like I will be keeping it for a while!!🥳
  13. 3 points
    He's not a time traveler, but a Deal Finder!
  14. 3 points
    But wait, we didn't finish making the history yet??
  15. 3 points
    New products are not normally included in Group Buys, but we do appreciate your interest in the AmpliTube Brian May collection, and I will be more than happy to pass along your comment.
  16. 3 points
    Dammit. I resisted. Now its really futile.
  17. 3 points
    Is there a glitch or is IK going to extend the GB up to 9 freebies?⁉️
  18. 3 points
    That looks good man. I'm really digging this developer's stuff lately, some of the best sims in the business, would be cool to check his effects out. Pretty sure he makes the Brainworx effects and definitely does their amps.
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    Here's 2 new themes for SI Bass Guitar & Drum Kit based on NI's Guitar Rig GUI. Just ignore the "Whoops!" and click the blue download button. Download Folder SI Bass GR Screenshot SI Drums GR Screenshot si-bassGR.zip
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    Hello everybody , Last night I recorded myself playing one of my Tele's over this weeks Twanger Central backing track . Week 210 . My guitar playing on this song is one continuous take ( no comps or punch ins ) . My performance was my second recording attempt after a quick test run through to set levels and get a rough idea of what kind of chops I had on tap . I had a lot of fun playing over the track and I'm posting this for grins and giggles As always I hope some one enjoys and gets something out of my geetar playing ... Here's the B T for anyone who has an interest in playing over the tune . all the best, Kenny
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    Over several years we have had a few sporadic reports from users regarding plug-in settings being lost when loading projects. We take any kind of data loss very seriously and many people have tried very hard to reproduce this problem over the last five years with no success. I'm happy to report that we believe this issue has finally been solved thanks to the assistance of several testers and end users. I'd like to call out @scook, @Max Arwood, Justin Mitchell, @msmcleod and the other users who contributed to this search for their invaluable assistance and troubleshooting, and for testing various iterations of the fix over the last few months. Max and Justin in particular spent many hours with me allowing me access to remote troubleshooting sessions on their DAW to try and isolate the issue. This ultimately led to isolating some of the issues with Waves and FabFilter plugins. Some background for those interested in this saga: While the actual problems appeared to be related to plugins from certain manufacturers, this is not caused by bugs in the plugins themselves. Rather, it was an unexpected interaction between specific VST3 features and the order in which plugins are loaded in the host. (This specific issue has preexisted since SONAR X3 when VST3 was introduced). The source of the issue with settings lost when loading a project, was a somewhat confusing part of the VST3 spec that allows plug-ins to send parameter changes to the host for delegation back to the plugin. The issue here was that certain VST's rely on this "parameter feedback loop" from the host to update their internal processor's when loading the project, even though the plugin state has been fully initialized by the host when loading the project. CbB/SONAR did not do this parameter reflection step when loading from projects. Without this step, occasionally a few of these plugins would reset their state to their default parameters even though they state has been fully loaded by the DAW. Whats even more confounding is that the reset behavior was not consistent - it would happen randomly, which makes it very hard to pinpoint the root cause. Why this confusing and error prone behavior was built into the VST3 spec is a subject for another debate I will be reporting this to Steinberg since the specification doesn't call out hosts to support this explicitly, and their unit tester doesn't even flag this as an error which should be an easy thing to do. The second problem had to do with loading fxchain presets and prochannel state. There was an isolated bug where Cakewalk's internal state for the plugins parameters could get out of sync with the actual loaded parameter state when copying or moving plugins around. This issue was also addressed. We have sent out test builds to several customers who reported these intermittent issues and they have all reported it as resolved in use over several weeks. The good news is that as a result of this work we've also optimized our internal parameter management for plugins which speeds up loading projects and various operations like cloning tracks and copying plugins. We're very happy to to put this one to rest finally and make CbB even more stable and failsafe! Stay tuned to see these fixes in our next public release. PS: Please note that settings being lost doesn't necessarily imply that its a problem in the DAW. This symptom can be caused by multiple reasons including authorization problems, demo mode or other plugin installation issues.
  22. 2 points
    This update delivers Studio One users’ number one feature request by adding support for Native Instruments’ Komplete Kontrol series keyboards. Studio One 4.5.3 adds several other improvements and enhancements, such as; A Remove Plug-in Settings function for the Plug-in Manager, New commands for Vertical Zoom In/Out Fine, a The ability to apply the Select Notes command to muted notes. Support has also been added for the Apple Notarization service in macOS 10.14 Mojave and 10.15 Catalina. The update is free to existing users and should appear in user accounts shortly or as a prompt when starting Studio One software.
  23. 2 points
    are those the lyrics to a Nirvana song? ++++++++++++++++++++ It's a Group Buy! Is it dangerous? It's too late son It's contagious! You will bought in once now buy another get an Axe i/o as gift for your mother The participant counter got me climbing walls my heart stops every till it stalls I don't know what I'm going to do with my life once that this is through... I know, I know, I know, I know, (what's the count now?) I know, I know, I know, I know, I know I know, I know, I know, I know, I know I know, I know, I know, I know, I know I know, I know, I know, I know, I know I know, I know
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    *** Bad joke alert *** Q: How do you turn a duck into a soul singer? A: Put it into the oven until it's bill withers
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    Just finished boarding up the place and getting ready to ride this out. We're all hoping for the best and hopefully it won't be too bad. Really felt for the folks in the Bahama's.....much prayers needed for them. Will keep chiming in until the power goes out......appreciate the thought and prayers.
  26. 2 points
    Of course some of the themes have customized track icons. For instance, the ones that come with Gran Vista Black & Blue have a certain amount of non-intrusive plastic glare (what else?). Here are the stock versions (upper) and the modified versions (lower). But admittedly no dazzling color combinations. Rather kind of like restrained.
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    UIKG? Not familiar with that one... Underwear in Kitchen, glowing... ? If that's it, I recommend cutting down on those colorful breakfast cereals. Even if they are magically delicious...
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    Check it out HERE Summary: An extensive sample collection of rare and noteworthy drum machines. What it is: Over 50 drum machines, the complete Reverb Drum Machines collection. How we use it: Explore every era of electronic music, with these rhythm composers, preset boxes, and programable drum machines. Why it’s cool: The most significant machines of all time are now at your fingertips. The Complete Reverb Drum Machines Collection Over 50 volumes of vintage, rare, and landmark drum machines that narrate the history of this modern instrument—from the inception of this invention to relevant contemporary devices—this collection covers any and all electronic rhythm needs and sonic character. Vol 01 - Reverb Roland Modded TR-707 Sample Pack Vol 02 - Reverb Roland TR-606 Sample Pack Vol 03 - Reverb Oberheim DX Sample Pack Vol 04 - Reverb Roland TR-808 Sample Pack  Vol 05 - Reverb Roland TR-909 Sample Pack  Vol 06 - Reverb Modded Roland TR-909 Sample Pack Vol 07 - Reverb Roland CR-78 Sample Pack Vol 08 - Reverb Oberheim DMX Sample Pack Vol 09 - Reverb LinnDrum Sample Pack Vol 10 - Reverb Ace Tone Rhythm Fever Sample Pack Vol 11 - Reverb Ace Tone Rhythm Ace Sample Pack Vol 12 - Reverb Boss Dr Pad Sample Pack Vol 13 - Reverb Boss Dr Rhythm DR-3 Sample Pack Vol 14 - Reverb Chamberlin Rhythmate Sample Pack Vol 15 - Reverb Conn Min-O-Matic Rhythm Sample Pack Vol 16 - Reverb E-mu Drumulator Sample Pack Vol 17 - Reverb FG Enterprises King Beat Sample Pack Vol 18 - Reverb Funky Fever Disco Drum Sample Pack Vol 19 - Reverb Guild MG10C-1 Sample Pack Vol 20 - Reverb Hammond Auto-Vari 64 Sample Pack Vol 21 - Reverb Kay R-12 Rhythmer Sample Pack Vol 22 - Reverb Kent K-220 Rhythm System Sample Pack Vol 23 - Reverb Keynote MR-101 Auto Rhythm Sample Pack Vol 24 - Reverb Korg Rhythm 55 Sample Pack Vol 25 - Reverb Korg Univox SR-120 Sample Pack Vol 26 - Reverb Maestro Rhythm King Sample Pack Vol 27 - Reverb MFB 503 Drumcomputer Sample Pack Vol 28 - Reverb Mridanga Talam Sample Pack Vol 29 - Reverb Multivox Rhythm Ace Sample Pack Vol 30 - Reverb MXR Drum Computer Sample Pack Vol 31 - Reverb Nomad Time Turner Sample Pack Vol 32 - Reverb Olson Rhythm Instrument Sample Pack Vol 33 - Reverb Panasonic RD-9844 Sample Pack Vol 34 - Reverb Radel CT-24 Taalmala Sample Pack Vol 35 - Reverb Realistic Concertmate Sample Pack Vol 36 - Reverb Roger Linn AdrenaLinn II Sample Pack Vol 37 - Reverb Roland Rhythm 77 Sample Pack Vol 38 - Reverb Roland Rhythm 330 Sample Pack Vol 39 - Reverb Roland Rhythm Arranger Sample Pack Vol 40 - Reverb Roland TR 505 Sample Pack Vol 41 - Reverb Sears Rhythm-Matic II Sample Pack Vol 42 - Reverb Sequential Circuits DrumTraks Sample Pack Vol 43 - Reverb Seeburg-Gulbransen Select-A-Rhythm Sample Pack Vol 44 - Reverb Suzuki RPM-40 Sample Pack Vol 45 - Reverb Teac Rhythm-8 Sample Pack Vol 46 - Reverb The KIT Sample Pack Vol 47 - Reverb Tronix Rhythm RB-1 Sample Pack Vol 48 - Reverb Univox Rhythm Machine Sample Pack Vol 49 - Reverb Univox SR-95 Sample Pack Vol 50 - Reverb Univox SRA-75 Sample Pack Vol 51 - Reverb Whippany Electronics Rhythm Master RM-20 Sample Pack Vol 52 - Reverb Wurlitzer Swingin Rhythm Sample Pack Vol 53 - Reverb Yamaha DD-5 Sample Pack
  31. 2 points
    Oh oh! I thought I had conquered the GAS and successfully resisted this time... 😟
  32. 2 points
    When you get your AXE I/O you'll get a serial number in the box. Register this online (https://www.ikmultimedia.com/registration/) or in the Authorization Manager (https://www.ikmultimedia.com/authorizationmanager/) to unlock your entry into the Group Buy.
  33. 2 points
    You should receive a code with your buy, I guess. You have to paste that code in the authorization manager and your plugs will appear inmediatly If you didn't received any code, submit a support ticket telling your issue and they should fix it sooner or later. As peter stated, they will honor the GB if you buy hardware within the GB date. Don't worry
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    In case no one has checked.. We crossed the line! Good to go on 8!
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    Thanks Chris.r and arnoldoo, That is reassuring.
  37. 2 points
    Some of that work was done in a utility called Project Scope a few years ago. The author might be available if you want to add on to it. Azslow3 is another member who did similar work towards translating cwp files to another format and might be another resource for you.
  38. 2 points
    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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    I can't be bothered to wait that long.
  41. 1 point
    Somebody's seriously compensating for something...
  42. 1 point
    I found my letter! It is the directions on how to clean install Cakewalk. This is from Support (Mike)....... "To completely remove all Cakewalk software from your computer and reinstall it, follow the steps below. Please note that this will remove any effects presets and key bindings you may have made in your Cakewalk software. You can back these up separately if you like, using Utilities menu > Cakewalk Plug-in Manager, Edit > Preferences > Customization > Keyboard Shortcuts and Edit > Preferences > Customization > Colors. 1) Run all Cakewalk uninstallers. This is normally done by utilizing the Add/Remove programs tool from the Control Panel. BandLab Assistant and the previous Cakewalk Command Center also have uninstall options within their respective programs. 2) After the uninstall process is complete, open the Run Prompt. In Windows 7, 8, and 10, this can be done by holding down the “Windows” key and pressing “R” on the keyboard. 3) At the Prompt, type regedit and click [OK]. 4) Click [Yes] if asked to allow the program to make changes to your computer. Important: When you access the Registry Editor, create a backup by going to File > Export. In the Export Registry File window that comes up, make sure “Export range” is set to “All” and that “Save as type” is set to “Registration Files (*.reg)”. It is very important to create a backup of your registry because if you accidentally delete a registry key, there is no undo function. You can, however, double-click on the Registry backup you made above to re-import your registry keys if you make any mistakes. You must re-import your backup (if needed) before restarting your computer. 5) Delete the following Registry keys. If you do not have one of the Registry keys below, simply proceed to the next one on the list. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Cakewalk Music Software HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Cakewalk Music Software HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Cakewalk Music Software 6) Open the Run Prompt again. 7) Copy and paste %appdata% into the prompt and click [OK]. On Windows 7, 8, and 10, the “AppData\Roaming” folder will open. 8) Right-click on the Cakewalk folder and select “Delete”. 9) Open the following directories and delete their contents: C:\Program Files\Cakewalk C:\Program Files(x86)\Cakewalk 10) At this point, you can reinstall your Cakewalk software via BandLab Assistant. Note: Any products from 2015-2017 should be available to install via the previous Cakewalk Command Center, while older programs may need the original install disc. --------- We're actually updating some parts of the program to not rely on the older redistributables, as some of those parts were originally built with those in mind. Now that we're doing quite a bit of cleanup work, that particular issue should not come back in the future! In any event, if you have any questions or need help along the way, please do get in touch and we'll always be happy to help." Good luck!
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    Those 4 new tape machines. And better read the rest of the thread
  45. 1 point
    My only concern here would be that most people don't listen on $80 earbuds!!!
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    @Sidney Earl Goodroe - is there a specific AIR plugin you're having an issue with? I've got both the instruments & the effects collection, if I know what I'm looking for maybe I can reproduce the issue. I use the hardware iLok on my studio PC, but the computer registration on my laptop, so hopefully I can replicate any scenario.
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    Got it . . . Was not clear as to how that worked . . . Best answer checked Syphus
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    I'm impressed. This one was very difficult to trace. I tried several different scenarios to repro and kept coming up empty handed. Good work gents.
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    Nice track. Very thoughtful lyrics and nice acoustic work. Throw a couple of fill variations into the drum track and you'd have it nailed. 😀John B
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    The only developers I know who won't take you from behind (without consent) are: Melda Production ValhallaDSP Xfer Records Either they don't run sales at all (Valhalla, Xfer) designed to deteriorate your judgement by abusing some evolution-programmed animal instinct hell-bent on reserving resources (real or imaginary), that in this absurd modern setting translates to toys for adults, that you can only not call toys because you're an adult and you can simply proclaim your toys as tools of production to elevate their symbolic status above what they actually are - or they do run a more predictable sale campaign by the schedule AND they reward you for all the money you spend on their stuff (Melda). Want to not get F'ed in the A? Buy from these folks. They're also quite nice and competitive at what they do. Know more? Feel free to give them some deserved rep and differentiate them from the cheapskates with their "sales", "offers" and "coupons". 👻 These are NOT great bargains and you're NOT winning - the whole system is purpose-built for milking you. Not only are YOU losing in the big picture because chasing these unnecessary "bargains" (whose whole motive and justification is that they expand the customer segment and sales beyond those who ACTUALLY NEED the crap 🐙) occupies a gigantic space in your mind in a world and era where every peaceful minute of your time that you could take to slow down and enjoy life is increasingly a rarity (and more precious than the fleeting euphoria from "grabbing a bargain"), but the small independent software developers are also being elbowed out of the industry by the determined devaluating of the fruits of their labor. You think the $29 is sweet? You'll get sweeter until your teeth rot!
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