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    I beat Larry to a deal once. Nobody cared ๐Ÿ˜ช
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    I agree with the sentiments here. AD2 has been my โ€œgo toโ€ for a few years, but the world has moved on. Six months ago I asked here on this very forum, were there alternatives to S Gear, another one time leader in its field, and my go to amp sim for years. The answer was a resounding โ€œyesโ€, and I hardly use S Gear anymore. You cannot sit still and expect to remain at the top.
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    I cared! I'm always happy when someone gets one in! I can't get them all, even though I try!
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    After my talk of staying away from Analog Obsession I just tried his new Konsol plugin and its really nice. Great sound of driven transformer stage, definitely keeping. here's link: https://www.patreon.com/posts/34420510
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    Me as well. Once. Still proud of it.
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    @cclarry You must have a bazillion tabs open and constantly refreshing the page to find all these deals
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    https://ugritone.com/collections/midipacks/products/allmighty-midi-pack Get this and never look back. Always tempted to get one of these packs. The larger developers just don't seem to nail these styles right. The best kit for these are Stigmatized Drummer.
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    i was like dammmmmm then saw it wasn't the price lol
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    And made this short sequence with the presets:
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    Noles ,for me GE are one of the best rock bands ever: GOLDEN EARRING Eight Miles High
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    Get 'em here https://blog.native-instruments.com/5-free-kontakt-foley-tools-you-can-use-in-your-next-track/?uuh=4d5c84521acbe03323d7681a19bf4d0e
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    Melodic Wrenches, a latest SFZ instrument library by Michael Picher, can be downloaded for free here (will ask for your email address): https://www.michaelpichermusic.com/melodic-wrenches? More freebies and interesting paid instruments on the site: https://www.michaelpichermusic.com/virtual-instruments
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    Did you miss the "stoopid" part? I do believe I have Melda's super duper turbo compressor along with every IK one. Just in case my 879 other compressors fail. I feel better I didn't buy another EQ.
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    Hey, thanks for sharing my library and other instruments! All the swearing was edited out in post. ;) Agreed! That's why I included the option to download everything (plus a few extras) when someone signs up for my Email List.
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    Cakewalk did not offer physical media for Platinum. You will have to create the disks yourself. The installers are available in your old Cakewalk account. Addictive Drums and Melodyne are managed by their respective companies. XLN Audio has a universal installer for their products. It is available at their site Melodyne should be downloaded directly from your Celemony account. With the exception of these two products, the rest of Platinum should be installed using the Cakewalk Command Center. The installers used by the Cakewalk Command Center are the same as the installers in your old Cakewalk Account. They are cached on your PC. The default location is C:\ProgramData\Cakewalk\Command Center\Downloads. Cakewalk By BandLab can use everything bundled with 64 bit Platinum. CbB started with the Platinum code base so the DAW is very similar to Platinum except it does not include most of the plug-ins and content bundled with Platinum. Of course, CbB has been updated regularly since BandLab purchased the code. Currently BandLab recommends performing a full install of SONAR Platinum then install CbB.
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    $30 2000 MIDI Loops https://www.adsrsounds.com/product/presets/thedrumbank-ultimate-midi-library-collection-bonus-packs/
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    Haha! I've found that you can rarely beat Larry to a deal! He has skillz!!!
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    Those Rewards smell worse than the NI vouchers. There's always a rant about them on Reasontalk.
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    MDynamicEQ should be in everyone's toolkit. It's a problem-solver.
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    if you haven't seen the movie yet, do
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    I suspect you might be asked to supply a screen shot of just after you insert the VST, to see why you should need to collapse the added track.
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    Same here. Havenโ€™t tried them yet so theyโ€™re still potentially great.
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    Oh boy, so sorry ๐Ÿ˜ I tried doing a forum search but I guess I should have looked past the first page.
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    It's always been $129 except for that one BF. I got my 9-10 upgrade for $80 back then. I may hold out for R12.
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    On a laptop, some WiFi drivers really put a whammy on streaming audio proccessing. Try temporarily disabling WiFi while in Cakewalk. Also, consider temporarily disabling antivirus during Cakewalk sessions.
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    I run my DAW off the internet as well but I have a USB dongle that I use for the laptop for internet. I can plug the USB dongle into the DAW as well just to activate things if I have to.
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    I am not sure your that old... you at least knew how to use a cell phone and how the turn the magnifying glass on! ๐Ÿ˜‹
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    BandLab Assistant uses an internet connection to download/activate/reactivate new Cakewalk by BandLab installs and updates. Reactivation happens any time CbB is updated. The is no requirement to update but reactivation must happen at least every 6 months. An internet connection is not necessary to run CbB.
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    Is there an Arturia vst in there? Modular perhaps? I got into it after a while tho that locust sound became too repetitive. I thought a background pad could come in earlier. Glad to see that you're back on the keyboard and posting.
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    I liked it. Very moody and evocative. I can hear this as background music for an animation. The two note bass figure sounds very timpani-ish, maybe doubled with a huge Taiko drum. Very cool. I'd fix that title, though. ๐Ÿ™‚
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    The Octopre is a standalone pre-amp with no direct connection to the DAW, right? In that case you can only set Timing Masters to channels of the slaved 18i20. That's how I run my interface when slaving to an Alesis QSR (because the Alesis didn't like being a slave) . Works fine. The only limitation is that Cakewalk can't force a clock rate change when you load a project that includes audio recorded at a different clock rate.
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    Mike I'm in awe of your productivity but so grateful for this series - I'm working on a song at the moment and I am trying to put your tutorials to good use. I must have watched the one on vocal comping so many times - well if it was on VHS, I'd have worn the coating off the tape by now. I literally had not the faintest idea how to do this but after watching this on repeat I have not only comped my vocal five times, I am now splitting and auditioning takes to select the 'best' one (no mean feat trying to find one decent take when you're 'blessed' with a voice like mine). ๐Ÿ˜‚ Please keep up the great work and I'll do my best to try and keep up. Thanks again Andy
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    They were probably on your face the whole time ๐Ÿ‘“๐Ÿ˜Ž
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    If anybody wants my codes, pm me ๐Ÿ˜‰
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    I havenยดt noticed her before : Carol Kaye - Most Heard But Least Known
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    ACT Dynamic Mapping is the only plug-ins control approach supported by Generic Surface. And it is focus oriented. There is different way, but it is supported by Mackie Control only. Sure, AZ Controller support both. If you do not need feedback (Generic Surface does not support it at all), following "Quick start" will take ~5min (including installation), pressing "Dup" in Options tab and MIDI learning additional controls ~10sec per control. Changing Volume to another parameter or inserting "Filter" Action between track and value yet another ~15sec per control. In total, it does not require any programming skills nor more time then Generic Surface to do what you describe. AZ Controller is way more powerful then Generic Surface, but no one force you to use that extra power ๐Ÿ˜€.
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    Staff View, Staff View, Staff View!!!!! New and better functioning, all around!
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