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  1. 7 points
    I have received a reply from AAS regarding the change logs. They are as follows: Of particular note for all: Dropped support for 32-bit DAWs. Dropped support for Windows 7 (This did not surprised me) Note: not supported may not necessarily mean that it does not work - it just means if you contact AAS support, and you say you’re running Windows 7, their first answer will be to update to Windows 10. Chromaphone 3 v3.1.0 March 30, 2021 Added in this update • Apple Silicon (M1) compatibility. • Dropped support for Windows 7. • Dropped support for macOS 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10. • Improved behaviour of Windows installer. Fixed in this update • Fixed possible crash in Logic Pro when removing plug-in from track. • The Scala file name wasn't always properly shown in the settings panel. • The master tuning frequency could fail to load properly in some DAWs. • When a project was loaded in a DAW, the current preset was always shown as "Edited" even if it was not. • When resizing the window, vertical alignment of text could be wrong. Lounge Lizard EP-4 v4.4.0 Added in this update • Apple Silicon (M1) compatibility. • Dropped support for 32-bit DAWs. • Dropped support for Windows 7. • Dropped support for macOS 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10. • Improved behaviour of Windows installer. Fixed in this update • Fixed possible crash in Logic Pro when removing plug-in from track. Objeq Delay v1.3.0 Added in this update • Apple Silicon (M1) compatibility. • Dropped support for 32-bit DAWs. • Dropped support for Windows 7. • Dropped support for macOS 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10. • Improved behaviour of Windows installer. Fixed in this update • Fixed possible crash in Logic Pro when removing plug-in from track. String Studio VS-3 v3.2.0 Added in this update • Apple Silicon (M1) compatibility. • Dropped support for Windows 7. • Dropped support for macOS 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10. • Improved behaviour of Windows installer. Fixed in this update • Fixed possible crash in Logic Pro when removing plug-in from track. • The Scala file name wasn't always properly shown in the settings panel. Strum GS-2 v2.4.0 Added in this update • Apple Silicon (M1) compatibility. • Dropped support for 32-bit DAWs. • Dropped support for Windows 7. • Dropped support for macOS 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10. • Improved behaviour of Windows installer. Fixed in this update • Fixed possible crash in Logic Pro when removing plug-in from track. Ultra Analog VA-3 v3.2.0 Added in this update • Apple Silicon (M1) compatibility. • Dropped support for Windows 7. • Dropped support for macOS 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10. • Improved behaviour of Windows installer. Fixed in this update • Fixed possible crash in Logic Pro when removing plug-in from track. • The Scala file name wasn't always properly shown in the settings panel. • The master tuning frequency could fail to load properly in some DAWs.
  2. 6 points
    Just a thought.... I like the added Subforums which in reality should have been done (and was lobbied for) from the beginning. However, wouldn't it have also made sense to move the Deals forum up with the Subforum big boys? Deals include both Hardware & Software and is one the most trafficked on the website IMHO. ....just a thought.
  3. 5 points
  4. 4 points
    https://www.ikmultimedia.com/news/?id=AmpliTube5Phase2MESA Through May 2, we're keeping the party going to celebrate AmpliTube 5's rightful place as the King of Tone with free gear from AmpliTube MESA/Boogie and a new series of free VIP presets.* See instructions below on how to unlock your free MESA/Boogie Triple Rectifier head now and come back each week for details on the new artist presets to come. *MESA/Boogie head and all artist presets available through 5/2/21
  5. 4 points
    Um you are speculating. We don't need help to "rebuild the DAW" and building from scratch isnt a solution to any engineering problem. And your point that it crashes in X but not Y has no meaning. A crash is a bug in the plugin whether it doesnt happen in another DAW or not.
  6. 3 points
    Do we know when he'll be back? It's still a great forum with lots of great people, but let's face it, Larry is irreplaceable.
  7. 2 points
    Yes this filters out presets that have gear you do not own (or corresponding to however you have the Gear Selector set).
  8. 2 points
  9. 2 points
    Just bagged this for the deal minus $75 voucher they sent me 2 minutes before. The stars must have been aligned.
  10. 2 points
    "Five pages without Larry" funny, I wrote this in my dear diary the other day
  11. 2 points
    So there is a "way" to downgrade the AAS plugins. It's painful but it can be done and it does fix my crashing issue. Here's the steps: You have to uninstall each of the plugins. If you run the older installer it won't downgrade, so you must uninstall them first. Then go to https://www.applied-acoustics.com/dl/ and enter your serial number. The download page that comes up will have a link for "Show all Windows installers" If you click that it shows you all the version history of the plugin and has links to download each one. You can then download the previous version (From Jan 2021). Not really sure how to roll back the AAS Player just yet though. And yes this fixed my crash on exit issue.
  12. 2 points
    Thus, as long as the current versions run, I will not update anymore! As I do not use Apple quirk, nor do I want to drop 32-bit/Windows 7 support, what would I win else than losing some precious time of my life? Especially with such odd installers that produce a lot of manual work to clean up the chaos! More and more I have the feeling that I should not update most of my plugins. It just generates a lot of work and mostly there are no real improvements for me!
  13. 2 points
    ozone elements and spread freebie https://www.pluginboutique.com/products/7483--StayCreative-Plugin-Bundle-Ozone-Elements-Spread- add, apply coupon STAY CREATIVE "recalc" and it should go to zero.
  14. 2 points
    Completely different development teams.
  15. 2 points
    Nah, he escaped and drove down to Nashville and is trying out some new guitars 😏
  16. 2 points
    Sorry guys, Larry's gone. He's in Kentucky. He's listening to banjo music and squealing like a pig! 😀
  17. 2 points
    I saved enough money to go to Vegas! I'm not without those side effects though. 😝 Seriously, I hope he's okay. Rocky
  18. 2 points
    Hopefully his family matters are getting sorted out.
  19. 2 points
    If every mix you do uncovers a bug then most likely there is a recurring theme of something common in your workflow and plugins, that exposes these issues and the only way to to isolate it is to log specific cases and follow up with us to help us diagnose the cause. This isn’t the normal experience for tens of thousands of users who use Cakewalk daily. I understand your frustration and we want to help, but making assumptions that all your issues are cakewalk problems without going through a proper troubleshooting process, is not going to be productive to solve them in itself. I’ve written at length about how most plugin issues are caused by lack of testing by plugin developers in multiple hosts (many only test on Mac DAW’s). About 70% of the issues we find are bugs in the plugins that are host specific. When we isolate them I report them to the developers and they normally fix them promptly. In other cases when possible we implement workarounds in the DAW but that isn’t always possible. Are you running the latest updates to Fabfilter? We use those plugins routinely and never have crashes. There were known crashes with it that the developer fixed in an update. Like us they are very proactive about fixing crashes. The bottom line is if a plugin crashes its almost certain that the root problem is unexpected code in the plugin. Always send all crash dumps for investigation. If the crash is in the plugin the dump should also be sent to the plugin developer since they are the most obvious candidate to fix the issue. The fact that a plugin crashes in one daw but not another only means that the plugin was not tested enough in that DAW. Please read my article on diagnosing plugin problems in the FAQ where I go into further depth on this issue if you want to learn more about it. Many users would differ with you on this. Ripple editing is a fundamental editing feature that is used under the hood in a variety of operations which is why it needs to be robust. We can’t possible please every user with every update, but we do but we try to cover a broad area of stability and workflow fixes in every release. One of your reported issues is already in the next update. I realize that it takes time to report issues, time that you could be making music, but if errors encountered are not reported there is little chance of them being investigated. The use cases in a DAW are enormous so many others may never encounter the specific problems you see. We take every reported case seriously even if we don’t get to fixing them immediately. If you are willing to work with us, you may find that most of your problems can be solved quickly.
  20. 1 point
    I am jealous of American musicians. They have really good prices for hard- and software. E.g. the Ampeg RB-112 is $399 in many U.S. shops, here in Sweden prices are $535 (foreign shops active in Sweden) up to about $650 in "real" Swedish shops/sites. This is only an example, it's with almost everything like that. And since the EU defined that all products bought via internet are taxed in the country of the buyer and since our mail company (almost federal) has decided a very high fee on imports it got less interesting to order things from abroad, even in the EU! Terrible! It reminds me absolutely of the Soviet Union!
  21. 1 point
    That's five Larryless pages. I'm showing all sorts of body tremors, leg shaking and the like. Edith: yeah, yeah
  22. 1 point
    Saw an episode of their show last week. They were at a restaurant in Hatch, New Mexico and a Mariachi band played Paranoid for them. Interesting. Unusual. Trippy.
  23. 1 point
    I mean 48H Flash Sale I know where my $75 voucher is going 😁 Approved by Solid State Logic (SSL) & Michael Brauer! 72 different TMT channel emulations in one plugin, just like a real console. JUST $99.99 TODAY!* CODE >> SSL-9000J-9999 << CODE Use this voucher code during checkout! Offer ends April 8, 11:59 PM California Time This is a fixed price offer! The price for this product will not change if you add more plugins to your order. But you will get dynamic discounts of 20-60% on any additional plugins you may purchase. https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/products/bx_console_ssl_9000_j.html
  24. 1 point
    I will have a look through them. Thank you.
  25. 1 point
    No need to be sorry just wondered where came from and thanks for pointing out I was considering but hadn't made a decision and didn't knoq today potentially last day maybe I'd better make my mind up
  26. 1 point
  27. 1 point
    Yes, this feature showed up in v5 Not sure about presets, but if you are just looking for creating a rack of owned gear it is easy now.
  28. 1 point
    More updates today..run Aquarius. After demoing since it was released I bit the bullet on these today, purchased all 3 for $120.00..
  29. 1 point
    We all know where to find it. I rather have it still be here then be gone!
  30. 1 point
    as an observation, going to PT, StudioOne, Cubase, Live, FL, REAPER forums you see complaints about crashing all the time. i've never seen a high end (>$25K worth of IO and computer) ProTools installation on a Mac, for example, ever work for more than about 4 hours without crashing completely. even with no plugins or only stock ones. so not sure that CbB is the least stable of DAW out there. i know on my desktop and laptop, i've gone easily 8-10 hours a day for a few days before i start seeing weird things - like no doubt memory holes being drilled by plugins and various Windows processes. then again, my workflows tend to be simple and i limit the number of cross-trakc/cross-buss routing and massive numbers of plugins and soft synths. probably no more than 40-50 tracks on a project and probably same number of plugins across all the tracks and busses. maybe a 12-15 soft synths which are typically then frozen during the mix.
  31. 1 point
  32. 1 point
    and not even sharing a pic of the nurses,
  33. 1 point
    It would be great if we could enable and disable the metronome count in and if this feature were also accessible from ACT and or a Keyboard Shortcut. By the way there is also a very old bug where when the metronome count in is enabled. Cakewalk doesn't 'know' when to transmit the midi clock. For example I have Cakewalk starting my TR8S drum machine perfectly in sync to the midi clock. But when the metronome count-in is enabled Cakewalk will play the metronome count-in then get confused and start the drum machine late and out of sync. 😉
  34. 1 point
    Bill has become... comfortably numb? 🤔😉
  35. 1 point
    More testing of Acustica's Sienna headphone mixing software this afternoon with a pop/rock tune from 2004, used only my spot checking cans ATH-M30's..removed all the plugins & started from scratch.. Used a bit of eq & brickwall limiter on the master.
  36. 1 point
    All their updated plugins are still crashing on exit/close for me and all I've gotten from them is total silence. You'd think they would at least tell me they can't reproduce it and that it's my problem. I wish they had older installers so I could fall back to what I had before this update, when everything worked.
  37. 1 point
    I feared twice already what the improved behaviour could mean... more places where the plugins are installed? On a serious side I can hardly see a benefit from updating for just improved installer behariour (have only Chroma.v2 and the sessions).
  38. 1 point
    A better question would be "Why do you still need Windows 7?" 😁 (That said, my current DAW server box is still running SONAR Producer v4 on XP! 😆 )
  39. 1 point
    King Lar has his sources for Deals. He shares them with us peasants
  40. 1 point
    Hi wookie - thanks for that I'm glad you enjoyed it Keep well nigel
  41. 1 point
    Free LABS — Percussion https://labs.spitfireaudio.com/percussion New LABS out. needs the Spifire LABS player.
  42. 1 point
  43. 1 point
    Shane, I have this mobo with a Q6600 CPU and 4GB of RAM in case yours does not work out. Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4 (rev. 1.0). It's sitting here doing nothing. Just pay shipping and it's yours if you need/want it.
  44. 1 point
    Yeah, I can no longer "Walk This Way" without this
  45. 1 point
    Please do not attach any of the following emoticons/reputation points to this post: That way, I won't miss it when this fred gets incinerated. Thanks for caring.
  46. 1 point
    Definitely try it if you are into Chill/Ambient music
  47. 1 point
    For anyone that doesn't have either versions. You can buy the upgrade to full version and get session for FREE! Making it $49 for the full thing since they give session version free with every purchase! ;D
  48. 1 point
  49. 1 point
    I have a presonus faderport 8 that I really like in studio.one but also works pretty well in Cakewalk in mackie mode. I use it primarily for transport and navigation, but it is just fun to be able to control several channels at the same time and to do things like automation rather than drawing it in. I did a video showing how to use it in cakewalk on my youtube channel if you are interested: https://youtu.be/RlZASE5gibU.
  50. 1 point
    Only if you've defined mappings for your transport & faders.... if your controller is emulating a Mackie, you can probably map the transport, but faders probably won't work. The ONLY reason for installing the MMcL Mackie Control version would be to have a second (but independent) Mackie Controller alongside the Cakewalk Mackie Control. So in my studio, I use the Cakewalk Mackie Control for my MCU + XT + C4, and the MMcL Mackie Control for the nanoKontrol 2 stuck on the wall. This means when I change banks of tracks on the nanoKONTROL 2, my MCU +XT + C4 don't change with it. Of course if I change a fader for a track that they're BOTH looking at, then yes, both of them will change. The "special"mapping for the nanoKONTROL 2 was allowing the Cycle (loop on/off) button to be used as a shift key for the other functions. These aren't needed on the MCU as it has all the extra buttons, whereas the nanoKONTROL 2 is pretty sparse in that respect. ACT allows you to define mappings to parameters on the fly. You can't do this with the Mackie Control. With the Mackie Control, Synth/Plugin parameters are either assigned automatically (i.e. in order that the plugin reports them), or can be mapped within MackieControl.ini. I wrote the C4Mapper utility to edit MackieControl.ini for you. Also, when editing synths with the Mackie Control / C4, it works on the Synth Rack... not on the active track. To be honest though, unless you've got a Mackie Control compatible control surface with a display over each track, it's gonna be pretty hard to use as you'll be essentially driving blind unless you memorise where all the parameters are. I keep meaning to get around to writing a display emulator, but I never seem to have the time nowadays! The other thing with synths, is that there's so many parameters available that it makes editing almost impossible. Even with my C4, which has 32 knobs, it doesn't even cover the parameters for a single oscillator on most VSTi's. Effects are much less of an issue. I use my C4 all the time for EQ's and compressors, and I've set up mappings to make sure the knobs are in a similar position for each plugin so it's dead easy to jump to the right one. But with the nanoKONTROL 2..... I guess that leaves you with a choice... do you want to use the nanoKONTROL for transport / faders, or do you want to use it as an ACT controller for synths? If you want both, you might want to consider getting another nanoKONTROL 2 (or something similar from another manufacturer so the MIDI devices don't get confused) and use one for transport and the other for ACT.
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