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    Everyone will be happy to know that Joan received the money and is very grateful...
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    It's installed and tucked away where it will most likely never be used.
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    I have a serial #...sells for $149...make me an offer... https://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/tr5/se
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    Hi Everyone We have just released the fourth track off our new album Regeneration. The track is called Reach Up. Hope you enjoy it. Nigel https://devinelie.com https://music.amazon.co.uk/artists/B002GLCV8K/devine-lie https://open.spotify.com/artist/2Sd0BBWtT5fv0GaXLoKTAC https://www.youtube.com/c/DevineLie/videos
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    $94.99 on Best Buy DOD https://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-easystore-5tb-external-usb-3-0-portable-hard-drive-black/6406512.p?skuId=6406512
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    God bless you, Larry, and everyone who contributed. May he rest in peace.
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    I too picked up VIP 3 bundled with an Alesis VX49 a few years ago. I never really got into the little keyboard screen and buttons, as I much preferred using VIP with my DAW's monitor anyway, but it's a functional controller for VIP, as well as a generic MIDI controller. I got it to replace an aging M-Audio Axiom 49 that was like a first gen version. But as for VIP 3 itself, I have 20,000+ presets installed in that (sadly stuck at VST2). It's obviously not moving into the future, but there's really no replacement for it yet. I have really become obsessed with PluginGuru's Unify lately. It is another tool for building layers of synths and presets. A cool discovery is that I can load VIP 3 as a plugin (along with my 20,000+ existing presets) inside of a Unify layer, along side of any of my VST3 plugins that were loaded by Unify! Best of both worlds!
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    God Bless to you Terry, and to your family.
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    If it's at all like my house, she will be wondering, what the heck is the "Cakewalk" forum? That's beautiful Larry and anything is something. Thanks for heading this up.
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    Zen looks like a good idea if you are looking for a preset browser (discontinued by dev, use at own risk). But the real power of VIP is the layering and mixing of up to 8 instruments together, in a mixer with busses and effects. The browser can allow you to bring all this together in a way that is really unmatched. Then you can save each of theses multis and create performances with them. So you can drop just one instance of the VIP plugin into your DAW and have all this setup and ready to go. Then if desired, just add more tracks and plugins to your DAW for as much as your computer can handle.
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    Thinking of getting this. Grown to about 10GB, I believe all extensions are included now. Already have RE-Strings for Reason but this is another cookie entirely.
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    GForce Virtual String Machine Sale! £99.99 £33.33 VSM - The world's greatest vintage string ensembles wrapped into an intuitive synthesizer user interface The Virtual String Machine v3 (VSM) is an intuitive yet highly powerful string machine synthesizer and contains a wealth of sounds from a small mountain of classic and rare string machines. VSM comes with 1000+ patches yet enables you to craft your own unique strings from the 208 individual sets of meticulously sampled machines helping confirm VSM as the go-to instrument for this wonderful family of instruments. 46 String Machines in 1 intuitive instrument The VSM is an intuitive but highly powerful Virtual String Machine which affords the user many of the sounds from this genre of instrument, and contains a wealth of sounds from a small mountain of classic and rare string machines. These range from the first commercial string ensembles (Eminent® 310 & Freeman® String Symphonizer) through to the highly lauded Solina®, Elka® Rhapsody, Logan® String Melody, Korg® PE2000 and many more. Full VSM Instrument List ARP Omni ARP Quartet ARP Quadra Stereo Clef Crumar Multiman Crumar Trilogy Elektronika Elka Rhapsody Eminent 310 Farfisa Firstman Freeman String Symphonizer Godwin Hohner K4 Jen SX2007 Junost 21 Korg Lambda Korg PE-2000 Logan String Melody Logan String Melody II Mellotron MkII Moog Opus 3 Moog Polymoog Oberheim OB-8 Oberheim OB-8 Stereo Oberheim OB-12 Stereo Oberheim Xpander Orchestron Philicorda Sequential Prelude Solina Solina Stereo Streicher Stereo Technics KN200 Teisco Roland Juno 106 Stereo Roland JP-6 Stereo Roland JP-8000 Stereo Roland RS-202 Roland RS-505 Stereo Roland VP-330 Roland VP-330 Stereo Yamaha CE-25 Yamaha CS-60 Yamaha CS-60 Stereo Yamaha CS-80 Stereo Yamaha GX-1 Yamaha SK-15 Yamaha SS-30 Yamaha SY-2 Yamaha SY-2 Stereo Essential String Machine Jean Michel Jarre: Oxygene (Eminent 310), Equinoxe (Elka Rhapsody) Duran Duran: Rio (Crumar) John Foxx: Metamatic (Elka Rhapsody) Beck: Midnight Vultures (Opus 3) Morrisey: You are the Quarry (Opus 3) Jeff Wayne: War Of The Worlds (Freeman String Symphonizer) David Bowie: Low (Solina) Roy Ayers: Everybody Loves the Sunshine (Solina) Herbie Hancock: Chameleon (Solina) Steve Hackett: Spectral Mornings (Logan String Melody), Voyage of the Acolyte (Elka Rhapsody) Genesis: Lamb Lies Down on Broadway album (Elka Rhapsody layered with Mellotron®) Air: Moon Safari album (Solina) Ultravox: Vienna (Elka Rhapsody & Yamaha SS-30), Artificial Life – (Elka Rhapsody) Lonnie Liston Smith: Expansions (Solina) Gary Wright: Dreamweaver (Solina) Goldfrapp: Number One (Roland RS505) Vangelis: Heaven & Hell (Elka Rhapsody) Joy Division: Love Will Tear Us Apart (ARP Omni) New Order: Blue Monday (ARP Omni) The Cure: In Between Days (Solina) Pink Floyd: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Solina) Kraftwerk: Trans Europe Express (ARP Omni)
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    Well new plugin developers are forced to use VST3 only, unless they already have a license from Steinberg for the VST2 dev kit. And Steinberg has shut that off as far as issuing any new VST2 dev licenses.
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    20 to 50% off Select Libraries https://www.bigfishaudio.com/Spring-Sale-Event-2021.html
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    same over here
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    I love Iron. There’s also a smaller mixing version included. Great comp with TMT.
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    Good timing Larry! I had a $75 rewards card that was set to expire. That got it down to $21.60. Thanks for all you do. Rocky
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    KaoX into price offer 99€ instead of 179€ until May 15th, 2021 https://www.xils-lab.com/products/kaox-p-168.html
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    If anything I think that you just proved the opposite of that.😀
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    Wow, no VST3 support is like not having 64-bit support would have been not so long ago. Thumbs-down to them for trying to squeeze even $15 out of people. Do you think that inMusic even has a "development team" as such these days? My impression is that they canned the last of the SONiVOX and AIR people right after the last new AIR synth shipped. Wasn't that a drum machine? Whatever the last product launch was. The latest in a long line of their KVR support forum punching bags put out a call for beta testers back in February which I assume was for Catalina support on the Mac side and the big PACE installer issue on the Windows side. How many $9 licenses do you have to sell to pay for one developer?
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    It is a sign of these times. Many new users come from an app-centric world, where simplification of a complex task can be handled by the software without the need to understand the underlying mechanism. I am 58, and got back into playing a few years ago. When I wanted to learn finally how to use a DAW, my only knowledge of what a DAW could accomplish was based on my owning a Fostex 8 track reel to reel, a Tascam 642 cassette recorder, and playing a bit with a friends console thirty years ago. Having learned and used complex software applications my entire life, I immediately dismissed what I perceived to be "simple" software, and wanted a fully featured (over my head) application that could do more than I would ever need. Of course, all software in this category cost in the $500 and up range. I settled on the newly offered Sonar Home Studio for $60 as it offered a not too stripped down feature set, one I could upgrade as needs exceeded it without losing what I learned, offered touch capability to run on my i5 tablet, and most importantly, looked like the recorder/mixers I remembered. I read most of the guide, tons of posts on the old forum, and came to realize that I needed an outboard audio device, dual monitors, a keyboard with controller function and a set of monitors to really take advantage of the software. I took the plunge, and have been very happy. Was it/is it easy? Not at all. I learn new things here every day. Do I use it to its full potential? No, but I have learned so much to allow me to do so if and when I desire to. As a technology store owner for 26 years, I have experienced the change in how many people view and use software. If a quick Google search or two does not provide the immediate, exact answer to their question, they will move on to something else in the hope it is easier, or pay someone like myself to make it work. Gone are the days of investing years of learning to master the equipment and the craft, rather the impetus is on the result created. As for the OP's four hour failed investment in learning something new and failing, followed by a quick public whine of their precious time wasted doing so to make it our fault , then moving on by ghosting us, this does not surprise me a bit. These same individuals complain that the YouTube video teaching how to tigweld could be done in 5 minutes instead of 15. 😂
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    I loved it the first time and as the Wooks said sometime you have to move past the tech and just enjoy the work ... great vocal and keys. Great re-post thanks M8. Stay well Steve
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    Wookie Like the detuned synths and I like the track Cool stuff indeed Nigel
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    As someone who sets up systems for users of varying experience levels... I can't say that I agree. Hiding the mix controls in the Track View means new users are now hunting for the faders that go with the clips they are working with. When the Fader/Pan/Mute/Solo/RecordEnable are right there on the screen next to the data (and not buried in lower control rows so that they disappear when tracks are minimized), it is a lot easier for me to get new users started. With the Track Inspector, I need to teach them to click on a track first in order to make its fader visible. Hiding controls encourages users to open multiple views at once to do basic things like mixing and editing. This can become cumbersome, especially on systems with 1080p displays, and especially when users start getting into things that actually require other views to be opened. As for me personally... I find that the only time I actually need the Console View (because the Track View is so capable and intuitive once its functionality is enabled) is when I need to copy a track EQ from one track to another. I think that may be the only thing that can't be done without the Console View. Otherwise, I keep it closed so that I have a lot more screen-space for views I really need.
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    Mark, had a few more listens on different speakers, studio monitors, car stereo . . . and it stands up as a really great and balanced mix no matter what. After more listens I must add the guitar solo section is really brilliant, you are truly right inside the music with your touch there, awesome !
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    Is Google really converting the files or is it recognizing they are RIFF files containing audio data? It has always been possible to change the extension from cwb to wav an play a bundle file. If the bundles have a wav extension change them back to cwb Once the extension is changed back to cwb, open the bundles, zip up each project folder and its content, copy the zips to Google drive and throw away the bundles. Bundles are a poor choice for archiving projects. The format is still around for backward compatibility and project sharing (although zip works for this too).
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    Hi folks! I've been trying to unlock the full potential of SI Drums in Cakewalk with some tricks and hacks. See how it went! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/YhsedDDoHDM
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    $ 29.00 https://www.bestservice.com/ezbass_midi_contemporary_r_b.html
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    Yep....just logged in to check and it was already in my account. Didn't even have to jump through any hoops!
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    Oh hey, I just got the "you left something in your cart" email. Wee!
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    Thanks Larsy so much for doing this and thanks everyone who helped getting this through to the family! ... and @Grem for Bumps 🙂 Terry is surely in an very interesting journey right now. Blessed be his soul! What a great community! Thanks guys and gals!
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    Yes Larry thanks for sending such a thoughtful letter. We surely appreciate your help in this. I just finished doing my taxes. What fun... a least they're done now.
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    Is there any chance Steinberg might have a sale soon on a crossgrade?
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    1,000 subscribers, that is wonderful news. I'm sure the subscribers are glad they subscribed as you're really working hard to build a solid channel. Congratulations of the success of your channel. May it continue to grow!
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    (Gene October off of Chelsea)
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    Death In Vegas ... has to be Viva Las Vegas - Elvis Presley
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    Death In Vegas - Soul Auctioneer Featuring Bobby Gillespie from Primal Scream
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    Plus you can't see the Pro Channel tab at the same time as the Track Inspector controls (or, say, the Arranger tab). Oh for seperately moveable tabs...
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    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.
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    Hi, I've tried a few times do what OP intends, and I used Word to do that, but it's a bit complex, as one should be familiar with paragraph spacing, etc. (I hope I'll try again next time!). But recently I did chord notations on a song's lyrics with Photoshop Elements. One could print the lyrics to PDF, open it on Photoshop and write the chord names to taste (then he could copy and paste repeated chords to get a more standard result).
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    It would be nice to have an option of inserting negative bars (as -2 ,-1, 0, 1, 2 ect). I believe Qubase has this functionality. I don't know if anyone else would like to see this happen on Cakewalk. Normally I just start my song at bar 2 or 3, but that does not reflect reality (bar 1 actually being bar 1). This has been brought up before in the old Sonar forums - don't know whatever became of it. Thanks, Syphus
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