Is there a function within Cakewalk to adjust my screen resolution? I have a 4K UHD monitor which is set to HDR at 3840 x 2160 px, an i9000 CPU and a top of the range graphics card and that was a substantial outlay. I need it for my vision editing software and Cakewalk's music function completes the package.
Unfortunately, when I load up Cakewalk everything looks soft and a lot worse than it did on my old Win 7 system that lacked my current resolution. From the reading I've done on the net, and most of this was out of date Sonar documentation articles that were written before 4K monitors were a thing, I am supposed to change my Windows resolution settings. I haven't tried it yet and I assume I can restrict the altered resolution to Cakewalk but this would not be very satisfactory. I have good eyes and while 3840 x 2160 would make everything too small and would require some scaling, I would like some control to increase the space for Cakewalk's windows.
The world is changing as always and the setup I have is coming down in price. Since music creation goes hand in hand with vision expect a lot more attention to this issue over the coming months - 4K is on the rise especially in the area of art and media programs and anything that looks like it was invented for Win 95 won't fare too well. So, what are my options?