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waren soriano

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  1. Yes! Unchecking that box fixed my issue. Thank you!
  2. I currently use cakewalk as an amp for my Guitar (with focusrite audio interface), It works as intended, however, when I try to go to another window other than Cakewalk the amp stops as if I just turned off Cakewalk/Amp. Surely there are settings to reverse this, which I can't seem to find, the closest I have found is the "StopEngineOnASIOPanelOpen" setting from the configuration file, but it seems that does something entirely different. A nooby solution I figured out is opening the preferences window, which stops Cakewalk from being minimized and let it or the Amp still run even though I'm on other windows. P.S. Is there a reason why the default settings are like this?
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