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  1. I'll try these options. Thank you for the help!
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    Default Track Height

    I want to set all my MIDI tracks to a default track height. I assumed (apparently incorrectly) that by picking one at the desired height and setting it as the default height would apply to all tracks. It doesn't happen and I can't find anything in the documentation that explains how to do it, or if that is even the purpose of "default track height". There's probably a very simple trick that I haven't found yet. It's something I would use on every project.
  3. I have a project with a tempo track that I like and another project with the same piece of music but with other instruments and in a different key. It was imported from a file that I created in Finale and saved as a MIDI file. It has horrendous tempo changes that I need to replace with the tempos from the good project. I do not see anything in the documentation about how to replace one tempo track with another one or how to export or save just a tempo track. Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks, UCG Musician
  4. For some reason, Bandlab replaced the very user-friendly tempo view with a new method called the tempo track. I am having a lot of trouble with it and don't really like it. Is there a way to reclaim the classic tempo view or am I stuck with the tempo track from now on?
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    Error Message

    I'm trying that. We'll see what happens. Thanks for the response.
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    Error Message

    I keep getting the following error message: NVIDIA High Definition Audio The above audio/MIDI device was disconnected from your system. Would you like Cakewalk to reroute these outputs to an available device? Click "No" to keep current settings. I do not know how to resolve this issue. I never use the NVIDIA High Definition Audio. I use a FocusRite Scarlett 18i20audio interface and a Cakewalk UM-3G MIDI interface. Can someone advise what settings are incorrect in my setup that would cause this error message to pop up quite frequently?
  7. Thank you very much. I got through it (this morning)! Your tutorial shows me something that I thought was more complicated and would take a lot of time. I don't have to set up INS files very often and have almost always gotten them from a manufacturer or user forum.
  8. Does anyone have such a file? I desperately need one as soon as I can get it. Thank you, UCG Musician
  9. I am in need of an ins file for a Yamaha P-35 digital piano. Does anyone on the forum have one or a recommended source for one? Thank you, UCG Musician
  10. I have Sonar Command Center taking up 27 Gb of space on my computer. I use Cakewalk by Bandlab exclusively now and don't ever launch older versions of the software. Do I need the Command Center for anything? I notice that some folks are using it for some applications but I can't tell if it's just habit or if the program still has utility not available though Cakewalk by Bandlab. If I don't need it I'd certainly like to free up the space.
  11. NEVER MIND. I had the key offset at 12.
  12. MIDI is playing all the notes of a violin track an octave higher than written. It's not an instrument thing; I've tried a bunch of different patches. The MIDI device is a Roland XV-5050. I've used it for many years and can't recall this ever happening before. Specifically, the first written note is Bb middle line treble clef. Right clicking on the note shows it as Bb5. It plays back as the Bb one ledger line above the treble clef. Bb4 should be slightly higher in frequency than 440 A, like 466.16 to be precise. The written Bb4 should sound at 466.16 Hz but MIDI is playing it at 932.33. Does anyone have an idea of why this is happening?
  13. Hi David, Thanks for the help. I got it to work and now the sequence is 8 minutes long instead just over 9. (For me that means it's short enough to play art church!). Sorry for the spelling error. I DO know it's ritardando ("ritard." or "rit." for short) but must have been in a hurry to get this posted. UCG Musician
  14. Did you get an answer on this? Do you still need ins files for the XV-5050? If so, I have them.
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