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  1. Are you referring to the Input echo button or the record button itself ? and are you using "Comping" mode to record multiple takes per track ?
  2. Thread merged with previous thread. Please do not start new threads with the same question + title. Simply bump your old one. It makes it too confusing for yourself and others to keep up on which topic to respond to.
  3. Its a great mixer really. Touts some good specs (Sampling Frequency: Max 192 kHz, Bit Depth: 24-bit) But its really just a live stereo mixer functioning through USB-2. Its great for sub mixing but not practical when you want multi track output to multi tracks. Routing is key. Routing ? In more detail, You might be able to change the outputs in Cakewalk to go through a monitor mix, versus the master mix, thus avoiding the blending effect your seeing now.
  4. Your too kind Ed. To be honest.. Im really rough around the edges and socially difficult Anyway, this might help too. Its a you tube video (Setting up Session drummer and playing with it in Reaper)
  5. Yea, you know the learning curve with any new daw is a tough pill to swallow @TedPiano. I have nothing against Reaper or any other DAW. Hope it gets sorted for you with CbB. Bandlab support will sort out your account by resetting your password, to fix your log in issue. I can totally understand where your coming from. It sucks when you want to lay down some ideas but instead become invested in trivial problems. Just wish I had some magic answers to get you rolling again with Cakewalk.
  6. The DLL required for scan by Reaper is in the Cakewalk VST files- C:\Program Files\Cakewalk\VstPlugins\Session Drummer 3 If its not there for some reason, you might have to do a custom install with some of those install files you have in your downloads folder . I can walk you through that if you want, but first, see if it is in the location mentioned above.
  7. Cakewalk isn't/has never been made by Sony. You sure the "beeping" your hearing is not the metronome ?
  8. This is going to be tough to do Ted if you cant get into your Bandlab account. I would sort that out first and put the Dim Pro issue and everything else on hold. This might help https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=4&help=Introduction.30.html From that link: - In order to install Cakewalk, you must log in to your Windows system as a user who has administrative privileges. Once installed, the program can also be used by users who do not have administrative privileges. - If system monitoring software, such as anti-virus programs are installed on your computer, you must close them until you have finished installing Cakewalk. You must also remember to close applications that are not shown in the Windows taskbar. Ted, This is important... Remember to turn all shields off until installs are complete. Especially behavioral shields. If you want to do a Clean install read here https://help.cakewalk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360034066393-Clean-Install-Cakewalk-by-BandLab Just take precautions. Don't delete presets, project templates, exc.
  9. I think your right @Starship Krupa. I swear I was able to enlarge at one point. maybe its changed. Typically I use Imgur if a full view is needed. @scook has posted some good details on using photo grabs. I followed his instructions. @pwalpwal you got my vote (5 stars). Incase anyone is wondering how to vote, its done by rating it at the top of the OP's post like so....
  10. I think everyone has behaved themselves accordingly, however the risks of arguments are becoming elevated. This thread is locked.
  11. This might help http://forum.cakewalk.com/FindPost/3584169 I believe Scook might have made a newer version for the resource page (I could be wrong about that) but he's the man to ask about this.
  12. +1 to that. This was a feature Cakewalk gifted to its user base because multiple users (more like 100's) Asked for it. that's one thing ive noticed about Cakewalk as of late, They are listening to their user base more now than ever before. they always did take user input into consideration but now it appears they are giving the users every thing they want. That is not something you see by every developer of software now a day.
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