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  1. Jeez...I had no idea there were notepads in those places. I'm embarassed to admit how long I've been invested in this DAW and I still know only a fraction of the functionality. Oh well, live and learn. Cheers.
  2. I definitely do that with the track names AND with the "notes" function. I use notes generally to record things like any weird guitar tunings I used, the signal path/settings for each instrument, etc.
  3. I never thought to do that, but a great idea. Cheers Craig!
  4. Awesome! Thanks! I'll definitely give that a try. Cheers!
  5. Hmmm...your response may have actually answered a couple of my questions, one of which is why do so many plugins default to a Steinberg folder during installation. I have definitely been selectively installing exclusively VST3 versions of stuff on my new computer instead of the VST2 versions of the same software that was possibly used initially. It makes sense that a revision of a softsynth may be architecturally changed and thus not compatible any more. It's gonna be a giant PITA re-installing all those Arturia synths trying to figure what version I used Thanks!!!
  6. Hopefully just operator error, but... Whenever I update a plugin/softsynth, it works fine in new projects, but the plugin won't open or function in older projects. I have to delete them and then re-insert them into the project. It's a bummer because I don't know what settings, synth preset, etc. was used before. I am currently migrating to a new computer and now that I'm installing all my software, ALL the plugins are toast in completed projects. Is there a way around this or is this just the way it is?
  7. OK, so I'm still using the latest version of Cakewalk Sonar before BandLab came on the scene. Is it better to uninstall Sonar Platinum and then install BandLab Cakewalk? Is Command Center still a thing? Any advice on how to make this as smooth as possible is most appreciated. I have a bunch of projects in the works and I desperately don't want to bollocks it up (which is why I haven't attempted this earlier, but I should probably just make the move...).
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