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  1. UPDATE to my earlier thread: I recently got my Battery working better for me, after years of using it. I managed to get all Battery 3 kits into Battery 4 and consolidated all drum maps for Cakewalk by Bandlab / Sonar users. I did enter my serial number for Komplete 8, and even 12 hours later, Native Access wouldn't show anything from my Komplete 8 stuff. I have discs but I think they're in storage in my parent's basement :). However, I did find Battery 3 installation files here: https://support.native-instruments.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000549845 And here's how to import Battery 3 kits into Battery 4: https://support.native-instruments....-the-BATTERY-4-and-MASCHINE-2-Library-Browser And finally, my consolidated drum maps for Cakewalk users: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0phgxjosspkvqfe/Battery 1-4 Drum Maps for Cakewalk.zip?dl=0 Enjoy! Neel
  2. Yeah, I also commented on this thread, and now I'm trying to get my Komplete 8 to show up in Native Access so I can download and install Battery 3, but after putting in the serial number, nothing happens. https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/brushes-and-other-jazzy-sounds.417417/
  3. Good idea, Bob, thanks, will do. I also have Battery 3 maps but when I upgraded to Battery 4, my presets for Battery 3 disappeared. I don't worry about it much, as there's lots of cool kits in B4 anyway.
  4. Hey Bob I managed to create maps to all the Battery 4 kits, check it out Neel Battery 4 Drum Maps for Cakewalk.zip
  5. Any NI Battery 4 users here? It took me a while, but I managed to create drum maps for all the default kits. I found some text files a while back online, but didn't know how to convert them to maps. A few programs later and a lot of repetitive clicking, and voila. My gift to y'all. Neel Battery 4 Drum Maps for Cakewalk.zip
  6. Looking at the guide you linked to, the theme editor has the same options as the colour tabs in Preferences, so it won't do what I want.
  7. Thanks scook, the guys on FB said it couldn't be done in the Theme Editor. I've never even installed the editor, but I can try it. I'm looking for a different colour / shade on the SELECTED synth. If they all change to same colour, that won't help me.
  8. I haven't used arranger in this way yet, and yes this is an issue, as explained in this video:
  9. I'd love to the option to customize the colour of the synth rack background or background of the title field (similar to the track view) when a synth is selected. By default in the Tungsten theme, it doesn't have very good contrast to clearly see which synth is currently selected. I posted on Facebook about this, in case it gets updated there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sonarusergroup/permalink/2757017177758492/
  10. For years, I've KNOWN how to do a drum map in Sonar/Cakewalk, but rarely bothered, because it's cumbersome. But recently I found that my go to kit for a lot of stuff was the same (NI Abbey Road 60s Full Kit) so I decided to give it a go. It did take some time, but once you're in the groove it's pretty easy, and I also had a chart in the Abbey Road manual that gave all the note names/numbers and drum names, so I could easily copy and paste names from the PDF. To date, this is the only drum map I've ever used (been using Sonar since 2003-ish). I only use NI Battery 4 quite a bit, and some of those kits have many drums, but I could never find maps for them so I don't think anyone else bothered to create them either!
  11. Most of the time, I run a normal compressor on the master bus, very gentle settings, a multi-band compressor, again with very gentle settings. Top-down mixing approach says to do this after you get a static mix, and mix through these effects. The limiter comes later, as the very last thing to do.
  12. Hi everyone I've been a long-time fan of the free Vinyl plug-in by Izotope (https://www.izotope.com/en/products/vinyl.html) for lo-fi effects I'm working on a track where I want only part of the song to use Vinyl. So I put Vinyl into an FX Chain in the Master Pro Channel, and then automated the chain's on/off button. But this results in a bit of a click every time it goes on/off. I'd rather take a beat or two to fade-in/fade-out the lo-fi effect. Any suggestions on how to do this? In Vinyl, there is only a bypass switch, there's no mix knob to automate. Thanks! Neel
  13. Hmm, this looks like it's part of an instrument definition, not a master override. TBH, I don't know if I'd pick flats or sharps for a general setting....
  14. Loving the new feature that shows note names on the notes in PRV! However, it uses both flats and sharps at the same time. Is there a way to get it to conform to a specific key signature? I inserted a key change at measure 1 to Ab (3 flats) but PVR still shows both Bb's and G#s in the PRV. Any way to change this? Thanks! Neel
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