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  1. Go with an interface better A/D + D/A a headphone amp inputs for recording outputs for monitors you primarily play guitar You have a lot more options with an interface, and you can use the piano roll/step sequencer with your mouse in the meantime.
  2. Agree with this, AudioSnap needs an overhaul. It's really clunky drum for drum editing and quite behind other DAWs.
  3. Same here, I only have the C1 version. Its more than enough like you say. Great sounding strip, especially for shaping busses.
  4. The main thing I enjoy about the console one channel strips is that it makes so many of my other plugins obselete. I think it's ended up saving me money!
  5. This is great. I'm definitely gonna cash in on this now. All I need is a good distressor emulator and I'm free of all subscriptions.
  6. I totally forgot to say, but this solved my issue and made my life way easier. I disabled 64 bit exporting and it exported as normal. The error seems to only occur on heavy sessions. Before this I was re-routing my entire project so I could record into an aux track. Thanks!
  7. Hi all, I'm encountering a really bizzare bouncing issue. Upon export (fast bounce, or slow bounce) my waveform peaks at the very beginning and the rest of the file looks like white noise. After I have exported, the session goes a bit haywire, and pressing any button results in clicking, crackling, and general horribleness. I had a listen to the file outside of the daw, and this happens. I can only get the session back to normal upon re-starting. It's a heavy session, but everything plays fine. I have frozen every track to lighten the CPU load, and haven't installed any new plugins recently. As you can see from the video, I am experiencing what seems like some sort of interference noise when moving any control on my interface when the file is opened. This only happens when I open the dodgy file, all other bounces are totally fine. This also happens with bounce to track inside the session. Any help would be appreciated.
  8. This happened to me as well, a year or so ago. Navigate to your audio folder, and drag the recording in from there. You will probably find the full file intact - I did. This problem, thankfully just dissapeared for me. I'd bet on an update somewhere sorting it.
  9. I feel the best thing to do with kick and bass is to identify what instrument you're going to use as the overall low-end. I usually opt for the kick, as I feel the subs are easier to tighten than a bass guitar. For example, if the kick is driving the track, I'll cut everything under 100Hz on the bass track. The kick will be the only source within the 20Hz - 100Hz range, so it's much easier to shape and level resulting in a much cleaner low end. This gets rid of issues a lot of the time. Additionally, there's plugins such as Oeksound Soothe 2 which help suppress resonant frequencies across the frequency spectrum. Another technique is to use something like Wavesfactory Trackspacer to duck the bass slightly upon kick drum impact.
  10. Because not every engineer I'm working with uses Cakewalk. The majority of them ask for tracks to be named this way, it's pretty standard. If more control over file naming existed, everyone would save time.
  11. No, because I'd still need to go in and edit the ''-'' out of every file, and the numbers would still occur at the end. The idea is that a mixing engineer could import every single file, to any daw, in order without renaming anything at all. I bounce tracks weekly, so it's time consuming renaming 50+ tracks all the time.
  12. Yeah, that's what I do, but the tracks export with a much longer name than needed, and then I have to rename in the file explorer. I'd just like exported tracks to use the track name only. With the Cakewalk naming convention, DAW's, or the file explorer don't know how to automatically order the tracks, Examples attached.
  13. Boz plugins are a hidden gem. The +10dB channel strip, The Hoser and Imperial Delay are my personal favourites. His stuff isn't on sale half as much companies like Waves for example. Well worth the money at full price.
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