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  1. Esta mensagem é traduzida pelo Google. Desculpe, eu não falo português. Talvez atualizar os drivers? Aqui está o post original de Jesse Jost: Além disso, acho que a sugestão de Lord Tim pode se aplicar à sua situação: Além disso, considere usar o serviço de tradução gratuito do Google. A maioria das pessoas neste fórum fala inglês. Se você perguntar em inglês, obterá mais respostas. Boa sorte. Espero que isso ajude você. 😁
  2. With respect, in my experience, right and wrong are only useful terms relative to one's goals. My current goal is to make some songs that I don't hate. I look forward to the day when I'm so bored with doing that, that my goal changes to making songs nobody's ever heard before. I'm not there yet. But I got further along that journey in just two days of using your products than years of forced music curriculum, back in grade school. (Including after-school piano lessons that just wouldn't stick.) This is the best I can do with this brain and this computer right now. Lucky for me, there are no wrong answers. 👍
  3. Thank you both. 🙂 Don't get me wrong, I know that G sharp and A flat are the same thing. I can do it by hand if I absolutely need to. But I have to consult chord charts in order to do it. This cuts out the middle man. It's also much faster to experiment when all of the wrong answers have been removed. I'm not proud, but I know my limits.
  4. (Moved to Feedback from another thread.) There's a feature described in this video which is common to many modern DAWs, which lets you sort of "filter" the Piano Roll keys by Scale and Mode. I.E. Keys you're "not supposed to press" are simply removed from the piano roll, which makes it super easy to mess around with melodies and even chords, even if all you have is a mouse and a dream. Of course, you'd be able to toggle it on and off, just in case you decide you want to mess around with key changes or something fancy or experimental. Changing the Key or Mode wouldn't transpose any existing notes, it would just hide different keys from the Piano Roll. If this isn't currently a feature in Cakewalk, I'd love to see it added. But I can see how it may depend on your design goals. Do you want making music to be quick and easy to the point where it's hard to screw up? Or do you want learning how to implement chords by hand to be mandatory? I was never really clear whether BandLab/Cakewalk was meant to be a tool or a school. (It's so good at doing both at the same time! 😃)
  5. Sorry for necroposting, but I found this thread while google searching for something similar. I think OP may have been talking about a feature like this, where the keys on the piano roll can be filtered by Scale and Mode. Keys you're "not supposed to press" are simply removed from the piano roll, which makes it super easy to mess around with melodies and even chords, even if all you have is a mouse and a dream. In other DAWs, you can toggle it on and off, just in case you want to mess around with key changes or something fancy or experimental. If this isn't a feature in Cakewalk, I'd love to see it added. But it may depend on your design goals. Do you want making music to be quick and easy to the point where it's hard to screw up? Or do you want learning how to implement chords by hand to be mandatory? I was never really clear whether BandLab/Cakewalk was meant to be a tool or a school. (It's so good at doing both at the same time!)
  6. Sweetcase's Bell setting doesn't seem to do anything on my end. I've tried using all the Presets from the Factory Bank, and Bell doesn't do anything in any of them. (A note played with 0% Bell sounds exactly the same as a note played with 100% Bell.) I even tried copying this guy's settings manually. His chords sound a lot more like bells than mine. Mine sound more like a steel guitar or something. Steps to reproduce: Install the Sweetcase Rhodes VST on your system. (The default directory is fine) Close any open project Start a New Project Select basic.cwt Add Track Click Insturment Select Sweetcase EP or Synth > Sweetcase EP Click Create The Sweetcase EP UI pops up, but it's blurred out, and it says "The audio buffer size should be a multiple of 8." (No idea if this is the cause or not, nor how to fix it. But Sweetcase seems to work anyway if I just...) Click the X, and from now on, when you click the small track header icon, the Sweetcase UI appears to load normally. Keep the Initial Preset, but set Modulation Type to Pan Open the Piano Roll or a Virtual Controller Play some notes; Confirm notes are audible Open the Sweetcase UI again Adjust the Bell setting Play notes again I'm using Cakewalk 2022.11 (Build 0.21, 64 bit,) on a Windows 10 laptop. Thanks! 😃 And in case anyone else has this problem, Dead Duck's DPiano-E makes a nice stopgap in the meantime.
  7. Shoot. I clicked "Contact Us" on the bottom of the page. Was that the wrong thing to do? 🙁
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