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Colin Nicholls

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  1. Did you add a CPU-intensive bus processor? (i.e. linear phase EQ, mastering, etc). Does the latency effect go away if you press the "bypass FX" button in the control bar mix module?
  2. Does this happen with every project? Even a clean, new, empty one? The reason I ask is that some VSTs can tell Cakewalk that settings have changed, even if you don't make any manual changes to the project. I had a virtual minimogue that used to do this - even after hitting save, I'd almost immediately see the asterisk come back in the project name in the title bar, indicating that Cakewalk thinks the project had changed. (internal LFO or something was emitting a "project changed" event...)
  3. Almost certainly. Some plugins might be missing, though, if you don't have them installed in your new computer. If you have used virtual instruments or effects in the project, and can't reinstall them (even temporarily) then you might be missing some information from the older session, and will need to recreate it using modern substitutions for the missing VSTs.
  4. Wow, 51 folks have downloaded this theme as of Dec 28. Nice. Latest version is attached to the original post above.
  5. While I admire that Cakewalk is extra careful to protect our project and audio files, I think you should disable or read-only the path controls if Cakewalk has no intention of respecting what we set them to.
  6. Yes, I can confirm this behaviour has been there for at least a couple of years. It bugs the heck out of me but I've learned to live with it, moving the files manually after exiting the application. At least Cakewalk isn't trashing our projects.
  7. Press ALt-Shift-6 and see if you have another key change event later in the time line, setting it back
  8. Installed; Working; Have noticed no issues. Thanks and Happy New Year.
  9. Sir, I respect your choice of wallpaper. I was envisioning something with cogs but hadn't found the perfect one. Your comments did cause me to have a fevered dream about glowing amber displays.. there may be some scope for improvements in my initial design. Please consider the schematics to be publicly available to approved applicants; apply at the office on the 2nd floor of the Royal Society building on Carlton House Terrace, London. Respectfully, etc etc
  10. I've updated the post to attach the .sth file directly. Sorry about that. I think if I zipped the .sth file it would have downloaded from the web site fine. I don't know why it worked for me when I tested it myself. Enjoy...
  11. I get the 404 error in another browser. I'll investigate. Sorry for the inconvenience, folks. Stand by...
  12. MoShuang, the link works for me. Could there be a setting in your browser that doesn't like downloading .sth files? Try a different browser? Alternatively I could attach the theme file directly, but then it is harder for me to keep updated.
  13. Krupa, my old friend. You have adroitly identified one of the constraints I set for myself with this theme - that is, to avoid the burden of having to update all those blue button images, and instead see how to work around them in a complementary way. The blue itself does fit in with the SteamPunk "leather, bronze, stone" palette if you consider it as the "water" or "glass" component. I realize they pop out visually but the effect is not altogether displeasing. Maybe some adjustment of the other custom colours might ameliorate this effect, somewhat. (My earlier attempt at this theme, called "SteamPink", I confess I abandoned due to eye strain)
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