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  1. I'm going to do a fresh install of CbB in win10, (from Win7). I seem to remember a discussion about the proper order to install the previous versions, (Sonar, Platinum, etc.), but I can't seem to find it now. Any advice or direction would be greatly appreciated. Also, I haven't updated CbB in quite some time, (don't ask). Is there a way to install the various updates one at a time from my current version to the newest? I was thinking it might be easier to get a grasp of all the new features that way. Thanks for any help. -Paul
  2. You could also just drag the files from the old projects audio folder into the new project. Of course, you'll need to know the names of those particular files. HTH Paul
  3. Hi Chris. You'll want to check if the Presonus has Win10 drivers. Good luck! Paul
  4. I just tried this, (on my desktop), and it really screwed things up. My entire desktop is now scrambled. I guess I should have waited till I was in a program. rats!
  5. Cake Crew. Thanks so much for the PC presets! Been waiting for that for a long time.
  6. If your piano was an audio file and you've deleted the track, the audio is still there in the audio folder. Good luck.
  7. I use often use the FX Chain Module to put just a single plugin a various positions in the ProChannel. It would be nice if the FX Chain Module could be resized such that you would only see the one plugin so as to not take up so much vertical space in the PC. It would be even better if it would auto resize. Just a thought. Thanks. Paul
  8. Paul G

    ez drummer

    I'm sure you have, but did you scan the plugin? HTH
  9. What you're looking for is the RealGuitar Stroke Map. ins HTH
  10. Gimp is a free graphics editor. It takes a bit of learning though. HTH
  11. Good to know. Thanks Jim.
  12. Thanks Francois. Very helpful. This might well be exactly what I'm looking for. I noticed that many of the cheaper models boast about being bass heavy and that's what I was trying to avoid. Thanks again. Paul
  13. What??! I thought that's how it was done! Thanks. Paul
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