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Johnny Tsao

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  • Birthday 01/30/1976

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  1. Thank you for sharing Indian music. Regarding the way to separate the individual midi channels from the Multitrack MIDI structure, besides using the CAL syntax, there is another way you can try. When MIDI note signals are recorded from Korg Pa600 to CbB, the MIDI channel cannot be assigned in single track mode, as shown in your screenshot. But in this case, all the MIDI channel signals will be concentrated on the same track, which cannot be edited smoothly. At this time, you can save the current project as MIDI Format 0 (*.mid, Single Track), Close the current project or MIDI file, and then reopen the file just saved as MIDI Format 0, CbB will automatically disassemble the MIDI tracks and sort them from Ch.1~Ch.16. This is also a MIDI file of Format 0. After opening it with CbB, the same result is obtained. hope it helps you! πŸ™‚ [Update] I used Cakewalk Pro Audio 9.03 to open the same MIDI file, and successfully disassembled the MIDI channel of Format 0 (Single Track)
  2. I use the way of creating Synth Track Folder to insert Soft Instrument. When replacing a soft synth, the folder name created cannot be changed along with it. It would be better if the folder name could be changed along with it. Thanks to the development team for continuing to update CbB.
  3. +1 In Logic Pro, the clip name is always displayed when scrolling the timeline, which is a very thoughtful and useful feature, and I hope Cakewalk can add this feature as well. Thanks to the development team.
  4. It’s my pleasure. Hope your Orchestral Pieces of Music is successfully completed. And happy new year! Blessings from Taiwan.πŸ˜€
  5. When you are recording MIDI notes, the controller will always appear and be recorded, and you feel annoyed, you can try to uncheck the input controller during recording in the preferences. However, please use this feature carefully, because it will block all CC#0-127 controllers and will not be recorded. cheers!
  6. It seems to be possible! You can give it a try πŸ™‚
  7. Got it! This MIDI track contains CC#110 and CC#1 controllers. You can see that the green box is the value of CC#1=49, which is also the vertical purple you see in Track View. Because CC#1 is used in many Kontakt instruments to control the dynamic range, which is related to volume, loudness or cut-off, etc. This is the reason why you hear the volume decrease.
  8. Can you share your project? Or export it as a MIDI file, I can help check it
  9. You can try to open the Event List View to confirm what the vertical purple is.
  10. You can click on the Sonitus Gate plug-in from FX Rack to open the UI window
  11. I downloaded the installer from the official website for testing, and the VST3 plug-in works well.
  12. Have you considered purchasing another wireless keyboard? If the receiving range allows, perhaps this is an option that can be evaluated. Wireless keyboards usually use 2.4GHz transmission protocol, and there is a USB receiver on the computer side. The wireless keyboard can be placed near your microphone for instant recording control.
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