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  1. I know about this and it ain't the same. Very easy with control D and the clips aligns well along so fast. Cakewalk knows about this and it will not take you guys anything and closing down paste special cuz for me it's not cool. Paste special is a long process. Many apps understands control D for duplication and Cakewalk should work that way too or it should be provided as a preference so people that need it go with it by setting it up themselves and people that love work around will continue with their long time option😫 I need this feature badly I don't want to be doing anything else on another day. Thanks
  2. Nice topic...this is exactly what I have been talking about somewhere before being referred to this thread🙌
  3. That's not what am talking about cuz I already know that feature exist. I migrated from cubase and it's just a thing of hovering over the clip and you drag up or down to lower or gain the clip....then the waveform follows suit. In Cakewalk sonar there is no change in waveform but just a thick red horizontal line which to me is not doing the job. I need to see visually the amount of reduction or gain. Also I talked about a feature for duplication of clips...in cubase it's "Control D" and you are just fine to any number of clip duplication you want being aligned sequentially. I know people who have used this in cubase will understand what I mean. Thanks
  4. Congrats waiting for my own win too. I must win the next contest😀 I need to represent Nigeria🇳🇬
  5. I am so happy for what Cakewalk is doing. The only area I have been crying out for an improvement is in audio and midi editing. There is a way bandlab can simply editing to beat other daws like cubase. Clip gain can be made simpler by just hovering mouse on it and lifting it up or down....this should affect the wave to show the impact on the wave size. I also pleaded Cakewalk to make duplicating of notes, quantization and many others to be improved too. I just hope all this about audio and midi is fixed because I am tired of visiting other daws. Thanks to the bandlab crew. I just wish I could be the lucky winner of the giveaway🙊 because I have ever been thinking when I will ever get that😤
  6. Yeah! I know about this but it doesn't function like cubase and other daws I have used. It's supposed to increase or decrease the waveform in a visual way. I believe there can be an improvement on this. ....and also Cakewalk can improve and make deleting of clips, duplicating of clips, highlighting of notes and more about editor in general. There is this ease in cubase which I believe is a big boost. I was with cubase for over 15 years now but I like Cakewalk and their efforts in providing features I seek most. Just wishing they could work more on the editor. I am not ready to leave Cakewalk for anything but all these I feel should be looked into. Maybe if a more clearer explanation of the features I'm looking at is needed i will explain further with screenshots or video clips👍👍👍👍❤️
  7. Hi friends... sorry am new here and wish to make a feature request. I was a cubase user until I discovered sonar. I am happy most of the features on cubase I have transferred them to my sonar and they work exactly the same in terms of shortcuts I already know before in cubase. Now my request is that Cakewalk should find a way to allow us increase the gain of individual clips by just hovering on a particular clip and drawing it up or down just like in cubase. This will make my work faster and many others will also like it. Another thing is while in cubase I only need to click "control D" and a clip will be duplicated to as many as I want but I don't see that feature yet in Cakewalk. These are two things if Incorporated will enhance my workflow. Thanks
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