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Scott MacBride

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  1. I'm using a Focusrite Clarrett interface. Been using it with Cakewalk for several years and I've never had a crash.
  2. Single Coil guitar pickups?
  3. i use a fast track pro with cakewalk on Win 11. I'm using the 6.1.11 drivers downloaded from the Avid site. It works like a champ.
  4. Put markers in where you want the spoken parts and then just mute the track. While recording your spoken parts you can see the markers at the top so you know your cue.
  5. Any project I have that uses a "waves" plug-in takes a long time to load. The way I was able to speed it up was to load the waves central app before loading the project and that seemed to speed it up. A couple of months ago I didn't have this problem, so for me it must be something to do with how the waves plug-ins are checking their licensing.
  6. This usually happens to me when I'm on my laptop and using the mouse pad thing. If you put just too much pressure on it, it's like a click and hold. Then if your cursor happens to be moving over some directory, it moves the folder.
  7. Thank you! The recompute pictures solved the problem. Great forum by the way!
  8. I moved it and nothing underneath... I even made the single track as big as my entire monitor and no hint of any waveform.
  9. I have this one project where a track doesn't show any waveform. It plays and sounds just fine. Any ideas on why this happened on this track (one named Slide) ?
  10. Most of them are stored under various sub-folders in your Documents directory. Usually under the name of the plug-in manufacturer. So yes, probably a hunt & seek excercise...
  11. So it looks like the driver updates fixed the issue. Several of the drivers were Intel related, so probably with the chipset/CPU. I added the volume envelope back in and mixed it down like before and no crashes this time. Keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks for the help!
  12. OK, so I ran all the checks and everything checks out fine. Windows did show several driver updates so I went ahead and installed all of those. I downloaded the software from my SSD manufacturer and it shows everything as healthy. I ran a windows memory test and no errors were found. I will try to add the automation envelope back into my project and see if it still crashes.
  13. Well, playing around with a project today, the crashes are still happening. I've narrowed the issue down to a volume envelope I added to an audio track. Removing the envelope solved the crash issue. So I don't know if this bug is an issue with version 2020.11 since this is the first time I've put a volume envelope using automation in a track. Also, the crashes happen randomly while working in a project, not related to the "Audible Bounce" that I thought.
  14. So I think I've found a possible bug in version 2020.11 When exporting a wav file, if I use the "Audible Bounce" feature, Cakewalk causes a blue screen and a windows reboot when I exit the program. Using the "Fast Bounce" option doesn't cause the crash on exit. The windows error message is: BAD_POOL_CALLER I'm on the latest version of Windows 10, OS Build 19042.630 Can anybody else duplicate this?
  15. I've updated to Windows 10 1903 without issues. I'm running Cakewalk on a 4 year old Intel Core I7 box.
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