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  1. More focus on staff view, making it a viable option for those of us who write actual notation.
  2. If for some reason w.j doesn't want it I would love it Either way, very generous of you to offer this! Im in Sweden btw
  3. I like the Cakewalk interface. There is nothing about it that is hindering me in any way. I dont even think about it, which is the best comment I can give on a GUI. It just works.
  4. @msmcleod I did a clean install a while back and the gate is there as described.
  5. I think its a nice idea to think about the different areas where selling music might be an option, your list is great for thinking outside the box so to speak.
  6. Best thing is to realize that nobody really cares that much about music these days. There is just WAY too much out there now. Just like movies, music has lost much of its value. Now, that doesn't mean we can't enjoy making it and listening to what is out there, but making money off of it or whatever is pretty much out for the most part. There are like 10 million shitty "songs" for each good one now as there is no filter and "everyone" is a composer. There is actually something like overabundance, even if that is not a word and I would argue that is where we are at. There is just too much content. Anyway, there is enough great music already created to last many lifetimes so I feel rather good about it. People just don't consume music the same way anymore, I have lived through that change. I rarely see people even making it through ONE song now, before going to the next or switch to cats on youtube or facebook. Hell, even at concerts they are looking through their "%#&¤%# phones! Imagine sitting through listening to an entire album like we used to ... lol ... what a foregin concept !
  7. A score can mean many different things based on what they are actually asking for. In many cases people use score/lead sheet interchangeably, meaning they only want the tempo, harmony and melody. Think of Real Book for example. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c0/Myfunnyvalentine.jpg/330px-Myfunnyvalentine.jpg In this case if its a theatre and they plan to play your music with the act, I would assume they want the scores for all the intrsuments, if they want to play it as you wrote it on the CD that is? In that case it would mean writing out the melody, tempo and key for all the instruments with rests and other articulation info like creasendos etc. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheet_music#/media/File:Der_100._Psalm_Max_Reger.jpg Cakewalk is really not good at producing a leadsheet or a full score imo. Unless everything is steprecorded the notes will 100% be wrong and impossible to recreate by a musician. At least that is my experience. (which i why I always beg for a new staff implementation ) I would ask them about their expectations to avoid unnecessary work
  8. All you need to do is put together some parts, more like lego than "building" anything. Anyone can do that as long as you get the right parts, and to be honest there are not THAT many variations. That said, I doubt there are huge gains doing it yourself compared to those providing it as a service so if you like that extra safety and experience it might be a good choice. Personally I like to do it myself simply because I have many times and know how I guess, I see no upside in outsourcing that part. Your requirements might need something different with 100 tracks and 200 plugins No idea if my 8700k could handle that, I never write music with 100 tracks and I dont even OWN 200 plugins let alone put them in one project. lol We can always wait for the latest and greatest parts that might be around the corner, and in the process not get any music done. Buying good quality parts in the upper range of spec today will serve you well ... pretty much.
  9. Can you guys enlighten be a bit on RIG profiles and IR's ? IR's seems to me to be things you can buy from otherplaces ? What are some you guys recommend in terms of quality, where to look I mean? I realize it depends on type etc but I would think there are some that delivers good quality in general? I will read up on it abit now and educate myself on it ... but would appreciate any input on the above.
  10. Oh is that right? I have mine on High ( I believe ) but my guitar is all single coil. Maybe that is why many presets are way too "hot", will have to try that.
  11. thanks for the input. I think I will stick with TH3 Full for the time being then.
  12. What are your thoughts on TH3 full? Are you happy with that one? I use that and it is very usable for my needs but when I saw there was an update, well, you know how it goes I tend not to buy things I dont need though, and reading your post and others in here, it does not seem to be that much of an incentive to go to TH-U at this point.
  13. Read this post form the old board Michael. Makes me crazy to realize we could have had the Overture quality for staff in Cakewalk, and Gibson turned it down! http://forum.cakewalk.com/Message-from-Don-Williams-Overture-5-Updated-m3699129.aspx
  14. Sorry to hear mate. I cant begin to imagine what you are feeling. I am dreading my parents passing too as they are getting up there in age. Seems your dad lived a full life and did more than others can only dream of. Hang in there!
  15. I am a dino just like you as I really like to work in staff, or more correctly I would like to do it. I am hopeful something will come of the discussion of incorperating Overture in Cakewalk.
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