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Everything posted by arlen2133

  1. This is a really good one! Learned something I didn't know about Kontakt's stereo and mono outputs. Will keep this one on my list of repeats. Thanks!
  2. I like that idea. By making it (on/off), you don't have to clutter up the layout any more than necessary.
  3. These are really good! And I learned something (matter of fact a few things)... Keep up the good work. Not sure if these are the same ones that are on the FB forums. If so, I'll like them there also.
  4. I 2nd that! I like the colors between the markers. And if we could choose the colors, that would be even better!
  5. I hear ya @Jim Fogle. I feel the same way about BF. Glad you got it.
  6. @Jim Fogle do you need it now? I mean, we're really close to BF and they usually drop this one as a freebie if you buy something else... if not, ten bucks is still pretty decent for this one as it's got a lot to offer.
  7. Possible, but not probable. It's easier to just post here. I think that's what Chuck E Baby and David Baay were alluding to. On the old forum, there used to be links (and posts) that pointed to things like "CakeTV" and other materials that explained things like this. There is definitely a need to bring those things back (updated of course).
  8. Thanks for that! I was wondering when Steinberg was going to put it out. I have WL9.5 so I'm excited to see what's next... Sad thing is I've just started getting into the new stuff from 9.5 (like the MasterRig and some of the other new tools).. Well.. I'll wait a little, but this may be a near future purchase..
  9. I guess if you're a new user, you're not inclined to RTFM...LOL
  10. I typically turn the track gain down (by a lot) on Zeta+2. You're right. It's quite loud and can really be annoying when you think about it. I would also consider making a track template out of it. You can start with a default setting but turn everything down so it's not jumping out at you. Just a thought.
  11. This 👍👍👍 Pressing "T" gets you the smart tool. Also using the function keys (F5 through F11) will allow you to toggle through the smart tool functionality. I use the PRV all the time for editing and rearranging. This keeps things simple and straightforward. Sure I can double click (or Alt+click), but understanding what the smart tool has to offer speeds things up a bit.
  12. Hi Terry. Mine is set to Cntrl+W. Check and see if yours is the same. I'm not sure if I set that or Cakewalk wayy back when...
  13. Hey Jack, Just saw that OZ9 has a new update 9.02 You might want to check it out..
  14. Hi CDK.. Are you sure you have the echo button on? If not, click that after you've set your midi outs (midi in should be from your controller).
  15. Hi Jon, Not sure why your inspector won't go away (like it's supposed to). Did the hotkey change or something?🙄 I just click "I" and it opens and closes without me undocking it. Hasn't changed as far as I remember...
  16. Uploaded and working Great! Thanks Bakers!
  17. I was able to use the draw (line) setting on the smart tool in the tempo view and draw a very precise tempo increase. Not sure if this helps anyone, but I got it straight from the documentation: To steadily increase or decrease the tempo in the Tempo view 1.Enable Groove Clip Looping on any audio clips that you want to follow the tempo changes. Do this by selecting one or more clips, right-clicking a selected clip, and choosing Groove > Clip Looping from the pop-up menu. Each clip that has Groove Clip Looping enabled has beveled edges instead of sharp corners. The same command disables Groove Clip Looping on any selected clip that has Groove Clip Looping enabled. 2.Select the Line tool in the Control Bar. 3.Drag a line in the graph from the starting time and tempo to the ending time and tempo. SONAR introduces a linear series of tempo changes.
  18. Man that was nice! I really like the 7/8 timing and how you seemed to ride it effortlessly. Mix is nice and clear (Stand up bass sounds really good in there). Has a really cool "sound" to it. Vintage feel for sure. Very nice work. Love the chords..
  19. Very nice throwback sound to it. Sounds like you have a slap delay on the chorus vocals (I like it). Love the piano texture (both intro and outtro).
  20. Daniele, there is a article on this in the Sonar Documentation.. Sonar Doc (Tempo) Hope this helps..
  21. Yes, you were! inner Stevie Wonder for sure! Well great job my friend. VERY enjoyable listen.
  22. Kenny, Now THAT'S tight! See? All that and now you can do your "victory lap".. 😂 I hope you got some rest man. I'm sure you were burning the late night oil on that one. Congrats on making a hit even better!🏆
  23. That's possible. It's not abrupt, just noticed it over the coarse of listening. Still love the jam though. So you give your solos names? I never thought of that. Will have to think about that. ..💡
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