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  1. You could try track autozoom. Selected track has one height and all others will be the same size that you set them to. Another option is to select all desired tracks and hold down cntrl while resizing. http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR X3&language=3&help=Menus2.003.html
  2. You also don't mention if the guitar part is a direct recording of the dry guitar signal or through a miced amp or other. You can look at the recorded guitar level in either peak or average levels. peaks tell you how close the highest values are getting to clipping on the input. The average tells you how much power the average signal has. A dry guitar signal, generally, will have high peaks but low average signal level and this makes it quite. Put a guitar through a tube amp or amp simulation and those peaks can get compressed and bring up the average level.
  3. Also, Make sure that when you recorded the new automation track it didn't overwrite your original ones.
  4. When you record over the same part new clips are created, usually in new take lanes. To merge them select all the clips in the track and bounce to track. Then you will only have one clip
  5. This must be a VST plugin issue or some routing issue. Are those plugins 32 bit? If you enable one you say that the audio completely cuts out? What order do you have the plugins in? A picture of your EFX bin might help some. My recommendation is do delete all the FX and make sure you have audio playing with nothing in the track. Then add one plugin at a time and play with it for a while to see which one might be the culprit.
  6. It is probably a crash in the plugin. See this to know how to submit a crash dump.
  7. reginaldStjohn

    Pitch adjust

    Cakewalk used to come with a limited version of Melodyne which is a pitch correction software. With that being said, Gsnap should work but I have not used it personally. Others to look at and see if there are demos or cheap version of pitch correction plugsin are Waves, Autotune and Izotope.
  8. If you haven't already done this I recommend reading about the step sequencer here. I don't use it a lot but when i have it seems to have all the features I wanted I just had to learn how to use them. https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR&language=3&help=Views.13.html
  9. Some of the pro-channel modules were paid for updates. So if you have those installed in from previous versions they should show up in Cakewalk by BL
  10. Are all the clips marked as groove clips or has the audio transient tool been used to tell the clips to follow tempo? Audio clips don't automatically follow tempo changes you have to tell them to be able to do that. https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=4&help=Dialogs2.140.html https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Tempo.02.html
  11. A picture of what you see might be useful but it could be that as you add and edit notes in the PVR it creates new clips, possibly even in new take lanes. To consolidate them select them all and bounce to clip.
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