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  1. The top of this page seems to delineate the Cakewalk preferred method of using the Drum Replacer. Of course, it doesn't address the sync issues if soloed. https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR&language=3&help=Region_FX.07.html
  2. That seems odd. Maybe the effect states are not getting saved or loaded correctly in the mix recall. If you turn one effect on and then hit the global FX button a few times do any of them respond? You could send a copy of your project and mix recall into support to see if they see the same thing.
  3. Make sure you have not disabled plugin delay compensation (PDC) https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Recording.22.html
  4. What is "Synthwave"? Does it have something to do with El Nino?
  5. I am not sure what you mean by put it in the "workspace"? There is a shortcut key for split clips at cursor, you can use the mouse to split clips, on the control bar there is a module to allow a button press to run a command. https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR&language=3&help=ControlBar.17.html
  6. If you just want to edit the tracks volume automation manually then change the tracks volume envelope then select volume from the edit filter and then draw in your automation. If you want to use a midi controller to change the automation then you would need to setup a midi controller and then "write" is important to be enabled for the track. The track write automation button is located just below the edit filter dropdown https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Automation.08.html
  7. Usually, the one with the faster clock speed is preferred for audio applications.
  8. Are you trying to run the installer as administrator? If so, then try it as a regular user. Does the file "GroovePlayer.dll" already exist? If so delete it. Have you tried "ignore the error and continue" and then see what happens?
  9. I don't use it a lot but I keep this as a back up and a creative mixing rut buster due to its mixing desk like interface.
  10. I use a pretty basic AMD Radeon card. I had trouble with Nvidia and latency issues so I went with AMD and have no problems. Driving a 4k TCL TV.
  11. First things would be to make sure that windows sees your audio device and that all drivers are correctly installed. Then it is a matter of getting cakewalk setup to use your interface. Please look at the documentation. It has tutorial for setting all this up, in addition to the tutorials part of the forum.
  12. Check in the task manager to see if there is a cakewalk.exe process running. If it is kill it using the task manager. If there is not, then a reboot might solve the issue.
  13. Try clearing "zero controllers" and see if that makes a difference
  14. A stereo file is partly determined by how many channels it has. If it has 2 channels then it could be a stereo file. I think what you are asking is how to know if the two channel file contains stereo information or if it only holds mono (dual mono) information. One way to tell is use as stereo meter and it has information other then on the straight up and down then it contains stereo information. Another way is to use a mid - side decoder tool and if the side doesn't have any sound then it is a dual mono waveform
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