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  1. As far as I know there are no converters that convert directly to floating point. They all sample in integer format. So even if the software lets you record and save the data in floating point format it is being converted from integers. That seems to be the same thing most DAWS do anyway. The extra Dynamic Range of a floating point number would give you no benefit down at the ADC level. Getting 24 bits from an Audio ADC is pretty challenging as it is. Even though the ADC chips list specs that seem to use all the bits those generally are done on a special test board with expensive clocking and other test equipment.
  2. Piano roll view has its own snap settings so it could be that you didn't have the PVR snap enabled
  3. Anyone have opinions or experience with these?
  4. Do you have a virtual instrument loaded? Midi is just information and not sound. You have to send the midi to a synthesizer of some sort to make sound. Often, a screen capture of your project can help. Have you looked through any video tutorial or the Reference Manual?
  5. The best way I know to do this is route both tracks to an aux track, arm the aux track and then record the aux track with the two tracks feeding it. This is a real-time process. You could also route the two tracks to a bus and then export the bus audio and then drag that rendered bus audio back into your project. I don't know of any direct way to "Mix" two tracks in the bounce to track method.
  6. each channel strip has a phase button. pp 246 of the Manual
  7. One way to debug this is to install a midi monitor app (one i recall is called midiox). Studio one, another DAW, ahs one build in. You need to make sure that windows is seeing the MIDI events before you can debug it in Cakewalk. Using a monitor app you can tell what channel and what device is sending the data. If windows sees the midi data then you can make sure Cakewalk is using the right midi device. Cakewalk has a little icon that shows up in the bottom right corner tray in windows that will blink an fake LED when cakewalk sees midi data coming in or out. Is this showing any activity? Before trying to record your midi make sure that you can hear a virtual instrument playing, with echo enabled on the track, when you play your keyboard. If you can't hear it you are not going to get anything to record. You should also see "MIDI" activity in the inspector, Hit I or view Inspector, when the MIDI tab is selected.
  8. It might be that when you record your new controllers it adds a take lane. If you select all clips on your midi track and bounce them to combine them the controllers might show up as you desire.
  9. You could leave them all in the same track, spread them apart by your desired amount. This would need to be done manually I believe. Then if you select all the clips and drag the end of one the others should extend by the same amount.
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  11. You would need to suggest this in the Features & Request forum
  12. This sounds like a corrupt project file or a problem with one of your hard drives. Try creating a brand new project with nothing in it. Make a small change and save. Does it do the same thing or does it save properly?
  13. I would suggest you get familiar with the Cakewalk Reference guide. ( Busses are found under the tracks in track view, you may have to pull them up, or to the right of the tracks in console view, you may have to pull a divider to the left. They are similiar to tracks and can have effects added to them just like any audio track. You master bus is whichever bus is assigned to go out to your hardware outputs. By putting the Calibration plug-in last it will apply the eq setttings to all audio going through that bus.
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