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  1. K. I'll take it down to 1024, but you'll have to meet me half way then. 😃
  2. I hope someday the arranger preview will work "seamlessly" at high buffer counts. Years ago, being weary of bumping buffers as a song progressed I set my system up to use 2048 buffers and hardware and midi direct monitoring to I could forget about the storage medium and just be free. Naturally, arranger preview exhibits huge gaps if I rearrange sections. I had been able to mouse-to-markers while the transport ran to hop around the arrangement with little more than a tick or two even with a dense, done, song at 2048 asio buffers. Wondering why if I can do that with my mouse, why can't cake make an arranger track? I'll wait. Things will get better. I'm not moving my buffers. I like it this way. 🙂
  3. I didn't, but that doesn't mean it's not there, thanks.
  4. Here is a thought. While the arrangement is playing, highlight or otherwise indicate, which block on the left side stack is currently playing.
  5. I'm an old coot. when I was 19 I worked on the testing floor among PDP-11s and vt-100 terminals. There was SCO unix running on one box and it seemed necessary then for it to be verbose about all it's doings upon startup and shutdown. You know, screens of daemons and services coming to life and being killed . The file system ran out of ram so it could service all those vt-100 terminals with a measure of speed, but oh don't you loose power or you'll have lost and scrambled inodes with only an fsck to fix it. This required a fighter pilot. OK that was 1979 ish, so it was ok. Here I am in 2020 and linux still likes to show you it's daemons upon start and stop which just for starters will put off just about any normal person. And the when it looses juice it still corrupts it's file system and it still takes a fighter pilot to go sudo su fsck /dev/sdc0 put in the password, be admonished about inodes, know how to respond etc. Windows doesn't like to be kicked either but it by and large can repair ntfs by itself. I know a guy who is one of these linux guys to be a linux guy. - I agree with the Charlie Brown great punpkin analogy. Computers and phones are like cars or ratchet wrenches. We expect to just use em without thinking or fanfare. Linux guys, well I just don't know. It's still that "scary" unix.
  6. A Mexican magician says he will disappear on the count of three. He then says "uno, dos..." and then disappears without a tres. I hate Cinco De Mayo! -Said no Juan ever
  7. No. You must worship the multidock.
  8. A guy who lived here, and has recently passed away ran floormusic.com which was a storehouse of gymnastic classical music he created for license by people who needed it. It was 1999-ish and done in DP and was simply stunning to hear. On his bookshelf was a book entitled "The principals of orchestration". Right! I can't play some Rush. Different league.
  9. Oh yay on so many levels. An arranger track - finally! And removing the bypass all fx keybinding. thank you.
  10. Re-life by Terry West is one. A long long time ago there was a declipper make by steinburg maybe. might have even been a dx effect.
  11. That explains why I hear my stuff differently when driving down the road. I wonder why I didn't hear that on the silent "good room".
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