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  1. I stayed with Sonar 7PE for a few years without any desire to change. The only thing that I hated in my workflow was the constant opening, closing and reconfiguring PRV, CV and other views. I like to hop back and forth between edits of different parts of a project and this was always a bit inconvenient in the old version. I used to wish that there was such a feature as Screensets, allowing me to switch between different view with a single mouse click, which would have solved this problem for me. When I eventually discovered that there was such a feature in Sonar X2, I upgraded immediately.
  2. Me too. And sometimes I want different instruments to fade out at different rates, so I put volume envelopes on several buses.
  3. Try right-clicking on the +- buttons.
  4. In the Edit menu under Select, there is a check-box option to Select Track Envelopes with Clips.
  5. If your DAW computer doubles up as the "family PC", then I would definitely go for dual-boot.
  6. I presume mean track folders. Try right-clicking in the track pane. Then Insert Track Folder from the popup menu.
  7. Me neither, except on one occasion while when doing some video rendering. I have 16GB, which is more than adequate for sound production, but if I was planning to do more video work I would probably upgrade to 32GB. The OP did mention video editing, so that may be relevant here.
  8. 2018.08 was the last version that I tried. If I get time this weekend I will check out the latest version.
  9. I reported it here: http://forum.cakewalk.com/tm.aspx?m=3788091
  10. CbC is unusable for me until the PRV bug gets fixed.
  11. Victoria, Australia Time zone UTC+10 On the old forum there would have been no need to ask this question. It was always displayed under the username.
  12. I have never seen any multisamples belonging to a VSTi that are anything other than 44.1k. This includes DimPro, Rapture, Battery, SampleTank, etc.
  13. Take all the time you need, but 6¼ minutes should be sufficient. It's a cover of Bowie's Space Oddity, but it also includes a load of scripted dialog representing mission control. I posted some details about it in the Songs forum a while back: http://forum.cakewalk.com/m3775408.aspx I was working on it alongside people with physical and mental disabilities. The purpose of the exercise was to involve as many people as possible who happened to be in the building at the time. Not everybody could sing or play an instrument, so spoken dialog seemed like a good way to include everyone. It's on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/slsoundpro/so7
  14. My biggest ever project had 303 tracks in total. There would have been even more if not for some bouncing and merging along the way. But this did include some unused takes, unused 3rd-party midi tracks, guide tracks and failed experiments, all of which were eventually archived, but not deleted. The project was very complex and took over 3 years to complete.
  15. I'm a fan of 2CAudio Aether. It's not cheap, but it's worth it. A trial is available if you want to check it out. Installation and authorization are simple and straightforward. https://www.2caudio.com/products/aether/#_overview This product has been around for a while. Here is a review of an early release: https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/2caudio-aether
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