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  1. If you add TTS-1 to the project before importing the midi file, the resulting midi tracks will automatically route to different channels of TTS-1. You will be able to playback immediately and get good indication of what it will sound like. From there, you can add whatever softsynths you wish, and reroute each midi track accordingly, as Abacab suggests.


  2. On ‎9‎/‎7‎/‎2020 at 11:10 PM, Starship Krupa said:

    ...it's a guaranteed "safe" place to click, with few consequences if my finger slips. I don't have to be concerned with accidentally focusing or selecting  a track or muting a clip or any of the things that might happen if I clicked in the wrong place in a track...

    I often click on blank spaces for the same reason, not necessarily that particular space, but yes I do this sometimes.

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  3. 4 hours ago, scook said:

    Click on the expert button and try switching the precision to non-linear.

    There are 4 options:

    Non-linear
    Low
    Medium
    High

    I tried each of them and it didn't appear to make any difference. However if I bypass one of the plugins the GUI's behaviour reverts to normal.


  4. I've been experimenting with the LP-MB. It's an excellent plugin and works well. However, if I add a second instance of this plugin, I get the same problem as the OP. With 2 instances of LPhase Multiband in a project, the GUI becomes sluggish. It becomes impossible to stop playback once playback has been started and doesn't stop until the end of the project has been reached, after which it then responds to any key press or mouseclick that has taken place in the meantime. It's frustrating.

    [version 1.0.3.84]


  5. On 7/11/2020 at 10:59 PM, Noel Borthwick said:

    @KevMany issues with mono interleave were fixed in the 05 release. Can you share your project file that has the issue?
    Without seeing the signal flow and plugins we can't investigate the cause of what you are seeing.

    If Gswitz is correct, then my problem was due to my mistaken belief about interleave's position in the signal chain rather than anything specific to the project.


  6. I'm finding that setting the interleave button to mono on a track doesn't make any difference. The output signal remains stereo regardless. The track contains mono clips and there are some stereo effects in the fx bin.

    Version 2020.05 (Build 039)


  7. 12 hours ago, Kalle Rantaaho said:

    How's your display and screen resolution in your new machine compared to the old one? I think many have noticed that modern high resolution displays can be problematic wit programs that are designed for lower resolutions.

    I only replaced the computer, not the screens. I also transferred the old graphics cards to the new machine. There should really be no difference.


  8. We had a power outage a few weeks ago and I was happy that my computer remained on while everything else in the house was off. Outages are not uncommon here, but also power dips have been have been more of a problem. I used to get random crashes on both my PCs and I suspected that they were caused by power dips. I have never had any random crashes on my DAW PC since I connected it to the UPS, but I still get them on the family PC.

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  9. On 1/13/2020 at 8:39 AM, Agincourtdb said:

    ...Here's my concern: what about the Cakewalk legacy instruments/effects? I'm pretty sure I have installer disks for most of them, at least up through X3... I think Platinum was a download version purchase. Can anyone who had that stuff and did a clean install reassure me they didn't lose access to anything? Will Command Center still work?...

    All of the installers are available for download on your MyProducts page:
    https://www.cakewalk.com/My-Account/Products

    Command Centre is not essential for these most of the installations.


  10. On 1/10/2020 at 6:59 AM, Robert Bone said:

    ... It all gets conditioned power, from an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), that has automatic voltage regulation, so there is never any issues with the voltage, and no chance of a ground loop's hum...

    I have a UPS, but I don't like to overtax it with too many items of outboard gear, so I only have 3 items connected to it, including the computer. I'm not sure whether ground loops ever occur in my system. The UPS itself hums continuously anyway, so sometimes it's hard to tell.


  11. On 12/8/2019 at 1:03 AM, chuckebaby said:

    If there is one thing I truly miss about the analog days was the ease of use... of a pitch knob.

    I'm dreaming of a future technology that allows you to speed up and slow down audio playback by means of a continuously variable sample rate.


  12. Graphics cards can be a factor too. I have a 24-inch 1920x1200 screen that I have used with 2 different computers and ended up using different display settings for each. With one of them (with an Nvidia gaming card) I found it necessary to set the resolution to 1280x800, as text was often difficult to read at the native resolution. But on the other one (Matrox card) I found the native resolution acceptable.

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