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  1. That also fits the tracks horizontally, doesn't it? I'd like just horizontal fit...
  2. My zoom frustration is not having a "Fit tracks horizontally" command. The vertical fit command seems to exist. It might well be I'm just being bling again and just not finding it anywhere. Having a bit smaller zoom jumps with Ctrl + Left and Ctrl + Right would also be nice. The way it's now is very coarse.
  3. Have had these for a while. Most of them sound good to me and there's quite a bit of variety. You certainly can get better bass sounds with these rigs than with any bass amp/cab combos that come with TH-U Full, imo.
  4. I know this is not the correct thread for this, but what the heck... One small cosmetic fix suggestion to automation envelopes before the release: Please make the envelope node dots flat in appearance! That sphere-like gradient is so 90's and a completely flat color would be not only more modern but also much clearer. The color should be the color of the line when not selected and a bit darker to show selected status. It's probably just one routine which is used to draw the node dot, so not much to change there... Thanks! 😁
  5. I'd like to see a feature where you could set permanent export settings per project: export source (track selection), destination (tracks/buses/whatnot), export folder, start and end markers and all that you now need to set every time. The feature would allow you to have everything set so that you only edit the export file name and start exporting. You could have many different settings for WAV, MP3 etc. Another one would be the non-destructive track/clip normalization. mentioned many times here already.
  6. I think this started at some CbB version (can't remember which); prior to that the 32-bit thingies had worked quite well. The clicking mentioned makes most of 32-bit VST instruments I used to use unusable. I'm on Scarlett, too (2i2 3rd Gen), and it might have to do with its drivers as well and not CbB at all. I think I get similarish clicking with Sonarworks Systemwide, when the Focusrite buffers are on the greater side.
  7. I'd like to see a non-destructive normalization function as well. I guess it shouldn't be too hard to calculate the right amount of clip gain increase to set the level curve to the right height...
  8. petemus

    Sonarworks BF Sale

    I have this, too, with Focusrite 2i2 3rd Gen. It happens only with bigger ASIO buffer sizes, 1024 samples producing the most annoying stutter and some kind of audio slowdown. I don't use the new Sonarworks Systemwide ASIO mode, but the Windows Audio mode. An upgrade to Sonarworks has been released since I tried, so maybe I should give the ASIO mode another try now. This is not that big of a deal, but it would be nice to be able to keep the Focusrite buffer size at whatever value and not have to tweak it to listen to Spotify or Youtube. The problem hasn't gone away with the latest beta driver from Focusrite.
  9. @Noel Borthwick I just did some testing and it seems no crashing occurs with projects now, even when Sonarworks VST is active. I tested with a couple of projects, one of which even has a few 32-bit plugins in it. I even tested changing the buffer size on the fly (= project playing back), still no crash. Maybe it was just "one of those days". 🙂 Everything is ok now, and I guess we can close this case.
  10. Yes, will do that a.s.a.p. I might try to reproduce the crash again with more details as to what I did before it. Now that I quickly tried using the buffer slider with a very small project which has the Sonarworks VST in it, no crash occurred. 🤔
  11. It's actually that latest beta driver. 😁 Sonarworks is running in my projects as a VST, which disables the Systemwide (which is always running as well). My settings force the Sonarworks Virtual Audio Device into use at all times. I've not experienced BSODs in a long time with Scarlett, which is nice. I also experience terrible stuttering of Windows audio when setting the Scarlett's buffer to the larger ones. That's probably more of a Sonarworks issue, which I should report to them to get the situation remedied - they'd probably fix it for tomorrow, that's how responsive their support is. 😊 I have to switch to larger ASIO buffer sizes for mixing larger projects with Cakewalk, and then back to smaller to make the stutter go away, when using Spotify, Youtube or such..
  12. Thanks for the update, seems to work quite nicely all in all. Using the new latency slider crashes Cakewalk on my system, though. No exception dialog is shown, the UI just vanishes and the process dies. This is after I OK/Apply the change. I'm using Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen with the latest drivers and also Sonarworks Studio Reference, the latest version, on Win 10 1903, with latest updates. I also have the Sonarworks VST in the project. I have a crash dump I can deliver for post mortem examination... WinDbg analyze shows heap corruption (again).
  13. I think I'll leave it at zero now that it works again. Export can take as long as it likes if it just doesn't crash. 😁 There were no problems before I started to adjust the buffer value, so I don't think tinkering with switching driver modes is necessary. I might still check again with the larger buffer, if it crashes in ASIO mode. Thanks!
  14. It might just be that I didn't have the slightest clue about what I was doin' with it... 😊 No touchy-touchy, if no understand!
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