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D Chance Gold

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  1. I don't hear count in, I don't hear anything. The metronome is always routed to my Master bus.
  2. On some projects the metronome works fine, but on others, nada. Does't matter whether I choose audio or MIDI metronome, recording or playback, I hear nothing. I can see the count-in in the now time module.
  3. Thanks but track inspector is not part of my work flow. Most DAW's use a track inspector to access controls for the selected track. I've never liked that paradigm. One of my favorite features of Cakewalk has always been having everything right there in the track header.
  4. I also am very happy to have the new support for multi-timbral instruments. I logged a FR for this a long time ago. It was always a pain to have to have two tracks (MIDI and audio) for every output pair. This is great, thank you! I would like to see Gain control and MIDI FX bin added to the soft synth track type. Without these, it's still necessary to have separate MIDI and audio tracks.
  5. Thank you! Heh, it was a bit tricky to find that, had to trundle through a lot of German settings to find that page.
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    CbB is German today

    I fired up CbB this morning and the menus and dialogs are in German! I thought I'd seen everything. Just brilliant. I refreshed the activation in Bandlab Asst, that did nothing. Does anyone know where the language is set? Is it a reg key? I really do not want to do a reinstall.
  7. Which folder is redundant? The one at C:\Users\Public\Documents\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\Metronome ?
  8. Thanks Scott, that worked. I see the files are now in C:\ProgramData\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core\Metronome. Is that the folder they get copied to when you hold down SHIFT and start CbB?
  9. Running CbB 2019.09 In metronome settings, the dropdown box for choosing sounds for the audio metronome is empty. The sounds are installed at C:\Users\Public\Documents\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\Metronome. C:\Users\Public\Documents\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\ is the root of my Cakewalk content as selected in the Setup and reflected in Setup Folder Locations. Why isn't CbB finding the sounds?
  10. Looks like you're right. I couldn't install the Studio Mixing FX Suite on top of Bandlab. Grrrrr!
  11. Thank you Colin, you're a lifesaver!!!
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    BlueTube plugins

    OK so I just installed CbB on my new PC and apparently the BlueTube plugins are no longer bundled because they're gone. And like an idiot I hard deleted the VST folder on my old machine so I can't fetch them from there. Is there some way to get hold of these? This is a disaster.
  13. Excellent, thanks Scott!
  14. Thanks Scott. Are the keyboard shortcuts stored somewhere? CbB crashes on start on my old machine so I can't run it to export from Prefs.
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    Migrating to new PC

    I have a new PC and a fresh install of Bandlab. I found my plugin menus from the old install. The install folders and audio interface are different this time. How do I recover my Control Bar and keyboard shortcuts?
  16. This is my #1 FR for the product, I've been asking for this for years. Ever since the matrix was added to Sonar. It's of no use to me w/o record capability. I don't use pre-recorded loops. Having to record in track view and then import into the matrix is WAY too many steps and creates a lot of sync issues.
  17. I agree with the OP 100%. Studio One's "folder as bus" feature is incredibly useful. In Cake you have to create an aux track and place it in the folder and route all the tracks in the folder to the aux track (which acts as a bus). Sure there are workarounds, but it would be simple and clean to add this feature.
  18. Yes it does generally work as designed, but it's not uncommon for Cake to overlap clips in take lanes -- I wish I knew the specific cases that cause it to happen. When doing d&d If take lanes are showing, Cake forces you to drop the clip on a take lane. I guess this is a workaround to insure you get overlapping clips in their own lanes.
  19. Yes, but that's a Record option, not what I'm looking for. I want Cake to place clips in separate lanes when editing would cause clips to overlap. AFAIK this is supposed to be the default behavior, and sometimes Cake will place overlapped clips in their own lane as one expects, but other times not. Perhaps it's a bug.
  20. Is there a setting somewhere where you can tell Bandlab to always use different take lanes for overlapping clips? I'm not talking about live recording, I'm talking about moving clips around on the timeline with d&d or cut/copy/paste. Often I overlap clips in an audio track, then when I open the take lanes, even though Sonar may have created a bunch of take lanes, I'll have a single take lane with overlapping clips in it. This defeats the whole purpose of take lanes for me. I know take lanes have lots of other uses for comping, etc, but I just want to be able to access non-overlapped clips that overlap in the track.
  21. I have a project in which automation lanes are being completely ignored. Track, aux track, bus, all ignored. I've just tried with native volume and pan. Other projects work as expected. Is there a project-wide automation toggle or something that might explain this? Using Bandlab 2019.07
  22. Yeah I gave that a try. It's OK for opening ONE track to its previous size, but disappearing the track expand/collapse buttons on every track is not at all what I'm looking for.
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