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  1. Happens here too. 19.9 hotfix. I replied to a thread in Feedback Loop regardingt this. But this is the appropriate place.
  2. Happening here too. Except mine is stuck on fast fade in.
  3. Instead of alternating between 3/4 and 4/4, you can make that section 7/4.
  4. I'm not sure if this will help but here goes. I have several hardware Midi devices connected through a Midisport 4x4. I use a freeware utility called MidiTrix which allows any Midi input to be matrixed to any output including virtual ports such as LoopBe and rtpMidi. This allows me to control any of my devices from any other without regard to DAW settings.
  5. I have seen this also. Click on the clip and the waveform will draw. At least it does for me
  6. Guys, OP wants some sort of Stop Marker before the end of the project. I think if one were to experiment with some kind of midi loopback (whether a physical cable or virtual like LoopBe) it may be possible to place a stop command into a midi track. I'm too lazy to do the experiment myself
  7. Seriously? You want to trade a biannual log in for a pop-up every time you open CbB?
  8. Have you tried the new filter for the Smart Tool? Unselect "Comp" in the Smart Tool drop-down. Then you can edit take lanes much the same way as you could back when they were called "Layers". The short answer to your question is; yes. However when lanes are open track edits must be made on one (or more) of the lanes, not the track itself.
  9. Use Shift-Right click. Don't move the cursor so far away that it turns into an arrow (it should be a pencil). Cntrl-Right click also works. edited to add: I think this is broken. It should work with just the right click.
  10. I also use Normalize often. Usually it's only one clip at a time so I don't have the same issue as the OP, but maybe I have learned to only do one at a time to avoid the problems.
  11. Yes, kind of.. You still have to name the clip. There is an option in the Tracks tab (In Track View) to copy track names to clip names. However this also adds a number to the clip name (which is what you are trying to avoid). So this is not a perfect solution for the problem. What I do when exporting mixes, stems or individual tracks (that contain more than one clip) is first create a new track and name it. Then I bounce whatever I want to export to that track. The rendered clip will have the same name as the track. After verifying that the clip sounds as it should I export the clip. FWIW I like your idea. It would make exported files of multiple tracks much easier to organize.
  12. If you export clips instead of tracks the clip name will be the name of the resulting file.
  13. Korg 1212 I/O. I had an ADAT and that card had a control port for it as well as an optical port. I had a local computer store build a bleeding-edge Pentium 4 machine around it. The whole setup cost over $7K. Korg stopped supporting that card about a week after I got the computer home but it worked well so it wasn't a problem. A year or so later I bought a second ADAT and a BRC so I pulled out the Korg card and installed a card By Sonorus that had 2 ADAT optical ports. I used that rig for several years and while it is currently gathering dust in my dinosaur exhibit, it still works.
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