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  1. Using the old shortcut by Holding down ALT when replacing an effect without the "new replace effect feature" now replace the entire FX bin with one chosen effect by DELETING every other effect in the bin!!!
  2. I gaved gou advice here. Then you go and insult me here, but I get a warning? Wookiee can ban me for all I care!
  3. If a file was recorded with two of the same mics, both L&R channels will be balanced. Using two completely different brands - Rode or Telefunken: The sensitivities of thes are different, so the dB of each channel in the stereo field will vary.
  4. You can split it yourself. What if you dont want the stereo track to be split on import to save some track space | OR | because it doesnt need extra work done on it?
  5. LOL. You cant go wrong with Sweetwater. No1 destination.
  6. This might help you. https://www.sweetwater.com/c808--Mixing_Control_Surfaces I have the Akai MidiMix. Havent used it in a while since the completion of the studio in the backyard.
  7. Your health should always be a priority. Yes, although composing, mixing, playing an instrument or singing is a form of meditation for some - it still puts a strain on your health. I always take an hour break if im more than 2 hours in the studio.
  8. It is a NO from me too - sorry. I also dont see how this will be easier on your "Body." The golden rule is to take breaks in between.
  9. If you know the tempo of the audio file, this shouldnt be a problem.
  10. I hear you. I did 3 songs for another studio and they are strictly analog with Patch Bays I had to get used to everytime I would record something. We would sometimes take a bus comp that sounded better than a mono hardware and turn this stereo comp to mono, with these patch bays (totally different experience,) but the original track always goes silent and we would only hear the track its gona be printed on. I'm not sure if its a hardware setup in the studio, I will have to contact that studio's technician to ask the guy. Anyway . . . Just a curious thought in the digital world now that cakewalks patched inputs are finally fixed. Thanks again.
  11. Question on Tracks sourced from aux track L/R/S EXAMPLE: Track 1: Stereo Synth. Track 2: Aux/Track with patch point set to L - input (mono) When track 2 is armed - obviously both tracks are heard when you play Stereo Track 1 | and the armed L-input AUX Track 2. This always believes me thinking the Input L/R are still bleeding into the stereo field, until I solo the Aux Track. Now the question is: and I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong topic - isn't there a way for track 1 to mute behind the scenes and only let the armed track be heard to give the user the actual picture of what is being projected to him through these inputs? It already sounds difficult - I know. Lol. Video with Audio Example 1_1.mp4 EDIT: When set to R on the input - the track sounds different.
  12. The EA installer just asked me to sign in as the administrator, but I only have one account on the system as the administrator - weird. Clicked, OK and the install started. Probably a Microsoft update again. Just thought I should post here in case others run the same issue. Did some digging and the system seems to be OK. Oh-well. EDIT: It's with the new EA Update 1 - Build 031.
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