Jump to content

John

Members
  • Content Count

    710
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

John last won the day on December 27 2018

John had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

423 Excellent

1 Follower

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Cakewalk is a far better DAW than Sonar was.
  2. John

    buss

    If you If you have a send for example it will also sound. You would need to lower the return fader too.
  3. John

    buss

    I wonder what you are really asking? The volume of that buss will be lower.
  4. There is also a Deals forum that list all kinds of deals and free plugins. https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php?/forum/34-deals/
  5. I admire anyone that understands more than one language. I wish I did. I consider it a personal short coming on my part that I don't. This forum is for anyone that uses Cakewalk. Not everyone is a an English speaker. Thus as long as a member can answer in the language a question is asked in I think it would be great if we that are limited by having only one language be a little more tolerant. For the rest of us there are solutions for translating if we wish to do so. I have noticed many helpful members supply a translation often. That should be enough.
  6. Welcome to the forum. Its always good to see new people here. If you have any questions about Cakewalk ask them here at anytime.
  7. I don't know what that is except it sounds like a bad connection or a dirty potentiometer can cause that sound. I would replace any cables going to or from the audio device.
  8. Right, the only problem is some plugins don't like to be over driven. Its better to have all tracks at a level that fits the mix without pushing things to hard. One way I like to start mixing is putting all tracks at infinity. Then raising each one at a time to fit the mix.
  9. Bdickens is right. Don't allow clipping on the track or the bus. Also you don't ever need to be that loud.
  10. I can't think how that could be unless it's clipping and really useless. BTW MIDI gives you total control over all aspects of music creation including levels, weather working with soft synths or hardware.
  11. I'm not sure that is an issue. In Ozone you can place a VST of your choice at the end of the module chain or anywhere else. That is not all that different to what Cakewalk does. I don't think you can "put anything after" Cakewalk either. Though, it is true that Cakewalk offers far more options as to how you insert a plugin and where.
  12. The standalone version of Ozone 9 can use third party VST plugins.
  13. MIDI is digital. Musical Instrument Digital Interface. There is no such thing as an analog MIDI. LOL I know you know this but the new users may not.
×
×
  • Create New...