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  1. They do not do the same thing. To me they serve very different purposes, though both do have save and recall functionality. There are many threads/posts that address the differences. If someone else doesn't post links to those threads/posts, I'll see if I can compile a list.
  2. No need to condescend. I disagree with your reading of the post you cited. I use "hmmm" in many cases as a sign that I am thinking about what someone said. I don't think I have ever used it as a sign of ridicule, condescension, condemnation, etc. such as you have in this case. To me his comments do not seem to reflect such a tone that you attribute to it. Contrast the use of "hmmm" with the following: Is "hmmmm" intentionally insulting to you? That being said, I think your point that CbB should halt installation and issue a warning instead of installing the update might be valid if what you say is true. If you read the forum, you will see that there were issues and feedback given regarding the Windows Component that is part of The Edge. Changes were made. Maybe other changes are needed if the developers want to make CbB work under Windows 7. I don't know. Do you want an installer for an older version of Bandlab or Cakewalk? If the latter, perhaps there are still some links for rollback versions a "rollback installer" in the forum.
  3. Footnote: About a month ago there was a Humble Bundle that included (I think it was approx. 20 USD) included updated, non-SONAR Editions of these three AAS products plus other products all of which are not limited to SONAR/CbB.
  4. With new activity in this thread, I decided to update latency mon (from 6.71 home to 7.00 home). Today, LatencyMon was squarely in the red from the start unlike previously plus I have the wdf01000.sys issue. It could be coincidence, but after some Windows Updates over the past month or two I have noticed System interrupts using increasingly more of my CPU. I have needed to adjust settings and pay closer attention to CPU load to avoid driving the CPU above the level that interferes with audio (pops, crackles, distortion, etc.) I haven't yet gotten to explore what is causing the increased System interrupts load. Prior to today: "Your system appears to be suitable for handling real-time audio and other tasks without dropouts. LatencyMon has been analyzing your system for 0:15:00 (h:mm:ss) on all processors." Today: "Your system seems to be having difficulty handling real-time audio and other tasks. You may experience drop outs, clicks or pops due to buffer underruns. One or more DPC routines that belong to a driver running in your system appear to be executing for too long. One problem may be related to power management, disable CPU throttling settings in Control Panel and BIOS setup. Check for BIOS updates. LatencyMon has been analyzing your system for 0:16:02 (h:mm:ss) on all processors."
  5. I know we can leave real gear to heirs; does anyone know if these virtual gear companies also disallow transfers to heirs?
  6. Its been a while since I tested storing meter preferences in Workspaces. I do remember a discussion about it that I participated in. I do recall that preferred meter scales are saved somewhere. I will see if I can try to find that thread. ADDENDUM: Still looking here and here. Not sure if either of these threads address your specific issue. Maybe I am misremembering about meter preferences being saved in Workspaces. I will try to find my tests.
  7. That's what I thought based on this: although the references to "were initially started at" and "was started at" made me wonder if just the beginnings of the songs were too fast. ^^^ This. Out of curiosity, would this work for you? Note: "Before" is at 160 BPM; "After" is at 80 BPM. Are you saying that the project includes both MIDI and audio?
  8. In the SONAR series, I went from 3 to 5 to 6 then directly to 8.5. Good thing I don't need this to round out my collection (or for any other reason). Seriously, though, it reminds me of liquidation sales from decades ago--when some liquidator would buy a chain's entire inventory and then go from place to place ["5 Days Only - GIGANTIC Liquidation Sale"]** without any idea of the value (or lack thereof) of many of the items that had been in mothballs for years before the chain went under. Nowadays its like the people who go garage sale/tag sale shopping and resell items at absurd prices. If I could get $4.99 for each of the ads sliced out of my old music mags like some of these people . . . . **"All Sales Final. No Refunds For Any Reason"
  9. So, you are saying if you take intellectual property that belongs to someone else (and is not designated as free by the property owner) without compensating the developer/owner, it is not stealing, it is infringement and therefore is OK because if the owner cared about getting paid, the owner would make licenses available? Just trying to understand the issue.
  10. One of the features I appreciate about Melda Productions UI is the ability to close/turn off each section as needed. Once I get MB (or non-MB) graphics looking picture pretty, I can just turn off the displays and keep just whatever I need in front of me. I have an older system, so saving CPU power by turning off unneeded animated graphics is a definite benefit of the UI design--even though it has a learning curve that's too steep for me.
  11. @MarianoGF How do you get (1) more than one option and (2) a column for checks? I only had one option and no check column, so I thought it was a tooltip for the button. In fact, when I turned tooltips off, I didn't get it at all regardless of the size of the module. So, if you turn tooltips off do you still get the box with what seems to be options to select? Verified on my PC, too: OK. I figured it out--I was hovering not right-clicking. When I right clicked, I got the same quickly disappearing selection box (even when using Mercury and Tungsten). I was able to make the change, but the box shouldn't time out like that.
  12. Is that what that button is for!!!!!! LOL. I've had it for decades and had no idea what the image on the button was trying to communicate--totally non-intuitive icon.
  13. Neither. See comments from others. 'Nuff said!
  14. Yup! Unfortunately, there is no way to tell if the following is what they had in mind or if they were thinking of other "important components . . . that haven't been touched for almost two decades." I just took a guess, but who knows what they had in mind. UPDATE: I just checked the SONAR X1 on my XP PC: (c) 2001-2002. That fits with "almost two decades ago." But again, who knows what they had in mind.
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