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  1. 5 hours ago, Colin Nicholls said:

    What's wrong with the current one? Please post your ideas and mock-ups in the Feedback forum.

    The console view is not great. I would like to be able to see the numbering on the  meters when you are in  narrow mode.

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  2. Just so everyone knows if not already, its not compatible with Window 7 or 8. It will only run on Windows 10. The new midi editor looks good and adds a bit of color which I feel Studio 1  is lacking. Its catching up with Cakewalk as many of the features added have long being in Cakewalk. If  Bandlab could now update a few of its features it will be great. The audio engine is still an issue  in cakewalk with drop outs especially with 3rd party plugins.. Big upgrade price and not really worth it  as I feel it should be still a 4.6  update. Also the web servers crashing and saying "you crashed the server was a pretty lame excuse which peed.. off may users. If you like  updates go for it otherwise wait for a new release or a patch as I am sure it also has loads of bugs.

  3. On 6/27/2020 at 5:10 PM, ADUS said:

    why be so cynical?   Robert has tons of free videos on youtube helping the community and seems like a nice guy!  

    I'm not I didn't know what was happening  it's says nothing  how are  you supposed to know. It keeps saying it will start in 24 minutes time. A simple message saying video starts at ?? would be suffice. I'm sure many more would then enjoy its contents.

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  4. A good CPU  is more important than the motherboard  audio  works different that graphic packets which handles cores  so the more the better not so for audio as most processes are real time this is a good one Intel Core i7-8700 Desktop Processor 6 Cores up to 4.6 GHz LGA 1151 300 Series 65W


    ASRock B365M Phantom Gaming 4 LGA1151/ Intel B365/ DDR4/ Quad CrossFireX/ SATA3&USB3.1/ M.2/ A&GbE/MicroATX Motherboard

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  5. 3 hours ago, David Baay said:

    Sort of. brundlefly is yours truly. The new forum defaulted to showing my real name, and I decided to leave it that way.

    David Baay, a.k.a. brundlefly, a.k.a Seth Brundle.

    I only recognise a few of the old names on here now since the forum changed to a new platform. Nice to know you are still out there as you offered  very valuable information over the years.

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  6. 2 hours ago, Feral State Sound said:

    Maybe the easy solution is to use REAPER to edit the multitrack drums and export the stems to Cakewalk again. 

    On the other hand, I think that you should concentrate on doing an excellent course and just then think on a competitive price that matches its quality. 

    Edit: Finally, I can't understand why Bandlab is not interested on working with you or with other content creators to make oficial stuff. They are not doing nothing on that regard.

    Brundlefry mentions this as a workaround. 
    What you want to do is select all clips, and Apply Trimming to destructively apply the slip-edits, and then disable Audiosnap on all the clips, either using the AS Palette or the Audiosnap section of the Clip tab in the Track Inspector.

    Is brundlefry still with us?

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  7. 2 hours ago, ChernobylStudios said:

    Hey there,

    Your points for #1 wouldn't be a problem and would be showcased in a real-time mix of a song.

    Points for #2 are where things get iffy. For one, Cakewalk  will struggle with multi-tracked drums, however, I doubt highly most people are using Cakewalk to track multi-track drums. But editing the other instruments could be shown, I suppose.

    #3, sure.  But most of that stuff isn't going to be free.

    I'm not feeling very nostalgic, haha, I've totally converted to Cubase but I can't deny that I still get tons of questions, comments, and emails about using Cakewalk.   :D


    You said Cakewalk will struggle with multi-tracked drums. Can you explain further? Can you let us know the difference in  this feature in Cubase where I presume it works well to Cakewalk. Is Cakewalk aware of these issues?

  8. Comprehensive Video.

    To keep everyone happy on here by all means  do these videos but use the stock plugins that come with Bandlab. Recording, mixing and mastering is around $47-77 Dollars for other Daws tutorials.   If you want more you  will price yourself out of the market. The dollar exchange rate is  terrible for Euro and  Sterling so any higher will not just sell.  From the  numerous emails I receive all companies trading  in US dollars are  getting hit badly and they are offering huge discounts including Waves plugins which used to be so expensive. 

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  9. It's an incredible offer from Bandlab and all  you have to do is give your email and  and you have  a great DAW for free. Just look at the updates alone since they took over. Incredible, and you get the man who designs and writes this software  Noel answering  the forum questions. It don't get any better than that. Thank Bandlab for a job well done.

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