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  1. The settings in Audio preferences are slightly different between Sonar and Cakewalk BD. I seem to recall that ShareDriversWithOtherPrograms has the opposite effect than what you might have expected. I would try unchecking that option. You should also make sure that sample rate is consistent between Sonar/Cakewalk and windows. Any particular reason for using Sonar rather than Cakewalk Bandlab ?
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  3. Just to confirm that articulations are being ignored when using scrub in PRV. And yes it is frustrating. Hard to believe it's by design. Wasn't able to repro the issue with "now time" - that seemed to be working, or maybe I didn't do it right (or wrong). Steve
  4. Have you made sure Cakewalk and Windows are using the same Sample Rate? (and any other standalone instrument applications, for that matter)
  5. Youtuber Creative Sauce has lots of Cakewalk related videos - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZqXiL2L36g
  6. Quite a few 32bit plugins make that kind of noise on my system.
  7. If you run Clean Audio with a project open then Search Entire PC is not checked. It defaults to the current project path but you can change that to be whatever path you want.
  8. Audio Interface Direct Monitor button switched on?
  9. 1. De-Select Realtec Asio Driver in Cakewalk audio prefs. Then select Audiobox drivers. 2. Uninstall Realtek Asio driver from your system Unless you really need it, disable Realtek Audio device in Windows Sound settings and just use the Audiobox for all audio ie make that your default audio device in Windows settings - make sure sample rates in windows match the sample sate in Cakewalk and any other audio apps.
  10. No you dont need to keep inserting the synth over and over. You just need to have audio tracks set up to receive the synth audio output. So just insert audio track and set input to synth output. Do that for as many tracks as you want to record. I've never used aux tracks so have no idea whether they will do the same but maybe they do. Easy enough to check out the input options on the aux tracks. Using this method i dont think you even need to bother splitting the instrument track. Steve
  11. Sounds like you are using an Instrument track. An Instrument track just records the midi. You need to split the track using the track right click menu option "Split Instrument Track". This will give a midi track and an audio track related to the synth. Set Record on whichever you want to record. Steve
  12. Great piece of work. Both Strings and Brass working well and sounding good. Thankyou very much. Steve
  13. That's the Bandlab online, browser based music collab program. This forum is for users of the Cakewalk program. Cakewalk is now owned by Bandlab but is an entirely different product. Steve I had a look at the Bandlab app. To hear what you are playing you need to click on the Monitoring icon (bottom left of Bandlab window). You need to make sure you've selected the correct input device. There's a latency test from the File Settings menu you should try. Note - I couldnt get the latency test to work successfully and gave up. I could hear my guitar playing but latency was too bad. That's the extent of my Bandlab experience. Cakewalk has integration with Bandlab in that you can move projects between the programs. For recording guitar I suspect you will have more success with Cakewalk but its a somewhat steeper learning curve (but worth it). Lots more help available for Cakewalk on this forum. Check out Creative Sauce vids on Youtube Good luck
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