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  1. I'm sorry if I caused any confusion with my 48/24 sampling rate information. I do indeed mean 48 khz with 24 being the setting for the audio driver bit depth. My AudioBox USB 96 installation defaulted to ASIO in Bandlab. Should I even be considering changing that? Everything was working fine as could be expect until I changed the sampling rate to 48. I've changed the project setting back to 44.1 for future projects (see above screen shots). I don't see an easy way to switch this project back to 44.1: http://forum.cakewalk.com/Changing-the-sample-rate-for-an-existing-project-m3334664.aspx It's almost finished so it's not a big problem. Thanks for all your help.
  2. A friend suggested I start new projects using 48/24 sampling rates instead of 44.1/24 which I had been using. It seems like Bandlab feels sluggish with the new settings. I do my usual tricks with my old PC machine of freezing synths and archiving unused tracks but something feels different. It could just be because of the elements of the new song project. Sonar also seems to crash more which I usually associate with memory problems. I'm looking for anything thoughts on whether I should being using 48/24 and upgrade my hardware or go back to 44.1 because the sound quality difference doesn't really matter.
  3. This is probably something not worth doing if it's too difficult. I have a 3 verse song that uses an ezDrummer MIDI drum track. The song is basically finished with 30 tracks but I'd like to hear quickly what the song might sound like with an additional verse without re-recording everything. Ideally, I would copy all 30 tracks for verse 1 from the first MIDI downbeat to the last MIDI beat in verse 1 and paste it right after moving everything else in the song to the right. I wouldn't expect this 'splice' to sound great but I could quickly get the idea of whether I liked the additional verse idea or not. Thanks.
  4. Sorry for the delayed reply. Thanks for everyone's feedback. Just turning on Groove Clip looping and stretching the measure is all I need. Thanks.
  5. In the old days (Sonar 8.5) I could take a Boss drum machine output rhythm set to the same tempo as SONAR, record a measure in SONAR, and then easily copy/paste that measure many times. I would right click on the single MIDI measure, change the # of beats in the Property menu to 8 or whatever, turn on Groove Clip Looping, copy the measure, make snap properties 'musical time' set to Whole Notes, and then paste it at the end of the measure 99 times or whatever. This basic technique came from an old SONAR forum post. Can anyone please tell me how to accomplish the same thing in Bandlab? Thanks.
  6. Hi.  I moved my Marker export question to that section the next day.  I put it in the wrong forum by accident.


    1. Jim Fogle

      Jim Fogle

      Hi Sven,

      Thanks for letting me know.  I hope moving the question helps you to quickly obtain an answer.  Have a wonderful day!

  7. (I put this question in the Feedback Loop section yesterday by accident) If you sort the audio effects by Category SONAR gives a nice list to see what's available for each type of signal processing. Is there any easy way to get this list exported to a text file or any other output format? I just want to see a list of every effect installed in Bandlab. Thanks.
  8. If you sort the audio effects by Category SONAR gives a nice list to see what's available for each type of signal processing. Is there any easy way to get this list exported to a text file? Thanks.
  9. I'm surprised this ability is still not in Sonar after all these years. As far I know there is no way to have your start and end region for Export saved with the project. I usually know exactly where my song will start and end and I set up Start/End markers for future reference. I then use these marker to specify the region for export but I have to do this every time I open the project again. There are various tricks to make it easier when you reopen the project to specify this region for export but I'm not sure why Sonar can't remember the export start and end region when the project is saved It would be a real time saver to not have to repeat this process every time you want to do a new export. The marked export region seldom changes. Some threads already touch on this subject: Thanks.
  10. I find it incredible that you can't save Start/End Markers for mixes. It seems like there could at least be a Save option to retain the current marked region or something similar. My understanding is that the Bandlab people have been very receptive to maintaining and improving Sonar. Is there a way to suggest perhaps adding this 'feature' to a later release?
  11. Do any of these export marking methods actually get saved with the project? I haven't found a way yet to mark my beginning and end of mix for export and have Sonar remember that when I open it again. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. I don't want to have to ctrl-A to mark everything, select the start and end times, and then do an export every time I open the project and change a part. I want it to remember the selected mix times when I reopen the project. Thanks.
  12. I finally started using Bandlab and I'm enjoying it so far. In the older days I couldn't find a convenient way to expressly mark the beginning and end of my project for an export mix. I had to highlight the time ruler bar and then export that making sure I got the highlighted section just right. Maybe there was an easier way I just didn't know about. Is there a way to tell Bandlab exactly where your export mix will begin and end and never have that change that unless you move the markers? Thanks.
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