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  1. @Gary Shore, If you're on a budget you may want to take a look at the MT Power Drumkit VST: https://www.powerdrumkit.com/
  2. JRR Shop $9.99 US. Use discount code "GROUP" at checkout for additional discount. https://www.jrrshop.com/air-music-tech-xpand-2
  3. Greg Hendershott ( TwelveTones/Cakewalk founder) blog post: http://www.greghendershott.com/2012/08/ancient-history.html "About Me": https://www.greghendershott.com/About.html 2007 "Cakewalk 20th Anniversary Greh Hendershott interview": https://cdm.link/2007/11/interview-cakewalk-founder-greg-hendershott-20-years-on/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/p_kirn/albums/72157603043717151 Roland Acquires Majority Stake in Cakewalk: https://cdm.link/2008/01/namm-roland-acquires-majority-of-cakewalk-promises-joint-products-in-2008/ Great resource for developing a timeline: http://www.cakewalk.com/Press/2003 1989 Software Review: https://www.jstor.org/stable/3680048?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
  4. Nice list overall. I must say there are more points raised that I agree with than disagree. You obviously put some thought into it and use Cakewalk by BandLab enough to bring comments from different modules together. Good "to do" list @Some Guy
  5. Wow, Xpand!2 is a 1.3 GB download in compressed format. That's a lot of multi-timbrel sounds. I just couldn't resist at $8.39 US. Thanks @Starship Krupa and @filo. Appreciate it guys.
  6. @Starship Krupa I just checked and yes, found it on sale at PlugIn Boutique https://www.pluginboutique.com/product/1-Instruments/64-Virtual-Instrument/1560-Xpand-2/?a_aid=5abf3e9769e18&gclid=CjwKCAjwlovtBRBrEiwAG3XJ-0ZrNyVMHFW_h7qSDX3e3gPWKjNxAmBuMYEhPXdocH-CcF2BwNA7CBoC2OEQAvD_BwE and here is the developer's webpage: https://www.airmusictech.com/product/xpand2#.XaPCSH97nZ5 Thanks for sharing that thought Starship Krupa! That is a great suggestion.
  7. Another good video tutorial Mike. Thank you!
  8. @Chuck E Baby, thank you for the compliment. I enjoy reading your posts for the same reasons.
  9. There never has been a TTS-2. My understanding is TTS-1 is a variation of an earlier Roland software sound module that Roland called HyperCanvas. Roland built it as an OEM product for Cakewalk. Both products replaced an even earlier software solution called Virtual Sound Canvas or VSC. The TTS-1 was first released in 2004. Roland currently has a competing retail product called Sound Canvas VA that sells for about $125 US. Read more about it here: https://www.roland.com/global/products/sound_canvas_va/ Roland also has a subscription model of the Sound Canvas VA. It is located here: https://www.rolandcloud.com/catalog/legendary/sound-canvas-va Yamaha also released a software based midi sound module but I don't know much about it except it existed but is no longer available. I suspect your TTS-1 files are corrupt. I would delete all my existing TTS-1 files from the computer, reboot the computer to clear memory then get a fresh download of CbB using BandLab Assistant. BandLab Assistant should see the files are missing and replace them. The easiest way to find the files and delete them is to use Windows File Explorer to search your primary drive using the search term TTS-1.
  10. Ever watch an orchestra give a performance? They use sheet music! Ever watch a marching band? They use sheet music too! Ever see photos of session musicians? They use lead and chord sheets too! Guitar Pro? Uses tab. I don't know music theory. I don't read music but I can read guitar chord diagrams to learn whatever chords I don't know in a song I'm not familiar with. Sheet music, chord tracks, etc are not everything but chord tracks can be significant workflow aids. Use to be you couldn't collaborate with musicians in different time zones, states, countries or continents but now you can. Anything that can help level the playing field so musicians with different skill sets and skill levels can collaborate is welcome in my mind.
  11. Both of you, thank you for your posts. The more users that post of an issue in the same thread then the more information the developers can collect without having to spend time searching the forum.
  12. Chances are your older projects were created with a 32 bit program. The Music Creator programs I started with are 32 bit and include a 32 bit version of TTS-1. Sonar was available in both 32 and 64 bit versions. The Sonar Command Center automatically downloaded whichever version matched your operating system. If your operating system was 64 bit Command Center allowed you to download both 32 and 64 bit versions. When you load both versions you also get 32 and 64 bit TTS-1.
  13. Oh Oh ... 🥴 Some users are reporting an issue with fade after the hot fix. Judging from the reports it appears that whatever fade selection you used prior to the hotfix is the only fade selection that works.
  14. Music Radar has turned on their Back Friday webpage: https://www.musicradar.com/news/best-black-friday-and-cyber-monday-deals
  15. @Base 57, I see in the main Cakewalk by BandLab forum section on page 4 of the feedback thread additional users have reported the same issue.
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