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Jim Fogle last won the day on June 3 2019

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  1. @Simon Lopez, I believe @Xel Ohh is using the Cakewalk by Bandlab October, 2020 beta release. Once the beta release has finished testing it will be released. You can find out more +++ HERE +++
  2. Nice tribute. I appreciate the video editing as well as the playing. Classy all the way around.
  3. Jim Fogle

    BLUE FOR YOU

    Paul, Blue For You has a distinctive sound, I really enjoy listening to this mix as everything is clear but there is nothing that is in your face. The only thing I would change is I would reduce the number of crash cymbal hits.
  4. I enjoyed listening to this. The lyrics are a little repetitive but that reflects today's reality, doesn't it, every day is the same. Would the Forum Monkeys have the inspiration or the time to write and record this song if there was no quarantine? Thank you for putting a smile on my face.
  5. I think this is a great suggestion because implementation would make track insertion consistent between views. Thanks @Starship Krupa for the suggestion. I wish I'd thought of it first!
  6. @bob@blueneptune.com, I support your idea with the understanding the user will be able to choose the operation in preferences. My assumption is you are thinking of the tracks, staff and piano roll views, am I correct? Have I left out any views?
  7. I support the idea of Cakewalk by BandLab supporting the use of external mono hardware devices. Oh, by-the-way, bump!
  8. @Starship Krupa, You've got a great idea here. Please start a separate thread so your idea can receive the visibility it deserves.
  9. I support your suggestion for offline help to work better. Having said that I believe forum member @scook maintains an add-on application at his website that binds the offline support feature to the Cakewalk Reference Guide as well as additional features you may find useful. Hopefully Steve will see this post and chime in with a link.
  10. Mike, I enjoyed watching the video. Thanks for explaining, and demonstrating, why you like to have snap-to-grid and position the play head before opening up windows that have position text boxes in them. That saves a lot of typing. You might want to include a link to your video about creating a tempo map that matches a pre-recorded audio track.
  11. @mdiemer, No need to beat you up over your computer using Windows 7. This laptop computer started with Windows Vista, then Windows 7 and was not updated to Windows 10 until February. I was leery of Windows 10 for a long time myself. Having finally bit the bullet I will say I like Windows 10 better than Windows 7 and I'm glad I updated.
  12. Greetings @coolbonn, More options become visible once you select Preferences with a project open. With a project open and the Advance button selected scroll down to Project, then to MIDI and you will see the checkbox to "Zero Controllers When Play Stops".
  13. If your computer has Windows 10, then the "Start Fresh" feature may interest you. Microsoft Start Fresh Feature
  14. @EDUARDO QUEZADA, Welcome to the forum and to Cakewalk by BandLab. Midi connectivity through USB is currently the most common method for connecting midi hardware. However many hardware midi controllers connect through 5 pin midi connectors. Generally USB connections use midi drivers already available in Windows 10 and to a lesser extent, Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 while 5 pin midi connectors will require midi drivers provided by the hardware manufacturer. I would stay away from 5 pin midi connectors unless your computer has dedicated 5 pin midi connectors. As others previously stated, compatibility depends more on what features you desire than the DAW. Again welcome. I hope you will update this thread and let us know your decision.
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