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  1. Is it possible to do the same, but with pitch? So you can sing above and below your range for harmonies, like in this video? Jamie Lidell's Secret Vocal Harmony Trick
  2. Is there a way so that when you type a different tempo, that the audio will automatically stretch (real-time rendering)? I know how to use CTRL + SHIFT and drag all the tracks, but I want to be able to choose precise tempos and have the tracks stretch to make that new tempo. Is there a way so this can be automatic in Cakewalk? Thanks!
  3. I would love it if when you hovered the mouse over a plugin that a mix knob appeared so you could change the ratio from 100% wet to whatever % you'd like the plugin to affect the signal.
  4. Davydh

    Icons for templates

    Thanks, that was an interesting read, but by the end of the tread, it seemed there was still no answer?
  5. Davydh

    Icons for templates

    Hi, in the start screen there are icons for 4-track, guitar amps, etc. If I want to put my own template into that folder, how do I make an icon for the template? Thanks heaps!
  6. I've said it before and I'll say it again. There needs to be a Wikia with all these helpful Cakewalk GIFs.
  7. There's more conservation about it here:
  8. No, I really appreciate you telling me. Thanks for that. I was just hoping Cakewalk supported shift + b and would remember where I set the busses.
  9. So I tried it. It only works if I click on another screenset and then click back onto the former screenset. Which means wasting two screensets just because Cakewalk is refusing to learn behaviour. Sorry I sound grumpy, I just wish it could learn like it does in the track view.
  10. I pulled it across, but it forgets where I set it when I press Shift+B
  11. @scook, I just did that so thanks, but it doesn't open it fully. Let's say you have 7 busses. You press Shift + B to remove them, press Shift + B to get them back, but instead of showing all of them, it only shows 3 of them. That's very annoying. I want to be able to quickly see all the busses and quickly remove them all...
  12. The shortcut (Shift+B) already works in trackview. Please make the same shortcut work in console view too. Thank you!!!
  13. I know you can press Shift + B in the track view, but what shortcut key show/hides the busses in Console view? Thanks
  14. I remember someone posted about a standard much faster than ASIO and was requesting for Cakewalk to support it. Does anyone remember that or have information on it? Thanks!!!
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