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  1. Hi folks! Recording yourself in a comfortable environment with good acoustics is crucial - but how can you control your DAW? In this video I show how to control Cakewalk by Bandlab using an Android phone! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/6ndfakrS6Gw
  2. Hi folks, for those of you who want to make use of drum maps for easier drum programming, here is my easy to follow tutorial! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/sIquUl-7NfE
  3. 20 years - I'm still learning! Thank you. I guess id still like to see the clip gain adjusted with the same ease as fade in/out. With VCAs, yes I'd seen this kind of solution before - and its good we have that work around, but it doesn't feel as slick as I've experienced elsewhere. But thank you for your reply, have a great Christmas and New Year!
  4. Hi folks! I want to thank the Cakewalk community for telling me all about the features they would like to see improved. I've made a video with my suggestions, and have highlighted some that the community suggested. Let me know what yours are! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/BsogIvcVOf0
  5. Hi folks! Gain staging is a key skill to know in mixing, and there are some specifics for Cakewalk you should know. Even for beginners, the knowledge in this video can be applied right away! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/_0xw1QplA1o
  6. Thanks Mettelus. I'm not always great at learning - I need things to be broken down into parts for me. I still need to improve on this a lot - but I'm trying to think like "How can I explain this in a way noobs can grasp?". Having said that - the most common comment I get from family members is "I tried to watch your video, but I had no clue what you were saying". Thats mostly my 80 year old mother - bless her!
  7. Thank you Colin! I admire your attention span I honestly had to fight myself all the way, not to add way more detail. Perhaps more worthy of a short series at some point.
  8. Hi folks! Many people asked me to make a mastering tutorial for beginners. So here it is! Be aware that in this video I use a combination of stock plugins, and some free 3rd party plugins. IMHO, attempting to stick to CwB only plugins doesn't make sense for best results WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/qpz8rdjUmRM
  9. Hey Jim - thanks for that, very useful
  10. Hi folks! I see a lot of Cakewalk by Bandlab users having trouble installing their VST plugins, so I made this video which I hope is helpful! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/-ZvyTM6tQEc
  11. Hi Cakewalkers! I’ll be going live in around 12 hours to answer any questions you would like to ask about Cakewalk! This is the first time I am doing this, and should I do more, I will continue to announce other episodes in this topic/thread. Join me live in the chat and post advance questions below! CHECK LINK FOR LOCAL TIMES: https://youtu.be/Fn24MX7X3Qk
  12. Hi folks! Lots of people message me, confused about how to record the sound from their MIDI synth, into Cakewalk. So I've put together this beginners guide video! Whilst this isn't a pure Cakewalk video, it happens to be the DAW I use in the video. Also, check out the old 'Cakewalk' audio interface I use WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/QwEVtBbNdak
  13. Hi folks! I know that some people really struggle to get multiple Kontakt outputs behaving well in Cakewalk by Bandlab. Rather than leave you in peril, I put together a quick tutorial for you of course! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/2OTwZ3NXW9w
  14. The thing with the control bar export, is that its really just built on top of the existing export function. So even if for example you select MP3, you are still faced with the same choices as with the old workflow. The downside is you lose many useful parts of that process. For example, its not clear if dithering is applied when bit depth is decreased - and if it is, you lose the choice of which type. I suspect however that there is no dithering applied. Furthermore, you cant enable/disable busses, FX, automation etc. These are crucial for stems or multitracks. Well, you can, by hitting 'Advanced' - which takes you to the original export dialog. I prefer to have one workflow for all instances, rather than branch to 2 workflows depending on circumstance.
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