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  1. I've never had the pleasure but every now and so often someone here waxes lyrical about Project 5. Clearly had cool creative ideas in it. Bakers? I often do triplet pop/irish and use 36-based time sigs. Goes into 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12 and 18
  2. 56/8 time sig. You put your 4/4 every 14 beats and your 7/8 every 8 beats
  3. Choose a time sig where it all fits in. It will be a weird one.
  4. Like "ProChannel"... https://www.cakewalk.com/Products/SONAR/Buy-Now/SONAR-Professional
  5. Yes, that was the case in the Sonar days, too. Yet when I look at new features announcements from other DAWs it's often stuff Sonar/CbB has had for ages, drawing a big MEH from me. I sometimes get asked what I use, so I extoll the virtues of CbB. Mostly eyes just glaze over, understandable from someone just starting out. And then I mention that it's FREE!!! ... and I get like "Oh. Well. OK, But I need a PROFESSIONAL DAW." And so they go for PT or Cubase. Yeah. "Free" kinda comes over as a negative. I see their minds going "Free? Can't be much good, then." Perhaps I should stop mentioning that.
  6. I use the monitor in my laptop. It's always there, even when I'm on the train, so I've learned to put up with it. The only thing that bugs me is the small number of pro channel modules I can see at a time. I wish they'd been designed to be more space efficient. Yes, I know, you can collapse them. Click, click, click, click, click...
  7. Believe me, I tried absolutely each and every combination, tried all USB ports, ex power, different cables... On some it worked flawlessly, on some it didn't show up as a USB device.
  8. I had one that was recognized as a USB device by some laptops and not at all by others. I don't know if it had to do with chipsets, but it was independent of the age of the laptops. Very strange. I exchanged it for a different manufacturer.
  9. You are facing a change from Mac to Win and this sounds like a basic setup problem. If you are serious about getting going with Cakewalk and not just trolling, take the time to describe the problem. Theres some real helpful people here.
  10. You will be aware of the problem where bass and kick overlap and you need to decide which takes low and which high (or which ducks which). This goes for all instruments. You need to listen to everything in context else you get mud.
  11. Yup. Ominous. I'd be interested to know what good perpetual activation does.
  12. Really?!? H'm. Strange. OK, thanks for going to the trouble, I will investigate.
  13. I use IE because it's the only T3-capable non-Google browser. No worries. IE is a dying option, I am aware of that (I know, I know - windmills).
  14. OK, I don't use a Chromium-based browser, so it's probably that.
  15. I'm getting "This page can’t be displayed". If I remove the /Win10AudioTweakGuide" part, a Microsoft page requiring a login opens. Looks like you need to be a member to access that page.
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