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  1. That person's last visit here was in Oct. of 2020. I don't think you will get an answer. Try a new post outlining your specific problem and maybe someone can help you. Welcome to the forum.
  2. I wonder if they're an American company and know what getting the clap means?
  3. Did it in 5 clicks. Two tracks selected/soloed. Hit Tracks above, Bounce to Tracks. Make sure Entire Mix (main outs) is selected, or your Master bus. Hit OK. Try that and see if you get the results you want.
  4. That could be a problem. I have always 'played' in the MIDI melody and then typed the lyrics. I have read here that you can drag an audio track into either Melodyne or into the timeline? and extract MIDI from that. No experience. Once the lyrics are in the Staff View, you can open them in the Lyrics View. In SHS 6, anyway.
  5. I don't know, but you can automate the track panning. Someone else may know more later. Welcome to the forum.
  6. After 2 and a half years I finally installed my Focusrite Scarlett 4i4 third generation interface on this computer. Looking forward to recording some new music in the next few years. 😁
  7. What do you want to know? I often insert lyrics and they seem to scroll in time to the song correctly. I don't know where a tutorial might be, I just went by the Help files for SONAR Home Studio 6 many years ago and that worked. Search forum member John Vere AKA Cactus Music; he wrote a bunch of tuts and maybe he has one for lyrics.
  8. I wonder if I can eat this entire cake?
  9. In my experience, libraries are folders full of samples which are loaded into players and thus don't require scanning. They are typically dragged into a sample player or synth from their folder.
  10. Check out Bouncing, Rendering and Exporting in the Help files. Probably more ways to do it, too.
  11. Welcome to the forum. First some info from you. How is the kit connected to the computer? Direct via USB? With MIDI through an interface? Telekinesis? 😆 If by USB, did you have to download a driver for the cable and was it recognized by Windows and Cakewalk? If through an interface, did you download and install the proper drivers for that interface? Were they recognized by Windows and Cakewalk? The kit must play through a MIDI track. What input options do you have for your MIDI tracks? They should be the USB cable or the interface. Is the MIDI track's output set to the VSTis input? It seems like you may know much of this, so let us know what you've tried already and maybe we can offer some more ideas.
  12. Where can I get one of those?
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