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Soundman32

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  1. Pretty sure Sonar used to do this, probably around version 6 or 8. You did have to zoom in to a certain size for it to work, but I'm convinced I've seen it before.
  2. I always record one 'song' per cakewalk file. During recording, there may be unnecessary parts of the recording before the real start/end. I will create markers for the Start and End, but this may change during production/arranging. I don't want to delete everything outside start/end because these sections may be used at a later date, so don't want to lose them, they just aren't necessary 'at the moment'. I could be exporting the same 'selection' many many times over the course of a production, with different mixes or arrangement, but the start/end markers do not move. At the moment, every time I want to export a new mix, I have to : Select All Go to Start marker F9 (From = now) Go to End marker F10 (Thru = now) File/Export/Audio Select Preset Enter name. Export I can't just 'export audio', because that will include silence at the start and end of the track (which could be minutes at either end, depending on the track in progress). I just noticed the new 'Export' module on the tool bar, which will help with 6-9, but there doesn't appear to be a way to fix the export selection (1-5). So, that is my suggestion, a fixed exporting selection (either based on marker names, or time).
  3. I've been plagued by this Fatal Error all afternoon. I'm doing lots of duplicate track,then select followed by delete. 5 times out of 10 this crashes Cakewalk. Oh, and it's never managed to save a recovery file that can then be loaded again.
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