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  1. are these special prices? one the Native website Komplete 12 has always been 199 eur for the upgrade from Kontakt 6 in my case. am I doing something wrong (enter a discount code or something?) ? thx
  2. @User 905133 thanks. I just reacted like this, because it happens a lot that in threads like these the main topic that focuses on one specific detail gets derailed by off-topic posts - unintentionally but nevertheless. thank you for understanding. have a nice day.. read you around! Peter
  3. +1 @Josh Wolfer i remember requesting half size track lanes around 20 years ago let's hope it's implemented in the near future.
  4. quite childish to down-thumb all my on-topic posts. your post was off-topic and didn't add anything to this thread. that's why I gave my reasonable opinion.
  5. A very nice description @winkpain ! Yes, I totally agree. I have never used Melodyne, interesting that they do it exactly the way I imagined it for Cakewalk TV and PRV. Hopefully this becomes a focus in one of the next updates. Peter Ps.. I edited the initial post according to your suggestions (Melodyne).
  6. which M-tron Choirs?
  7. @Helos Bonos What do you think about this --> Seamless zooming and panning only by extending the existing functionality in Cakewalk: 1. Horizontal Pan and Zoom based on the behaviour of the "timeline zooming" without the need to find the spot on the timeline that activates the timeline panning and zooming. --> This could be done just by pressing e.g. Alt+Drag (or Ctrl or Shift) any place in the Track View, PRV or any other view. 2. Vertical Pan and Zoom similar to timeline zooming but vertically by Shift+Alt+Drag any place in the Track View, PRV or any other view. IMO this would be a great workflow improvement as it reduces unneccesary mouse- and eye-movements away from the actual editing area alot and dreates a seamless workflow around the actual tasks at hand (e.g. cli editing, automation envelopes, etc.).
  8. I think i can now describe what i would like better and it is based on actual existing functionality in Cakewalk: 1. Horizontal Pan and Zoom behaviour of the "timeline zooming" without the need to find the spot on the timeline that activates the timeline panning and zooming. --> I think this could be done just by pressing e.g. Alt+Drag (or Ctrl or Shift) any place in the Track View, PRV or any other view. 2. Vertical Pan and Zoom similar to timeline zooming but vertically by Shift+Alt+Drag any place in the Track View, PRV or any other view. IMO this would be a great workflow improvement as it reduces unneccesary mouse- and eye-movements away from the actual editing area alot and dreates a seamless workflow around the actual tasks at hand (e.g. cli editing, automation envelopes, etc.). What do you guys think? Peter
  9. Thanks Jose, but this all this does little what it is seen in the video.
  10. I have a BCR, but use it only to control external Midi Hw,.. how did you set it up to control UI functions? @Heinz Hupfer thx, Peter
  11. hi, interesting. I started almost the same topic. Look at the video. starting at 6:10 Even going to the (very small) timeline is not necessary and distracts my workflow as well. in the video you can see that zooming (v/h) and panning can be done seamlessly. this is what I would like since 1998 Peter
  12. Hello David, thank you for your patient explaing. Have a look at this video from minute 6:11. I think it is Apple Logic? See how he is zooming (vertically/horizontally) seamlessly and also panning the track view, all in one go. Without having the need put the cursor to the timeline, and apparently without steps as it would be when using the scroll wheel or pressing keys. It seems it is, some kind of Ctrl+Drag command like I suggested. What do you think? Peter
  13. ok, but this does not set the now time "while playing". I am aware that setting now time while playing works with clicking on the timeline. But my suggestion would be without the distracting need to move the cursor to the timeline and go back to the area where you edit.
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