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  1. Thinking about this keyboard. Is anyone using this with CbB? Have seen vids with how integrated it is controlling a few other DAWs like Ableton. Curious how well it works with CbB in terms of controlling plugin parameters, working with tracks, etc. i know it’s tight with Kontakt and Komplete Kontrol. Thanks for any insight/user experience info. Billy
  2. No. If you have a qualifying Kontakt library, even from 3rd-party vendors (such as Realitone, which plays in the Kontakt Player, for example), you can get the discounted price to BUY full Kontakt 6.
  3. Thank you, yes. I'm vaguely aware of that forum, but I can never find it. It's not apparent from the header navigation how to get there.
  4. I don't think a voucher will work in addition to the sale price.
  5. Received an email about this killer deal: Native Instruments is having a half-price sale (until December 9) where you can get Kontakt for as little as $124.50. I did this the last time this offer came out. Here's how it works: If you have any third party Kontakt Player library (I have a few of these), then you qualify for a "Crossgrade Discount." Normally that takes the price from $399 to $249. But since they're having a half price sale, the price goes to $124.50. Go here: https://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/samplers/kontakt-6/pricing/?mc_cid=d4e559f10b&mc_eid=4f1d162509 Then for "Version," select "Crossgrade. You'll need to log in so that they can see that you do own a qualifying library. Happy Hoildays!
  6. These markers wouldn’t be for tracks. They would be color-coded horizontal markers, arranged below the timeline, that would indicate, for example, intro, verse, bridge, chorus, verse, etc.
  7. Bump. I’m in for the ability to have color-coded song section markers. We can be like a broken record 😉 til we get it. 😁
  8. +1. Yes, please bakers. This would be tremendously helpful navigating around a song by sections.
  9. So, I have a Scarlett 2i4 first gen. My account page lists a newer driver than I’m using, which seems to be working okay. I’ve held off updTing because of all the issues described in the forum. <<WINDOWS: FOCUSRITE USB DRIVER 4.62.1.504 Installs driver version 4.62.1.504 for: 1st Generation Scarlett Solo, 2i2 and 2i4 2nd Generation Scarlett Solo, 2i2 and 2i4>> If I can get better latency performance, I’ll take it. Any first gen 2i4 users using the above listed driver with stable results? Thanks much.
  10. Funny how Cb and B are the same musical note! 😀
  11. Can you explain this: “using the Windows 10 low latency audio support via the onboard High Definition Audio driver.” What is this? Would one engage this in ASIO mode?
  12. So... after a long haul... I finally got my new box up and running. Getting everything loaded nin It's been enlightening following the discussion, and now I'm trying to decide the best places to store all the various Cakewalk files... I want to conserve space on my 1 Tb NVMe SSD main drive (C:) where all my programs are, including Cakewalk. I have a secondary internal SATA SSD drive (500 gb) for storage (I also have a 1 TB HDD in the wings, not currently hooked up, and a USB3 external 3 TB drive I'm going to use to save back ups with Acronis). I have all my samples and some other larger files on the SATA SSD. There's still plenty of room free (360 gb). Does it make sense to change all Cakewalks file/folder destinations from their current default paths in Preferences/File/Folder Locations from C_Drive to D_Drive so that all the data is stored there and not C_Drive? The NVMe SSD is exponentionally faster read/write than the SATA, which is still smoking fast compared to a spinner. What's best practice here? Want to get the most out of my drives. Thanks for the assistance! Billy
  13. I also received the email about 4.2.4 update. Haven't updated yet.
  14. Thanks everyone for the response. I've picked up a copy of Acronis Total Image and will be wading through the (gulp) 193-page manual. Good to see it doesn't have to run continuously in the background, but you can schedule it to do what you want when you want, so it's not taxing the CPU.
  15. Thinking about automating back ups. PC World says Acronis True Image is one of the best, but this sounds resource unfriendly: “The download is a whopping 600MB, the installation about the same, and there are six separate background processes running at all times.” The review https://www.pcworld.com/article/3434607/acronis-true-image-2020-review.html Anyone using a program they like?
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