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Ed Evans

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  1. Thanks, Jeremy. I guess it's just a problem with my system that I'll need to work out, I appreciate your comment! Update: 2022-01-13 8:50 PM PST: Finished work, decided to jump right in and figure out what the heck is going on and it worked like a champ 1st time. I swear I didn't change a thing. Thanks to the great Cakewalk forum folks who always jump in and offer their assistance. This community is the best!
  2. Thanks, pwalpwal. This is a fresh install on a new Dell 8940. And, in terms of official support, that's a good question! I will check and see.
  3. Thanks, Jack. I'll try that and see what happens. My guess is that it's either a Windows 11 thing or, perhaps more likely, and NVIDIA RTX3060 thing. I'll do some more experimenting!
  4. Sorry if this was addressed elsewhere. I looked but didn't find anything. I just received a new Dell 8940 (Windows 11, 8 physical cores, 32 GB RAM, RTX 3060). I did a fresh install of Cakewalk (Dec 2021) only to find that ProChannel doesn't seem to work. It doesn't look like any signal passes through it. (I performed a similar test on my current production machine (Windows 10) and it all works fine.) Not only does no signal pass through it, the UI - at least the integrated PC EQ - is messed up. The dots representing the 4 bands disappear. The EQ curves do not get drawn. I have the global power to PC turned on as well as the module power. I've added and deleted modules. Still not working. Normal VST plug-ins work just fine. I've used my favorite app since the PA9 days so I'm relatively familiar with it. Any suggestions? Test I can run? Does this sound like a Windows 11 compatibility issue? NVIDIA issue? Interface: Roland Octa-Capture (ASIO) (But I was just using built in audio (WDM) for this particular test. I haven't moved my Roland over yet since I'm still kicking the tires on the new box)
  5. Also, make sure that you do not have Cortana speech recognition enabled (i.e. "Hey, Cortana"). That'll mess things up as my three hours of painful research taught me this past weekend! (I use an Octa-Capture with the latest firmware and drivers from Roland. I use the ASIO drivers...) I also used the sysinternals tool "procexp.exe to see what processes were using the audiosess.dll file. Good luck.
  6. I had a chance to swing by and speak with Noel for a few minutes and I have to say that he was as gracious and sincere in person as he presents himself in the forums. Thanks for taking the time to speak with me, Noel. The other thing I wanted to point out was that I had a chance to spend some time with a guy from Singapore who said, I believe, that he was the product manager for the Bandlab mobile product. I asked him all kinds of stuff about the transition and the future and I was quite pleasantly surprised to see how open and honest he was. Very nice guy! Thanks for time, guys! Ed
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