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  1. On another forum (The Steel Guitar Forum) one of the members was trying to import a song directly from a standard audio CD (CDA) using Studio One 4.6 Pro and was unable to do it. He said he had done it before but as it turned out, previously he imported direct from CD but it was mp3's,which worked OK. +1 for Cakewalk, it has the "Import Audio CD" function that will import (rip) the CDA track(s) from the CD to Cakewalk.
  2. The last thing I remember seeing from the forum member who custom builds DAW PC's is Intel for DAW work and Ryzen for gaming.
  3. Jeremy, my NVIDIA experience on many different PC's were all the same. Some may work OK but none that I found. There was a thread a while back on the gearslutz forum about dropouts and general consensus was avoid NVIDIA.
  4. I use the built in Windows defender (and Malwarebytes) and that does not cause any problems on my DAW Desktop or Laptop.
  5. Run Latency Mon right after you boot up. No Cakewalk running, no recording interface attached, etc. Just basic PC with Windows. See if Latency Mon shows any problems. If it does you need to get that corrected before attacking any other (if there is other) DAW dropout issues. One issue is NVIDIA. EVERY PC that I've had and tested for DAW work had dropouts with NVIDIA Video. My own, the many Dell's that I do field testing for, others on this forum. On my DAW desktop If I use the Intel CPU Video or an AMD Radeon video card there are no dropouts. On the Dell test PC's (mostly laptops) if I disable the NVIDIA and force them to use the Intel CPU video there are no problems. The Intel CPU video is more than adequate for DAW work.
  6. No, but I haven't done any large (time) slices. I have realigned an edited track, using the "Nudge" process, but it was only off a miniscule amount.
  7. I have Goldwave, an audio editor. When I use that, I export the clip track as a .wav file. Import it to Goldwave and do what I want. Save the file and then Import to Cakewalk in a new audio track (that preserves the original in case I need it).
  8. I tried from the beginning and it didn't work. I guess I didn't hold my mouth right when I was doing it. LOL
  9. Got it! I was trying from the front of the clip, not the rear. Thanks
  10. I'm talking about the "Tempo". I would like to speed it up alightly. Maybe some specialty app is needed? and what is included with Sonar Plat and/or CbB can't do this?
  11. I tried both of your suggested CTL/Shift and CTL/ALT in Sonar Plat and CbB and neither changed the tempo (speeded up) the mixed down analog song.
  12. Is it possible, with either the old Sonar Plat or new CbB to speed up, slightly, a mixed down song? I realize it will no longer be in standard tuning, just needs to be slightly faster.
  13. I marked it "solved" as I know what it is, my Desktop DAW. If I do a clean Win 10 install, and my recording software including Ozone it would be "fixed".
  14. I have a graphic that can be cut out and used. One of the forum members made it and posted it. Not as fancy as Scott's but if you want a copy, PM me with your e-mail and I'll send it to you.
  15. Not a "recording only" forum, but the www.tenforums.com is one to add to the list. I've helped a couple with recording or related problems on this forum. Its the best Win 10 forum on the net.
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