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  1. Cakewalk stores articulation maps in the C:\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\Articulation MapsC:\Cakewalk\Core\Articulation directory I created a new articulation map from scratch with a unique name. It shows up in Cakewalk after I restart the program but the .artmap file is nowhere to be seen. (I searched the whole C drive) WHERE IS IT??
  2. Made my own map from scratch. I did get the cubase ones to work with the correct standard patches but just for violins, not celli. The Notation patches have all the key switches on the "0" octave I tried making maps for celli both the standard and notation patches - no joy.
  3. I set up an articulation map for Garritan personal orchestra, but it doesn't work at all. I imported the Cubase expressions maps for GPO and they don't work either. The actual keyswitches on my keyboard are working perfectly. Any idea what I' may be doing wrong?? In the example below I set up the keyswitch to be F# 2 for the STANDARD patch not the notation patch. Neither the standard nor the notation patch switches work.
  4. I have 2 takes - one with a chord progression and one with a melody. I'd like to edit the melody separately. Going to the piano roll view shows both takes no matter how I open it. I can edit in-line but it is clumsy. I can't find a way to change a clip's color IN THE PIANO ROLL VIEW though I can in track view. I can' t selectively color notes like I could in Reaper. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance - a ways good helpful ideas in this forum!
  5. DocBob

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    It is a pretty arcane programming language. Someone ought to modernize it. That would be on my wish list.
  6. Curious question though... Why not make each instrument a "simple instrument track" and avoid having to make an audio and a midi track for each? It would cut the template in half, and I can't see any functional limitations.
  7. Thanks for this - saved me lots of work!!
  8. You can only add it as a simple instrument track. It is not multi-timbral.
  9. I didn't have any difficulty - it just installed. Make sure your VST settings (Preferences/File/VST Settings include the folder you installed it to so Cakewalk knows to scan it. You can add a scan path in the first box. If it is scanned you'll find it using the browser in Instruments/VST2/OrchestralTools/ . Sorry I took so long to answer -
  10. I couldn't find the link I got it from so here it is in text form.... Copy and paste into Notepad or other text editor, save as "Invert.cal" and put it into the C:\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Core\CAL Scripts folder. ; by MiRo ; This program will reverse the intervals in the selection. (do (int Event 0) ; Event counter for status line (int Hi 0) ; Storage for highest note's pitch (int Lo 128) ; Storage for lowest note's pitch ) (if (!= Event.Kind NOTE) NIL (do (message "Processing Note Event no. " (++ Event)) (switch Note.Key Note.Key (do (if (< Hi Note.Key) (do (= Hi Note.Key) ; new High Key 1 ) NIL ) (if (> Lo Note.Key) (do (= Lo Note.Key) ; new Low Key 1 ) NIL ) ) ) ) ) (forEachEvent (if (== Event.Kind NOTE) (= Note.Key (+ (+ (* 2 (- (+ Lo (/ (- Hi Lo) 2)) Note.Key)) (% (- Hi Lo) 2)) Note.Key)) ) )
  11. Well... did a bit of research and there is a CAL "Invert_Retrograde.CAL" In spite of its name it does NOT do retrograde, just inverts. I haven't looked at it detail but I did test it and it works, though I'm not sure how it chooses it's starting point relative to the key signature. Good enough though. So now you can do retrograde as a built in function of Cakewalk and invert using the CAL and do both to produce a retrograde inversion. Why do all of this?? These are tricks for developing a motive or phrase used by many classical composers.
  12. I want to invert a melody. The built-in function "Process/Retrograde" reverses a clip - plays it end to beginning. What I want to do is invert the intervals. So C-> E becomes C->G# A major third up becomes a major third down, Is there a CAL script to do it? Any other method other than grunt work?
  13. Alt Tab is a windows reserved key combo that cycles between open PROGRAMS. Cntrl Tab cycles between open windows within one program
  14. Answered my own question. The inspector pane was undocked, (since I never undock it myself, I assume the upgrade did) so Control Tab WAS cycling to the next open window. All is well. No other issues, no hanging.
  15. Control Tab opens the track inspector even though that key combination is unassigned in the Preferences/Keyboard Shortcuts. It SHOULD be reserved as a standard Win 10 key combo to cycle through the open windows. Show/Hide Track inspector does not appear in the list of actions even though the "i" key is bound to it. Anyone else with this behaviour?
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