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Giorgio Gabriel

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  • Birthday 07/16/1966

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  1. Probably internal CD Burner is not able to write CD Text too while burning.
  2. Go to Edit, Select All, then again, Select by time and specify the first and last bar you like to export. Voilà, Giorgio
  3. I don't know why, but I do not have this problem using the latest update. I tried on a blank project and on an existing project. Regards, Giorgio
  4. I installed the new version and I have to work some time on it. I have to say that the enhancements are really cool! Thanks a lot. Giorgio
  5. Hi, I strangely found a possible problem: 1: create an instrument track (I tried with TTS1 and SI Bass) - let's say this is track n. 1. 2: record some notes (you get a clip with some midi notes...) 3: freeze the track (now you will see the sample, NOT the midi parts) 4: duplicate this track activating "Events" too (you will see the new track as midi notes, not audio). This will be track n. 2. Now, funny to say, this new track (n. 2) will be "doubled": the synth will be working but also the "audio" part will be audible too. In this scenario, if you try to modify or even delete the all the midi notes in track n. 2, you won't see anything but the track will play!!!! (and you will not understand why an empty track is playing....). In the end, if you use the "split instrument track" command (on track n. 2), you will get a new track n. 3 with the audio part (that was invisible before...). Funny, eheheh, could this be considered a problem? bye, Giorgio
  6. Did you installed midisport drivers? If not I suggest to visit: https://m-audio.com/support/download/drivers/midisport-windows-driver-v6.1.3 and install the driver. Also, if you can, try to connect the midi interface into a different usb port (if available). I am not sure but it seems a problem related to the communication between the midi interface and the computer. Regards, Giorgio
  7. Hi, if you play your guitar using some fx to get the right sound, I suggest to record it in mono; then the effect that you will use will probably give you a stereo sound, based on the mono track that you recorded (electric guitars are connected with 1 single cable, so mono will be fine). Regarding drums it depends: if you want to record "real drums" you need some mics and every mic needs to be connected, in the end, into the audio interface that must be a multichannel model (usually, at least 8 channels). Given that if you plan to use an instrument for drums you will record a midi track that will feed the plugin, so no problems in this scenario. You need then to set the instruments and its multiple outputs into multiple channels in Cakewalk (BD - CHH - SD etc.). Regards, Giorgio
  8. For some old projects (wrk) I had to load them using Sonar Platinum 32 bit (on a computer running windows 10 32bit), and then I saved again each song in cwp format (now I can load those songs with CBB). It happened only for a couple of songs.... Bye, Giorgio
  9. If I am not wrong, it is possible to insert an MCI command STOP or PAUSE into a midi track. Giorgio
  10. I am not 100% sure, but probably selecting WDM instead of ASIO you could use more than one interface at the same time. If you don't need super low latency it could work. Bye, Giorgio
  11. I already found the solution/answer in the forum: The only thing is that I have to remember to set as MONO interleave my mono recordings, to avoid an unwanted 3 db gain while exporting. Bye, Giorgio
  12. Hi, is it normal that when I want to export a single mono track I get a file with more volume than the source track? I am using these parameters on export: file type: wave Source category: tracks Source tracks: only one selected Channel format: Follow Source (or mono) Sample rate: 48000 (the project is 48000 / 24) Bit depth: 24 Mix enables: only clip automation, fast bounce and 64 bit engine The only way I found is to choose Dual Mono on Channel format, which gives me 2 identical files at the correct volume. Thanks for suggestions, bye, Giorgio P.s., I know that I can do a "bounce to clip" selecting all the clips in the track, and I can look for the wav file that will be created in the Audio folder.... (this always worked properly)
  13. Thanks scook. I know that. It's just strange that on Splat I don't need to activate that parameter. bye, Giorgio
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