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Giorgio Gabriel

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  1. If I am not wrong, it is possible to insert an MCI command STOP or PAUSE into a midi track. Giorgio
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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)
  5. Thanks scook. I know that. It's just strange that on Splat I don't need to activate that parameter. bye, Giorgio
  6. Hi, in my configuration I keep the Start screen disabled, and in the template folder I saved a file called Normal.cwt which loads automatically when I launch Bandlab Cakewalk. So I get my workspace set with a blank song called Untitled Project1.... At this point, if I load a song is it correct that - in the background - the "Untitlet Project 1" song remains open? I can see it in the Window menu.... In SPLAT as soon as I load a song, the "Untitlet Project 1" unloads, and I have loaded only that song... Any ideas? bye, (and sorry for the silly question....) Giorgio
  7. Hi. I finally resolved the problem (well I hope...) removing the Generic Low Latency Asio Driver that comes with Cubase. It seems that it was causing the problem (grrr). BTW - if someone is interested - I removed it removing the string [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ASIO\Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver] with Regedit (before that I exported the relevant string.... just in case...). Bye, Giorgio
  8. I found a workaround... I have to load a song with no audio (only midi), then I have to set NEW songs at 48Khz, and this set this song at 48.... (all ok for now). Now I can create a new song at 48 (CTRL + N) or open a song already at 48 khz..... Very strange: as said this was not happening in the past, and this is not happening in Platinum. What goes on??? thanks Giorgio
  9. Hi to everyone, I am experiencing problems opening 48 Khz project in my system. It seems that there is a difficulty for my audio card (Midas VeniceF 16 Firewire) to set itself at 48 Khz, while using 44.1 khz projects it is fine. (loading the midas software I can see that it tries to set the board but it fails, and it keep trying and trying..... endless). Opening the same project (same computer) on Sonar Platinum works fine, but with Bandlab Cakewalk (latest release) the program becomes irresponsive. Also, if I set 48Khz for new projects, and loading a blank song, the problem is there. Can someone help me for this? Can this be connected with a problem of the new Threading Schedule system? Thanks, Giorgio
  10. Fine, all clear, thanks again! bye, Giorgio
  11. Thanks a lot scook and msmcleod. So, if I understand correctly, to change the "audio track input" into an instrument track (when using more than 1 output) the way will be to split the instrument track to the "old way": 1 midi + 1 audio track. Thanks again, Giorgio
  12. Thanks a lot. Found it! (and I inserted SupportedProjectVersion=26.01.0.xxx) Giorgio
  13. Dear all, I have a question regarding the new Multi-timbral soft synth enhancements feature: once the tracks are created (let's say 4 tracks if using the TTS-1) using this method how can I decide which track are associated to a particular output of the synth? I mean: the 4 tracks are correctly created, OK, but where can I select which output synth is working with a particular track if I need to change something? (using the "old" audio track way there is the INPUT dropdown menu that allows to decide which synth output the track will listen to...). Thanks, bye, Giorgio
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