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  1. once you get the swing of Ripple Edit, it is one of the most time-saving features deployed by Cakewalk.
  2. doesn't Cakewalk by Bandlab come with Studio Instruments? that has a virtual drummer with pre-made beats that you can load in (or make up your own beats with it down the road). i don't know for sure, because i use Maschine for 99% of my beatmaking. http://www.cakewalk.com/Products/Studio-Instruments/Drums
  3. is "upsample on render" checked? i found a problem with this being checked for Native Instruments delay plugin Replika, an unrelated plugin, but maybe it's worth a shot looking into this
  4. see if that mp3 file is located inside your project audio folder for that song, and delete it if it is there. who knows, that could be it. worth a try
  5. look into your Microsoft UAC settings. this is what may be preventing installation
  6. isn't this an error that people get if they have mp3 audio located somewhere in the project? i remember this happening years ago
  7. Cakewalk is Windows only
  8. if anything, i would, since i own Melodyne 4 Studio, downgrade to Editor. while the multitrack features are cool, i don't really use them enough to justify having them, and the sound editor is also a bit more than i need (though if that stuff were automate-able, i may feel otherwise). but man, version 5 looks pretty darn hot
  9. i had 2 bundle files become corrupt back in 2008, and that pretty much did it for me with them. i've asked on the forums, several times over the years, if anyone had created an application that would sort through a corrupted bundle file, but alas, the answer has always been "you shouldn't use bundle files"
  10. i like Massive X & those expansions have a lot of good sounds. just make sure your CPU is AVX-compatible first, or else it will not work!
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