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  1. Jonathan, I sent the project to support@cakewalk.com.
  2. Jonathan, I sent the project to support@cakewalk.com.
  3. Jonathan, Please send upload instructions or link
  4. I don't have anything locked that I know of. Although I have both midi and audio clips that overlap the region. I was wondering if it can split the data before it copies it. Before drag - Intro header and track data is highlighted Result after dragging header Intro to before C1, popup says "insert copy 40:01:000, I let go of mouse - result is header moved but data did not. And a whole lot of the track data disappears.
  5. Finally got around to using Arranger in a new project. For some reason, when I move a section (by dragging) or copy a section (by dragging section with ctrl key) to somewhere else in the timeline, the section header moves but the track data gets totally messed up. For instance I have 4 sections: Piano, Intro, V1, and C1. If I select Intro and drag it to where C1 starts, the track data is messed up. It's so messed up that the track data is indistinguishable and I'm clueless what it's trying to do. Shouldn't the track data move or copy effortlessly? Tried on a different finished project and same problem.
  6. On my computer CWAFtool.ini is located in folder: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Cakewalk\CWAF
  7. I ran the CWAF tool from the command line "C:\Program Files\Cakewalk\Shared Utilities\cwaftool.exe". This CWAFtool error is back: "The following files were either unreadable by CWAF, or written by a newer version of SONAR than CWAF expects." I had to manually fix it by editing CWAFtool.ini, changing this line SupportedProjectVersion=25.13.0.xxx To SupportedProjectVersion=26.01.0.xxx Same thing happens if run from within CBB.
  8. This problem sounds like what was discussed in these 2 posts. (Solved it for me.) "https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php?/topic/9342-how-to-re-record-midi-cc-values-only-leave-notes-alone/" and “https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php?/topic/7779-adding-fills-to-existing-ad2-drum-track/” Try: If you arm a particular take lane, when you start recording you won't hear anything playing from that track. If you want to hear the other take lane(s) play during recording a new take lane, just arm the track (not an individual take lane). And choose sound-on-sound record.
  9. I fixed it by copying notes to clipboard, deleting the entire clip, then pasting the notes back in to those measures. But I still don't know why that happened or how you unmute the notes other than by doing this.
  10. I've got a midi clip where the first couple measures are unmuted but the last couple are muted. I can't seem to get them to be unmuted. I thought the k key would unmute them but that seems to pertain to the entire clip, not notes within a clip. This came about when I was recording to a different track using punch in and these measures were the punch in region. I didn't realize I had this other track selected during the punch in. The notes appear normal in event list. In piano view they're present but colored gray. I can click on them and they'll play the notes individually. So the notes are there, they just won't play when I play the track and they're colored as if muted. In piano view, if I draw in new notes in those measures, they appear muted also
  11. First, I think you'd want to get rid of the last CC1 events you recorded. If you're trying to record CC1 (by moving a controller on a synth), I think you could just go Ctrl-Z to undo your last attempt. Other ways would be to go into Event View, highlight just the CC1 events by using the filter (Edit->Select->By Filter) and deleting them (Ctrl-x). If you're having the experience I had, where you can't hear or get the notes to play while you record CC1 events, there was the post below that solved it for me. The post was about a drum track but the same principle applies. I think you might want sound-on-sound set for this. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From “https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php?/topic/7779-adding-fills-to-existing-ad2-drum-track/” Hi guys. I'm struggling figuring out how to hear the original TAKE LANE sound while recording the second TAKE LANE. For some reason, the main drum track does not play (muted) while I am trying to record the new take lane. Any thoughts on how to fix this one? This one puzzled me for a while too and I found a solution in another post shown below. If you arm a particular take lane, when you start recording you won't hear anything playing from that track. If you want to hear the other take lane(s) play during recording a new take lane, just arm the track (not an individual take lane). ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  12. While playing thru a play list, Big Time freezes up when going between songs. Whatever the previous song ended at, is what's displayed in Big Time and remains statically frozen. Otherwise the song displays correctly, plays correctly, and now time updates correctly. I save every song with a screenset that shows Big Time at the bottom and use it as a visual click.
  13. I very much appreciate you posting this info because I was stumped by this problem. I tried this and happy to see it works. Was wondering if this is in the pdf manual anywhere and/or what the original post was. Thanks.
  14. I like it and use it a lot too, especially Xpand. How they fit all those sounds into a couple gigs, which I presume to be sampled, is a mystery to me.
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