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Johan Krafft

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  1. Hello community! It has been ages since I setup a DAW with Cakewalk, and I know I've been able to solve this before but I'm reaching out with hope that someone can understand and help me with the following: I'm on a setup with a UAD Apollo Twin, using outboard synths and software plug-ins for effects. I am relying on playing my MIDI clips in real-time, and I have configured my audio interface to mute the incoming signal for monitoring, and solely play the output through "Input echo" on a channel. I can live with the small latency when plying the notes, and that is how I want my setup to function. But when I play back a recorded midi-clip, I would like Cakewalk to buffer everything else in the project in order for the midi signal to sync better when playing back the project. As it is now, the midi comes in sync - but with some milliseconds delayed. I hope you understand what I mean. Is there a way to configure my system like this? Kind regards from cold Sweden, Johan
  2. Thanks Scook! I realized this as I stumbled upon this: https://www.cakewalk.com/Support/Knowledge-Base/2007013099/Adding-third-party-audio-editing-software-to-SONARs-Utilities-menu I manually edited the registry, and while doing so I remembered that this is the way we were doing it back in the days aswell! All the best to you and thanks for your prompt reply. I can't wait diving into the Cakewalk world again, I am really excited.
  3. Greetings! As an old Cakewalk and Sonar user, I am wondering if it is possible in this new Bandlab edition of the software to add an external audio editor such as Sound Forge under the "utilities" menu for Quick editing of wave files? I have searched but have not been able to find anything covering this topic. I cannot find a section in the preferences to set the directory of an external audio editor. Reading the reference manual there is an option in Cakewalk.ini - ToolTempFileDir. But I can't seem to get it to work. Are there several cakewalk.ini files? Running dir cakewalk.ini /s I see 3 files at different locations. Is the file under c:\ProgramData\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Core the one that should be edited, or a different one (\all users\cakewalk\cakewalk core or \app data\roaming…) I am really happy to see that this software is still alive. Kind regards Johan
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