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  1. I recommend checking out the DAW's from Purrrfect Audio: https://studiocat.com/opencart2/ I usually build my own computers but had some compatibility issues with the last couple I built. It also took a decent amount of tweaking. I ended purchasing a computer from them. The owner is Jim Roseberry who is a frequent contributor on this site. I ended up getting the i9 Pro Studio X computer with 10 cores running all cores at 5.2 GHz. I had them install the Thunderbolt 3 card and I'm using a Presonus Quantum 2626 interface. I'm doing full orchestrations at 64 samples with no pops. CPU is only showing about 25% for all the cores in Cakewalk which is amazing. Jim
  2. Last time we went to Vegas we stayed at our timeshare which is just a block off the strip. Only went to the strip a couple times to watch shows. The rest of the time we to other attractions like a couple small zoos, Pinball Hall of Fame, Red Rock Canyon park, the dam plus I hiked a couple times. Great hiking trails in the area. We ate at the buffet a few times at the Palace Station which is still reasonable in price compared to the ones on the strip. Maybe not as fancy but the kids like it.
  3. My daughter used to do what she called the Butt Cannon. She would get in the same position as this guy and let one fart after another. She claims she was sucking the air in and then letting it back out. I'm very jealous that I have not been able to perfect this circular breathing of the *****!
  4. I had the same thumping noise hitting play. It turned out being Breverb 2 causing the issue. Jim
  5. Gaurav, I have had this issue a couple more times and it appears to be a Windows update that caused the issue. I found that System Interrupts were using 100% CPU which was causing Cakewalk to hang. If I waited 5 minutes, Cakewalk would load properly. My work computer started doing the same thing and it showed the same high CPU usage in Task Manager. I'm thinking another Windows update was installed that solved the issue as I haven't seen it for a few week.s Jim
  6. I had a drive I thought was going bad with tons of IO errors until it looked like the drive failed. This was a Samsung SSD. Samsung replaced the drive and within a couple weeks I was getting the same errors. This was on SATA port 3. Then I had another drive that started doing the same thing on Port 4. I put the drives in an external drive bay and there was nothing wrong with them. Ended up that ports 3 & 4 were bad on my motherboard. Replaced the motherboard and they have been fine since then. It was about 3 years ago when I replaced the board. My son is using the old motherboard but not using those 2 ports and hasn't had any issues since then. Jim
  7. I have the Behringer Neutron synth. This is an amazing synth for the money. Very flexible and sounds great. Don't listen to the people that say $200 buys you crap. I was looking at all the different Behringer synths that are copies of synths like the MiniMoog but I liked the Neutron because it has flexibility the other ones don't have. The patchbay does allow you to hook up other Eurorack modules which Behringer will be releasing at very reasonable costs. I've owned quite a few synths in the past including Moogs, Prophet V, etc and have been working with synths since about 1974. So the Neutron is not my 1st synth! I think this is an excellent synth to get into world of analog synthesis. Jim
  8. I have the 15 watt Egnater Tweaker and this thing gets quite loud. Nice thing though is you can overdrive it and turn down the master volume to tame the loudness.
  9. Cakewalk had a separate booth from the Bandlab one. They did show me multiple pieces that were submitted. All were quite impressive and gave me ideas on how to better setup my templates. Jim
  10. If you are running a bunch of VST's and run out of physical memory, then Windows will start using virtual memory. Virtual memory is paged out from your hard drive. This can cause clicks if the samples are pulled from virtual memory. Upping the memory to 16GB will fix this issue. Jim
  11. Thanks for the replies. I'll take a look for any generic ASIO drivers that got installed. I did have the Magix one before but I removed it. I'm using a MOTU M4 with the latest firmware drivers installed. Weird that it did it before I started using the M4. I was using a MOTU 4pre which crashed the same way and I had been using that for quite a few years. Jim
  12. I'm just launching Cakewalk without a project. This has happened with 2 different audio interfaces. Windows updates are current. Jim
  13. I've had Cakewalk hang twice on startup in the past couple weeks. This is a new issue that I've never had in the past. I'm unable to kill Cakewalk in Task Manager and have to reboot to launch it again. I don't see any errors in the Windows logs at the time it hangs. Any other log files I can check? Jim
  14. Coming up with titles for posts can be interesting. It's hard to discuss a song about bug guts! Thanks for all the comments. I've shown them to my daughter. Have to get her working on another video. What should I write about next?! Jim
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