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  1. Here's one to try: https://www.heikoplate.de/zips/S90ES.zip
  2. Here's one way to do it. 1) Check "Hide Muted Clips". This can be done in either Track View, or in PRV (see images) 2) In Track View, Mute the clips you DON'T want to see in PRV. That's it. Tip: You might not need to Mute ALL the clips, just perhaps the neighboring ones.
  3. One obscure thing I just ran into, was in testing the "Chords from a text file" capability. Looks like it only works for stand-alone, and not for plug-in. Probably not a bigee for most people.
  4. Maybe this would help: While holding Z key, lasso desired area. That should zoom in on it. You can un-do the zoom with Alt+Z.
  5. Is there a way to better format the Tempo View? Notice below how the second entry, which has a time of 100:01:000, and a tempo of 104.00, gets smashed together, making it quite difficult to read.
  6. There's a very nice program called ProjectScope, that reports on what's in a project. See the discussion at: http://forum.cakewalk.com/ProjectScope-for-Sonar-Project-Files-CWPs-updated-to-support-new-Sonar-project-features-m3584169.aspx and the Author's site, and download at: https://www.adamczyk.com/miscellaneous-files
  7. I found at least 3 tutorials on youtube (search term "cakewalk drum maps"). Two of them are by the wonderful "Creative Sauce" guy. I don't know if these would be of any help, but if you haven't seen them, it might be worth a try.
  8. FYI, there's an excellent documentary about Tower Records called "All Things Must Pass". It's on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hxyon6mBXfU
  9. There are also several other items involved, like: clip FX, Key+, Vel+, and the new articulations maps. It would be very helpful to have a signal flow diagram to show the paths and the interactions.
  10. I run into this on occasion. I've been able to get it working by unplugging the USB cable on the back of the 128, and then plugging it back in. It happens to me in other DAWs too, so I don't think it's just a Cakewalk thing.
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