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  1. I usually do that too, but it's actually my mothers' old piano I'm using right now.
  2. Oh thank you! I hope I'll find the information in there!
  3. Thanks for the link, I'll check that out!
  4. Oh gosh, I hope I'll find that old manual somewhere. I'll give that a try, thanks!
  5. I've been using Cakewalk for a while now. My digital piano (an old CVP, at least 25 years old) supports MIDI input, so I can use it to record in CbB without issues. However, I was wondering if there is any chance to use the volume slider as a Modulation slider when I play virtual instruments. Is this possible?
  6. Thanks you for your input! So I already changed a lot the driver mode to all possibilities (ASIO, MME, WASAPI shared, WASAPI exclusive and WDM/KS) but those didn't seem to work. Today I just restarted Cakewalk again, changed it to WASAPI shared and suddenly it works again! I'm glad it's working right now, but I don't understand why the sound is fine right now, but a few hours ago, with the same driver mode, it didn't work. Is it something depending on my machine or Cakewalk? (maybe a noobie question, but I'm just trying to learn from this situation ) Cheers!
  7. Yeah sorry, I was using my other pc to post, here are the specs: Acer Aspire A717-71G laptop Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz 2.81 GHz 16 GB RAM x64 processor Windows 10 Home motherboard: Charizard_KLS V1.13 Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) ASIO4all v2
  8. Hi there! So I downloaded Cakewalk and I installed the Asio4all driver, but the sound still doesn't work. Sometimes I have no sound at all, sometimes there's a highly distorted sound. The strange thing is that a few hours ago, it suddenly worked perfectly for a few minutes. After getting back on my computer a few hours later and opening Cakewalk, it went back to it's audio problem. Anyone who has an idea how to solve this? I really hope we can solve this, because Cakewalk seems like the best DAW I'd ever use. If you need more information, just ask me.
  9. Hi Gaz! UPDATE: I restarted Cakewalk today and suddenly the problem was gone, but after a while, I got no output audio or there was audio with extreme distortion. I'm also new to Cakewalk and I have a similar problem. When I enter an instrument, I can play it with no problem, but while recording it, every note I play won't sound until a certain moment, and then all the notes play at the same time on that 'time stamp'. This repeats itself for every second or so. There is no 'snap to beat' or something like that selected and the snapping is at very odd moments, completely off beat. Did you find a solution yet? Cheers! Edward
  10. EdwardB

    Only 'on beat' recording

    Hi! I'm quite a newbie to DAWs and completely new to CW. I just solved the no playback problem (yay!), but I have problems with my recording. When put in an instrument, I can play it without any problems, but when recording, every sound I play gets delayed to a certain moment and then all of those notes play at the same time, with the same length. It doesn't sound on an exact time stamp, so I don't think it has to do with something like snapping to the beat or so. Strangely enough, initially this problem wasn't there when I got the sound working. Edward
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