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  1. Huh... last month I opened a few old *.wrk files in CbB. Talk about forward compatibility! 🙂
  2. If it's a plain MIDI track simply point its output to the virtual instrument (it should be in the list).
  3. I'd check track lanes to be sure there isn't something in there that's not visible at the parent track level.
  4. As someone who works in the software industry, that first question seems odd... why would you not want to do both? If software never changed until every single existing bug was gone, that software would likely never change. So unless it's near perfect to begin with... The company I work for has gone from annual releases (give or take) to quarterly and now to semi-annual. All of them have pros and cons, no exceptions. It's just a matter of your perspective at any given moment. As for the last line, Bandlab doesn't charge for Cakewalk so I don't think there's actually a bean counter connection? Although for most applications there certainly is some truth to that statement. That's the world we live in.
  5. Why yes, yes I do. Big fan from way back and Kerry Livgren was always an influence. Thanks!!
  6. Try trimming the (copied) clip before looping it.
  7. SteveC

    Cajon and Cello

    Hmmm... kinda sounds like acoustic jazz techno to me. 😉 That was just... cool. Layers coming in and out but never busy. Ya got something here.
  8. Thanks, Makke! Melody is so important so I really appreciate that.
  9. Thanks, Tom! Yep, overall vocals bumped up a bit and the response vocals up a bit more too. The piano runs were just having fun, though that fun did need a little clean-up here and there. And the bassist says... thanks! Fortunately I knew the changes so could keep up. I may not be a "real" bassist but I'm still heavily influenced by Chris Squire none the less. Appreciate it. I often have a somewhat short attention span with my own songs so like to constantly mix it up.
  10. Thanks, Jack! I just uploaded a revised version with a slight bump in the vocals. Appreciate it.
  11. SteveC


    That was really cool... Solid groove with a catchy melody/lyrics and some quality playing. And yeah, the instrumental section was awesome. Loved the visuals too, they kept up nicely.
  12. OK, that was really enjoyable. Funky, futuristic, retro, cyber - yeah, it's all there. Y'all got a great sense of humour and it comes through in both sound and video. You could almost say it's in your DNA... 🙃
  13. SteveC


    Nice... the sparseness really worked well to help convey the overall feel of the piece. Very effective.
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