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  1. Thanks alot, you were right @scook, the Event List view was just hidden in the workspace I was using Checking that checkbox allowed me to access the Event List view and selectively delete all events past the 45 seconds mark, marked with black in the screenshot below
  2. I am encountering this error for the second time where Cakewalk thinks a project (that I've linked below) is way longer than it actually is. The song itself is 45 seconds long, yet Cakewalk thinks it goes on for over 2 minutes, therefore rendering over a minute of mere silence. Last time I could actually apply a fix from a previous thread about the same issue (http://forum.cakewalk.com/FindPost/3205742) where I would open the Event List view and delete all events after the end of my song, but I can't find it anymore in the places it once was. Looking at the cakewalk manual https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=4&help=EditingMIDI.45.html , the Event List view should be in one of those drop-down menus, but it isn't: So how can I get rid of the silence at the end of my tracks, or am I doomed to always select my track before rendering it? super long silence at the end.cwp super long silence at the end.mp3
  3. Upon recording MIDI notes to Cakewalk's metronome I noticed that they are always recorded a bit sooner then when I actually played them. This effect seems to get worse at a higher recording tempo, and better if the tempo is low. I made a video portraying the issue in action: It seems like Cakewalk's metronome plays its tick a fixed amount of time too early, but there might be even more bugs hiding behind Cakewalk's janky GUI. For the sake of even being able to record sound I had to use FL Studio ASIO as my ASIO driver, but the effect is just as present with ASIO4All. I'm on a Windows 10 machine with the following specs, in case it helps you diagnose the problem: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600, 6x 3.20GHz RAM: G.Skill RipJaws V schwarz DIMM Kit 16GB, DDR4-3200 graphics card: AMD Radeon RX Vega 56, 8GB HBM2 mainboard: ASUS ROG Strix B350-F Gaming
  4. Anytime I insert an instrument track with my favorite VST synthesizer MSoundFactory it loads a weird preset that I don't want. How can I replace that default preset with a better one?
  5. You're right @scook, I do need to use the wheel type! Thanks for your quick assistance ^^
  6. Reaper has it, why doesn't anything pitch-related pop up in Cakewalk's MIDI CC dialogue? Cakewalk is on Roli's list of MPE enabled DAWs (https://support.roli.com/support/solutions/articles/36000037202-compatible-synths-daws-and-instruments) and I still don't know how to draw automation curves my MIDI notes' pitch into the piano roll.
  7. I'm actually looking for a way to draw automation curves for MPE MIDI CC events inside Cakewalk's piano roll, like you can in Bitwig Studio 3 as well as Reaper 6. But thanks for telling me, maybe it will come in handy one day in another daw with better MPE support
  8. I just discovered that Bitwig Studio has a convenient workflow for editing the MPE pitch automation of a note directly inside the piano roll, demonstrated in this video at 5:21 Yet I couldn't find anything like that in Cakewalk by Bandlab. I've read that Cakewalk does support MPE, but where do I draw out my per-note pitch automation? Does Cakewalk even have such a feature up to this point of time?
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