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Gary McCoy

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  1. Exactly. I have already moved some stems from Cakewalk over to S1 to edit, tweak, and mix. I find the S1 workflow more to my liking.
  2. Correct. My initial post was not clear enough. I still have CW, along with with a 25 year backlog of projects. I love it and will always have it at my fingertips. However, after using it for a few weeks now, I will be using Studio One as my primary DAW and plan to start all new projects with it. Thanks for the input.
  3. Of course. I love Cakewalk and will continue to use it when it suits my requirements.
  4. ...for all the help and advice I've gotten over the years. I am moving over to Studio One, but I have to thank this community for all the support I have received. I have always thought that this forum is one of the major advantages of using Cakewalk. Best of luck to you all.
  5. Bless you, sir! That was it, but I sure don't how how that box ever got checked.
  6. Been using CW for almost 30 years and it is acting very strange. I just updated a week or so ago (ver. 2020.04) and so I'm never certain if this odd behavior is a bug, or something new that I am unaware of. My problem: I DI an electric guitar in a new audio track. I set the correct input and turn on the monitor. Everything as it should be. I hear the guitar, I see it on the meters. But, when I hit "play," the audio disappears. Gone. No sound, no meters. Stop playback, everything is back. If I arm record and start record, I have the sound back. It records. It plays back. But, I cannot practice and experiment. In order to hear anything, I must be in record. In 30 years I have never experienced this. Oh, BTW, this behavior seems to be intermittent. Sometimes it works just fine. Any ideas? thanks...
  7. I see. It is a new feature and I just updated, so I had not seen it before. thanks.
  8. What does this bar indicate? I am asking about the bracketed bar that looks like an inverted loop bracket. It stretches from measure 7 to measure 19. I don't know how I made it appear, I don't know what it indicates and I don't know how to get rid of it. I can move it about just like the loop bracket. I can't look it up in the manual because I don't know what it is called. Thanks.
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