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  1. Cyclone was bundled with SONAR too. I did not use DS864 much, but Velocity was a nice drum sampler with an easy interface. Much easier than creating sfz files. Both DS864 and Velocity would need a 64bit port and new UIs as the original ones were pretty small.
  2. It was added in 2021.09, see the ASIO driver compatibility checking section in http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=NewFeatures.015.html
  3. ASIO4All and all the other generic ASIO "drivers" are wrappers for native Windows drivers. Generic ASIO "drivers" allow software that require ASIO to work with devices that do not have an ASIO driver or ship with a broken ASIO driver such as the RealTek chip in most PCs. These generic drivers conflict with real ASIO drivers. Focusrite makes a quality ASIO drivers.
  4. Most likely because you are not using the Focusrite driver but have a generic driver installed. If you cannot figure out how to uninstall the generic driver(s), remove all the entries from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ASIO except the Focusrite driver. The Focusrite driver will work with all DAWs and is the best choice for Focusrite interfaces.
  5. Any time an interface has a factory supplied ASIO driver that should be the first choice. Note, this does not include interfaces that ship with ASIO4ALL. Focusrite does supply genuine ASIO drivers. https://support.focusrite.com/hc/en-gb/articles/207546105-How-to-install-Focusrite-drivers-on-Windows When using a factory supplied driver, it is important to make sure generic ASIO drivers such as ASIO4All and the generic drivers included with Cubase, Samplitude and FL Studio are not installed.
  6. Try adjusting the buffering on the receiving BC Connector
  7. Reason added VST support to their DAW and created a Reason VST plug-in. One alternative to connect various VST/AU/AAX hosts is the new Blue Cat's Connector.
  8. Presets are XML files. Easy enough to modify the "BC Connector VST data\Presets" installed along with the plug-in with a text editor and save them into your "Documents\Blue Cat Audio\Blue Cat's Connector\Presets"
  9. "Enter/Exit Auto Track Zoom" is exposed for binding in the "Track View" area in Preferences > Customization > Keyboard Shortcuts
  10. Yes, archive is useful. Archive is more about saving CPU cycles than reducing the project memory footprint. In fact, archiving a softsynth does not remove the synth from memory. Disconnecting the synth unloads the synth from memory. Connect/Disconnect toggle is in the synth rack menu (D in the image below) when docked with the browsers. When undocked or in the multidock, use the power button next to each synth. For more info see http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Browser.11.html Time sensitive programs like DAWs don't run very well if they are forced to use virtual memory.
  11. Quick grouping Select the tracks, while holding down the CTRL key, click on one of the track's output drop down and select or create the bus. For more in see http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Mixing.43.html
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