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  1. http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Playback.29.html
  2. scook

    IDF's

    There are a couple of copies of Master.ins in a CbB/SONAR install but the version used by the program is in the same folder as Aud.ini, Cakewalk.ini and TTSSEQ.ini (often referred to as the user directory). There is a separate user directory for CbB and each version of SONAR in %appdata%\Cakewalk.
  3. Note duration may be set using the the note duration buttons at the top of the PRV or the menu in the tools HUD or module. The last touched option overrides these methods of selecting note duration. There are predefined keyboard shortcuts for some note duration settings. For more info see http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Tools.20.html
  4. The default behavior for double-click on audio clips changed in 2018-07 to open Clip Properties. At that time a setting was added to the Track View Options menu under Click Behavior > Double-Click > Audio Clips to modify this behavior. When looping audio if the length changes it means CbB needs help figuring out the number of beats. This may be fixed by altering the beats in the Loop Construction View or the Groove Clip section of the Clip Inspector.
  5. No, SONAR X2 was the last version of SONAR that would install on XP. Newer versions of SONAR and CbB use Microsoft libraries not available on XP.
  6. Sometime Cakewalk gets beat detection wrong. Open the clip in the Loop Construction View and modify the beats or change it in the groove clip section of the clip inspector
  7. This has available as a 64bit DX plug-in for some time. All DX plug-ins must run the same bitness as the host. In fact, 32bit DX plug-ins are not visible to 64bit hosts and 64bit DX plug-ins are not visible to 32bit hosts. For SONAR X3 and older run the installer, choose the 64bit option, advanced install and select the 64bit plug-ins to install. Newer versions that included this plug-in have it in the SONAR installers itself so, the 64bit DAW must be installed to get this and the other "half rack" plug-ins that came from Project 5.
  8. If there is a chance a collection of tracks and plug-ins will get used in more that one project, I create a track template. Saves a lot of repeat typing and setup.
  9. Lock and Justify was introduced in SONAR 2016-11 Lock and Center is new
  10. If this helps, the way I got around the port issue was using an FX Chain see http://forum.cakewalk.com/FindPost/3768664 I have not messed with VCV Bridge in some time but this trick still appears to work.
  11. Not sure if it is worth the effort. The VCV Bridge is a temporary solution introduced a little over a year ago. It is not really supported by the VCV developer. There is a VST version of of VCV Rack based v0.6 that works with CbB called VeeSeeVST Rack (the kvr thread has links to the development on GitHub). It has most of the free modules (although a few are missing such as NYSTHI and Vult). It also does not have any of the paid modules. Pretty sure development stopped with VCV Rack v1.0 was released. Still may be a better plug-in solution for now.
  12. http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=Browser.08.html#1294603
  13. The web based DAW and social media site were part of BandLab before they acquired Cakewalk software. Since the purchase they have invested quite a bit of time and money developing Cakewalk by BandLab It appears that they intend on keeping it around for some time.
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