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  1. One way is add a bus after the master bus. As long as all audio resolves to the master bus and the master bus is routed to another bus (I call it "To Mains") anything done this bus is heard in the monitors (or where ever this bus is routed). When exporting always select the master bus. This bypasses any buses added after the master bus.
  2. MIDI playback changing after stopping the transport leads me to suspect the Zero Controllers When Play Stops setting.
  3. As a rule, manufacturer supplied ASIO drivers work best. The RealTek ASIO driver is an exception. It is not clear what ASIO driver @grannis installed but my bet is something other than RealTek.
  4. If the RealTek driver is under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ASIO in the registry, it needs to be deleted. Removing the registry entry will prevent the DAW from trying to load the bad driver and the program will use another Windows driver. Maybe someday Cakewalk will automatically skip this driver.
  5. One other thing to check - make sure The RME driver is the only one in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ASIO
  6. The process described does not set the velocity, it makes the filtered selection as requested What you do with the selected notes is up to you.
  7. Look in the Windows Event logs. There may be additional data there. If Cakewalk is shutting down before loading a project, it is unlikely to be a plug-in. It may be driver related. Details about the audio interface may help.
  8. Select the row in the PRV Open Edit > Select > By Filter... Enter the Min/Max velocity to keep selected
  9. scook

    Bandlab Assistant

    Starting with CbB 2020.09 there is no reason to use BA to update CbB. There is an update option on the CbB help menu. See http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=NewFeatures.027.html Keep in mind Windows 7 is not supported. For more info see
  10. BA uses the registry to track what it installs. That is why the option is disabled there. It may be possible to repair the install using Windows Apps & Features. That may be what re-running the Melodyne installer from Cakewalk Web Installer will do.
  11. Try Live Input PDC override
  12. The easiest way is use the Cakewalk Web Installer instead of BandLab Assistant.
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    Size of cakewalk setup

    Please do not cross post. See my reply to your other post
  14. Internet access is required for install, activation and update but BandLab Assistant may not be necessary. For initial install try the Cakewalk Web Installer. After that CbB has reactivate and update options in the help menu. Reactivation may also be perform without having the DAW connected to the internet as long an there is another machine with internet access, see http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=NewFeatures.040.html (this does require BA)
  15. It does just like @David Baay described above IOW, when global snap is disabled (default keyboard shortcut "N" to toggle), snap is disabled in the PRV regardless of the PRV snap settings. If the shortcut does not work, check for a custom binding.
  16. For full MIDI performances use File > Open instead of File > Import > MIDI. File > Open is what happens when double-clicking a MIDI file. If no MIDI output device is selected in preferences, Cakewalk automatically sets up TTS-1 when opening a MIDI file. Import is intended for adding clips to an existing project.
  17. To destructively apply effects in the track FX Rack see http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=0x18206 Bounce and freeze are similar in that they both render the track. Bounce renders the track to a new track. Freeze renders the track in place, optionally disables plug-ins and disconnects synths when used with a synth. Really should try and get a handling on Region FX for plug-ins that support the feature.
  18. Usually installers for sample-based plug-ins provide for an install path for their sample libraries. For those that lack this feature directory junctions may be used to relocate folders to another drive. Directory junctions are created using the Windows command line utility mklink with /j switch. There is plenty of documentation about mklink on the web and quite a few discussions about the utility on the old cakewalk forum. To see the old discussions use this search string on Google site:forum.cakewalk.com mklink There are quite a threads with examples of how to use mklink.
  19. http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=0x18355
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