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Greg Wynn

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  1. Just ran into another “gotcha”. By default it looks like ripple editing is enabled with the latest update. I only have ever used it to check it out way back when it was first introduced by never since. Today I did some editing of an audio track that has some silence at the end of it and I deleted it. I then started the project from the beginning and listened to it and as if by magic a bunch of my tracks were WAY out of alignment. The culprit ? Yep, you guess it. Freaking ripple edit was enabled. Took me a little while to figure that out... Anyway hopefully this helps someone.
  2. Check your outputs and see if they were reassigned during the update. ALL of my inputs and outputs seemed randomly reassigned. SO damned frustrating.....
  3. Here’s a new one I’ve never seen before. Last night did a lot of work and encountered too many issues to list right now (but will later). I’ve been a user since Pro Audio days and I don’t know what’s going on with the latest version of CbB (WITH the hotfix candidate installed) but it’s clear something is sick. Check this out. Exported a project to wav with audio enabled so I could listen to it one last time. Export went fine and then opened the resultant wav in Wavelab. Here is where things got bizarre. A dialogue box opened in Wavelab that said something to the effect that “the wav file you are attempting to open is not a valid file and Wavelab is closing to prevent damage”. Say WHAT ?? I’ve never seen that either and have been using WL also for 15 years. So I reaccomplished the export thinking something must have glitched. SAME bizarre error in WL. Now I’m less that happy as I’d been encountering audio engine stops randomly (NEVER had that before), garbled sections of audio tracks that were acoustic guitar and were recorded properly gain staged, non-normal split clip behavior on audio tracks, on and on. By 2AM this morning I’d had enough of a very long frustrating night. The only thing that changed (besides the .11 version and resultant Hotfix candidate) was that I’ve started using Kazrog True Iron on my audio tracks. Are there any known issues with it ? By the way - this morning the project exported fine and opened properly in Wavelab. And I’d changed nothing.
  4. Just a general “thank you” to the Bakers not just for this update and hot fix but for keeping my favorite DAW well alive and kickin’. I’ve been onboard since Pro Audio (I think version 9 ?) in 2001 or so. Thanks guys !
  5. First time I’ve ever had an issue.... I didn’t realize you could download the updates separately....
  6. Hey folks - anyone having issues ? I cranked up Bandlab Assistant as I read there was a new update (and confirmed when my DAW told me the same thing) and I can’t logon ?? I did the old “forgot my password” to reset it, got the email and then changed the password but STILL can’t log in via the assistant. Downloaded and reinstalled the app and still no joy. any ideas ? I’ve been using the same password that I’ve used pretty much going back to the legacy forum.
  7. I didn’t know it existed either until a few weeks ago ! It works 99% of the time but sometimes misses an output so be aware of that. My Sonar template has separate tracks set up for every SD3 output and each track has an instance of SSL E, SSL G , Neve and a Focusrite . I then can quickly choose which console emulation fits which drum component best for the song. we live in cool times
  8. Actually SD3 has a setting that will keep the routing if you move to another drum kit or preset. I recently just found it and was overjoyed because it was SUCH a pain in the ***** redoing it every time. The setting (I don’t have it in front of me so going from memory) is near the bottom of the dialogue box where you change presets or drum kits. Something like “Keep routing from previous preset”.
  9. I’m using Superior Drummer 3 but I assume the functionalities are the same. In the mixer I set each drop component (kick, snare, Tom, cymbals, ambient, etc) to different outputs. For instance my kick will go out to 1/2, snare to 3/4, tom 5/6 etc. On each corresponding track I instantiate a console emulator (lately I’ve been REALLY loving Brainworx SSL 4000 E, SSL 4000 G, Neve or Focusrite). Then all of the drum tracks get touted to a bus.
  10. That’s EXACTLY how I use it and I’ve never had an issue.
  11. Creating a new folder is a EXCELLENT idea ! Thank you ! And I’ll bookmark the feature request url
  12. Thank you SO much for your continued work !!!!
  13. Is there anyway to increase that in the dialogue box so that maybe you can see the last ten used plug-ins or some other user-defined number ? Thanks folks !
  14. So after doing a bunch of troubleshooting (rebuilding aud.ini, removing/re-adding plugins, etc) I think I found solution albeit strange. I pressed the PDC button and tried the export and VOILA it worked. I then then tested further and pressed it again (to return it to its original state) and it still worked. One note I need to add. I did get a dialogue box at one point about the sample rate being wrong for my UAD plugs. I’d never seen that before and honestly aren’t sure why I got that.
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