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  1. After reading all the details Matt provided. After doing more homework. After following Matt's suggestions and ABACAB's suggestions. After re-installing the M-1 and re-installing CbB which recently went through an update. The M-1 is opening as usual. The funny thing is, I discovered I have to avoid making a double click within CbB when I open the M-1, in order to avoid the crash/freeze of the DAW itself... It took me forever to figure it out. It happens I've been using a different and newer computer because of Windows 10, which somehow it appears to respond to a softer touch or more sensitive one compared to the one I used with Windows 7. The things I have to get use to in order to make songs happen. You guys have no idea about the relief I'm going through. You guys have helped me a great deal and I sure thank the One Above most of all. I hope I can come back with better news next time... Thank you so much to all of you for dropping by with your support, GS
  2. Information follow up , 1-I've trying to do some clean up of the older files of the previous version of the M-1 but even so, not much progress was made 2-Recently I got a DAW called Studio One from Positive Grid; it's a nice thing but it doesn't bring on board all the plugins that Cakewalk is able to bring on board. However, the M1 doesn't make it crash and it responds as expected. The interface I have used for years made by Digitech with ASIO drivers has been solid with this DAW and also with Cakewalk, as along as I don't bring the M-1 on board on Cakewalk. However, I was using Platinum with this same interface with a Windows 7 computer and the M-1 on previous version was responding as expected. Everything was solid. The whole thing has gotten difficult when I transitioned to Windows 10 but the crash issue has been happening only when the M1 comes along 3- CbB and Platinum, even Studio One are functioning at 64 samples/ 44.1 KHz/ 5.60/247 samples with the interface I use with ASIO drivers. Also using 44100 sampling rate 4-Platinum brings the choice to send crash information to Cakewalk but when I follow the procedure it takes me to the older Cakewalk website and becomes a dead end street 5-CbB just closes itself 6-Studio One doesn't do anything because the M-1 responds as expected 7-The M-1 responds as a stand alone without any issues 8- Computer specs are; Intel(R) Core (TM) i5-9300H/CPU@ 2.40 GHz with 16GB RAM/ Windows 10 Pro 9-Something curious is that, sometimes I use Studio One and bring the M-1 on board. Then I close Studio One and open CbB; bringing the M-1 on board again and there's no crash. 10-Over all, still exploring and trying to figure this thing out and see about making it functional. Of course, any suggestions would help Thanks again, GS 09092020_152147.dmp
  3. First of all, thank you for all you guys information. This is what I have done and yet no success, 1-I was able to to get the more up to date M1 version. It works great as a stand alone 2- I also brought on board CbB which is quite close to Platinum and I'm getting acquainted with it However, Both Platinum and CbB are still crashing when the M1 comes along. This means it's possible to add the M1 to an instrument track but as soon as I try to open the synth to hear something, the DAWs crash. It's really sad and frustrating as the M1 is full of great sounds. Once again. any suggestions would be appreciated
  4. Recently I moved into Windows 10. Things had been going quite normal. I even re-installed previous Sonar versions like X3 and things had been fine for the most part. However, there's this soft synth from Korg, the M-1 which was opening fine within Platinum while on Windows 7 and also using it on X3. It happens now, if I decide to use it within Platinum on Windows 10; after you select the synth and as soon as you open it, Platinum crashes and it closes itself. It never did such before... I re-installed the synth thinking it was the synth but after I tried it again within X3 and even another DAW called Studio One, the M-1 responded as expected. Of course I concluded that the issue is within Platinum. I sure need some suggestions about how to look for some kind of way around it... Thank you, GS
  5. After going over you guys details and information, what was suggested last; that is using the Echo button became quite functional. For some reason I didn't try it before or I had to do some computer re-start or program re-start. The nice thing; Bias can also be used with virtual instruments like synths to modify sound results. This means one doesn't always has to use it with a non virtual guitar or bass guitar. I even gave it a try with Rapture Session and a few interesting results took place. Thanks to all of you for your help, GS
  6. I'm going to go over all of you guys information and do some try outs; then I'll come back with details about what took place. The interface I use has sound outputs and I plug the usual two monitors to it. A USB connection goes from it to a computer. Thanks to all of you, GS
  7. I have discovered Sonar is able to bring on board Bias 2 and Bias Pedal as effects. However, if I try to record a a track. The signal is not routed through Bias 2/ Bias Pedal in real time. One would have to play and record a dry signal and then Bias 2/ Bias Pedal will respond to the recorded track. Of course, when it comes to phrasing things get complicated... Is there any way to enable the signal to go through Bias 2/Bias Pedal while on recording mode..? I tried to press the recording button on the track. I was expecting the signal was going to go through Bias 2/Bias Pedal while on sort of stand by recording mode. Such didn't happen. I have read in other DAWs such doesn't take place and one can have Bias2/ Bias Pedal detecting the instrument signal on stand by recording. Of course I'm bias with Sonar as I think it's a very user friendly DAW and one is quite used to it and content with its results for the most part. Any suggestions are welcomed Thank you, GS
  8. I had been doing the cancel thing and no further issues after that. I think you're right as Dimension LE came along with Sonar 7 Thanks for sharing the information, GS
  9. I was able to make the transition. It took endless weeks but it happened. Now I have a registration synth issue. I've moved all my Cakewalk stuff into a new computer. However, the Dimension LE that I've owned for years is asking me to register the product once again. I thought the registration number was going to be there as part of the program files since it was registered years ago but such wasn't the case. Now I'm trying to see how I'd be able to move from this point on as the synth is not part of my registered products list. I think it was given to me as part of a Sonar 7 promotion back then. Any suggestions..?
  10. I 've moved all my Cakewalk stuff into a new computer. However, the Dimension LE that I've owned for years is asking me to register the product once again. I thought the registration number was going to be there as part of the program files since it was registered years ago but such wasn't the case. Now I'm trying to see how I'd be able to move from this point on as the synth is not part of my registered products list. I think it was given to me as part of a Sonar 7 promotion back then. Any suggestions..? Thank you, GS
  11. Thank you very much for your information. Hopefully I'd start the process soon and if I get to have some issues I sure will come back here..
  12. I stared using Sonar Home Studio 7 on the first decade of this century using Windows XP. The time came to move into Windows 7 and I was able to move Sonar 7 into a different computer. While using Windows 7 I purchased Sonar Basic and Sonar Producer. Later on I ended up with Sonar Platinum. I was advised not to delete Sonar 7, Sonar Basic or Producer because Platinum was going to gather most if not all previously installed plugins into itself. In case I was going to need any of those older plugins, Platinum was going to have them on board. And so it happened and things were up and running as expected. The time came to get more hard drive space which led into getting another computer with Windows 10. The Windows 7 computer didn't have enough hard drive space for such, nor suitable hardware to handle the upgrade. A new computer was required and now I'm in high need of re-installing programs into the new computer. Now with the transition of Cakewalk into Bandlab I happen to be here looking for help, Does the Cakewalk Command Center still work ? If it does; Will it be functional to help out throughout a transferring program processing? Will I be able to re-install all previous Sonar versions I've had from the past after transferring program files into this new computer including all plugins? If anyone out there may have some suggestions, I'd appreciate it Thank you, GS
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