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  1. Yah, this sale won't ever end. I'm just waiting for them to abandon it like they did with Hexeract... which is still at intro price 3 years later as well. lol
  2. Figured I'd finally post this here in case anyone is interested. The past 2 years I've had a Discord server up for Cakewalk. it's been getting more and more active lately so would be good getting some more people who know their way around the software in. https://discord.gg/6nTbNv8
  3. Based on what some people were saying about the class when they put up the BF sale, I'd just as much assume stay away from it anyway.
  4. Correct, and the cost to developers in order to license their libraries is not cheap. This is one of the reasons most libraries you buy that are compatible with Player also cost a lot more money. They pass that cost on to the customer. I've noticed more than one free library lately with license keys and a few cheaper ones as well. Pretty crazy they eat the cost since I have an idea what the loss is there.
  5. Yup, I'm aware and it's a damn shame that it went down the way it did because it was a really nice piece of hardware. I'd likely still be using it in some capacity if it didn't require 40 steps to get it somewhat working. I'm actually really surprised they didn't continue supporting it considering the work and money that must have gone into producing it.
  6. Thanks for that. Certainly gives me some more to consider. I would do a pretty extensive test with this before I jump but it's nice to know the option is available and it mostly works as intended.
  7. Good enough for Steinberg to convince Yamaha to support Cakewalk on a Nuage system? I'm kidding... kind of. I know it won't happen.
  8. I was wondering what the chances would be that Bandlab would be willing to work with hardware manufacturers such as Avid to bring Cakewalk into their hardware ecosystem? I've been eyeing up an S4 EUCON Control Surface but sadly Cakewalk is not on the list of supported DAWs. This is sadly the case for most hardware integrations and has been for a long time. It would be nice if this could change because I feel the lack of deep hardware integration is one major drawback to using Cakewalk at this point.
  9. Correct. There's no reason it shouldn't be unless AVID doesn't care enough to do the leg work on their part but that would be a discussion between Bandlab and them to come to that decision. I doubt it would ever happen if there was no discussion though. The Roland console was fantastic. I had one. I really liked it when it worked. The crumbling relationship between Cakewalk and Roland though didn't help with keeping it supported though. With AVID, if it meant the possibility of selling their consoles to another market, they may just be willing to put the work in.
  10. https://rhizomatic.fr/index.php/plasmonic/ This is by the same bloke who made Absynth. Sounds amazing, interface is... usable. Been waiting on this one for a while.
  11. I was wondering what the chances would be that Bandlab would be willing to work with hardware manufacturers such as Avid to bring Cakewalk into their hardware ecosystem? I've been eyeing up an S4 EUCON Control Surface but sadly Cakewalk is not on the list of supported DAWs. This is sadly the case for most hardware integrations and has been for a long time. It would be nice if this could change because I feel the lack of deep hardware integration is one major drawback to using Cakewalk at this point.
  12. Let us know what you find out. I have them for Cubase and was about to buy the ones for Cakewalk but I think I'll wait. The whole articulation mapping in Cakewalk is pretty new so I assume there will be some things that need to be fixed with it. I've not even updated to it yet.
  13. https://www.babylonwaves.com/cakewalk/ Really happy these guys were quick to jump in on this.
  14. Being that the site is hosted and supported by a third party now, I'm much more hopeful. Since they've come back up from the last blunder, it's worked much better than it did before. I can actually even use search now; something that should never have been as big an issue as it was but it gives me hope.
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