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  1. Jeremy Jensen

    Integrated Reference Mix Tool

    I think it would be amazing if Cakewalk were to include easy reference mix comparison functionality comparable to Mastering the Mix's REFERENCE. Why this type of technology just isn't a built-in part of every DAW escapes me. Obviously you can do a lot of what REFERENCE does by other means, but not as usefully or conveniently as you can with REFERENCE or plug-ins like it.
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    Ability to scan single plug-ins

    For example, I don't have the option set to "scan existing plugins", but it still takes a good 10 minutes to do a scan. It would be awesome, if possible, if I could just find the new plugin and have it just scan and add the new plugin that would be superb.
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    Ability to scan single plug-ins

    It would be nice to be able to specify individual plugins.
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    [CLOSED] Cakewalk 2019.07 Early Access 1

    I'm LOVING this change!
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    Change Tempo

    No. It's not going to sound good if you shrink the audio that much. If your song was just MIDI, you'd be fine, but recorded audio will have too many artifacts with that much of a change in tempo.
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    Ability to scan single plug-ins

    I don't know if other DAWs have this ability, but it sure would be nice, when you want to add a new plug-in, to not have to do a full scan on your plug-ins.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    Yeah. I've got to think that one of the samples in the kit selection I was using was messed up somehow, and, that, when the messed-up sample's turn came up in the round robin, I'd not hear the cymbal. I'm sending XLN my project for them to look at. Maybe they can fix whatever it was that caused my problem and fix it in future versions.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    I've swapped out these crash cymbals for other crash cymbals in AD2 and it appears to have fixed the problem. Weird. Thanks for your help everyone.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    I increased the buffer and it didn't fix my problem. I'm in touch with XLN support, so I'm hoping they can help me.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    Yes. It's not the slider. The problem is intermittent. Sometimes the crash cymbal, say, at 1:37 plays and sometimes it doesn't.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    I don't think it's skipping notes. I see an indicator go off in AD2 every time I'm expecting to hear the crash cymbal. It's just not audible. I'll still try increasing that buffer and seeing how it goes though for sure. I'm crossing my fingers. I haven't had a chance yet to try it, but will tonight.
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    Creating Vocal Harmonies with Melodyne

    It seems to me that Melodyne would be a great compositional tool when coming up with harmonies, but would I keep the Melodyne-d part? Nah. I'd most likely resing the part after finalizing which notes I'd be singing.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    Will do! Thank you! I'll let you know how it goes.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    Also, just so I don't get too obtuse about this, here's the symptom, described as simply as I can: When my song plays, sometimes, at random, a crash cymbal decides not to play. Then you play the song again and that exact same crash cymbal WILL play. The only thing that makes me think it might not be Cakewalk is that in the AD2 software, in the view where you see the individual drums, it shows that the cymbal is struck, every time, even if you can't hear the cymbal. I hope that makes sense. It's kind of a hard thing to have to describe.
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    Addictive Drums 2 cymbal crashes velocity problems

    The velocities vary. The problem I'm experiencing is that, for example, a velocity of one of these notes might be set to 115, but you play it back and can't hear it. But only sometimes. You'll go back and play the exact same note later and it will play as 115, like you'd expect. The problem is that, randomly, the velocity seems to go down to 0 or 5 or something even though it's set at 115 in the PRV. In fact, it may not be a velocity problem at all. All I know is that AD2 always registers receiving a note, but randomly (not every time) either doesn't play the note or plays it so quietly you can't hear it in the mix. It may be that AD2, at random intervals, just randomly shows that it's receiving the note, but doesn't actually play the note. I'm not sure.
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