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Jeremy Jensen

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  1. AMEN! I have faith that it will happen someday.
  2. Yeah, I definitely don't think this is anything other than a popularity contest, but I figured Cakewalk's popularity could be underestimated if the user base didn't know about this poll. So, yeah, I agree with you.
  3. Feel free to vote for Cakewalk here!
  4. I thought I was the only one that was annoyed by the inability to disable this. I hope the bakers include this option soon.
  5. Thank you! I'll try this as soon as I can. I hope it's a good workaround for me.
  6. I actually 100 percent agree with this. It's getting kinda frustrating in the timeline, to be honest. I was excited about the timeline selection when I heard about it, but, in practice, it's something I would rather just have the ability to turn off. Not a dealbreaker, obviously, but it would be nice.
  7. Hi Noel, Sorry I haven't gotten back sooner. I will try to get you a project with the problem. I did end up removing the problematic track and replacing it with another. Hopefully I can reproduce the problem. Thanks.
  8. When I installed this EA release, it made it so my Arturia Piano V stopped making sound. How do I revert? I'm hoping I don't have to uninstall and reinstall.
  9. Yeah, I always knew I could do that. I just like the HUD because it's right there where I'm looking on the screen. Thanks for making the suggestion though!
  10. I tried Chuck's idea and it didn't work how I was hoping it would. Anytime you click one of the tool buttons in the HUD, it disappears. I need to be able to see, for example, where the mute tool is. It isn't immediately apparent to me which of those buttons contain it. Therefore, I need to be able to click on each of those buttons without the HUD disappearing. That's my request. Left clicking on the tiny arrow doesn't produce anything close to what I want in a desired behavior. That's fine if I'm the only one that wants the HUD to behave this way, but there isn't a work around to get what I want unless I'm missing something.
  11. I'll give that a shot! Thank you for the tip.
  12. I know this isn't what the original poster requested, but thought this was as good a place as any to mention my solution to recording and playing at the same time. I set up markers where I know I will need them for recording takes, and then I use my wireless keyboard and keyboard shortcuts to navigate where I need to go and use the transport controls. I set up my keyboard on a music stand near where I'm recording my takes. This obviously only works if you're within your wireless keyboard's range, and if you're close enough to your computer monitor to see what's going on.
  13. I think a small improvement to Cakewalk would be to make it so that the Tools HUD doesn't disappear until you click outside of the boundaries of the HUD. You could also include a small "X" to close the HUD as well. Either way, simply clicking one of the HUD buttons shouldn't make the HUD disappear. When I'm right clicking each of the buttons to see where a tool resides (e.g., where the Mute tool is) it's annoying that I have to keep clicking the center mouse button to make the HUD reappear.
  14. 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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