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Alan Tubbs

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  1. Modx software synced fine. I didn’t mess with it much since it was a demo but it all worked. I’ve got the new stage organ Fm in and I guess I’ll have to reinstall the software. I’ll report back. It uses some kind of connect also.
  2. 1176s are often used on bass, either going in on recording or shaping afterwards. The 1176 can add an edge of distortion to the sound, just a a little that helps push the sound forward. An 1176 is almost like a switch it can be so fast, so just a small knob change can have a large effect in that small sliver of sound. the other standby is the la2a kind of compressor. Or use both together.
  3. Jesse Jost has a 30 min interview about cakewalk by Bandlab. Check it out. https://sonicstate.com/news/2020/09/17/presentation-cakewalk-a-free-daw-for-pc/
  4. Yea, that is it. Great reverb that was fun to use. And educational!
  5. Cakewalk used to have an early do reverb that showed a box shaped and the size of the room.. it was not only their best sounding reverb at the time but was highly educational.. I forget the name but I remember it.
  6. Windows 7 works fine with the cakewalk by bandlab, the latest iteration of sonar.
  7. Or you can pay hundreds of dollars for another capable DAW. It is easy to skip the social media. Ive got Bandlab and cakewalk on an old w7 machine that connects to the internet every 6 months to update bandlab and whatever else needs upgrading. It is my main mixing rig. Otherwise, I ignore bandlab and it seems to leave me alone except for updating.
  8. I’ve used The TAscam us series , they share the same drivers so should be good to go for years. Good drivers and hardware. Audient would be my fav sub $1000 line. I use the 44 and find it a hair better sounding than most the other interfaces, so I would go with one of theirs. And 4 is the # of I/o I need.
  9. I once emailed with microtech geffel About repair and even their front desk said check the cable. I had just used it the day before so I didn’t think.. I had barely uncoupled the mic, but sure enough, the cable died overnight w one simple twist. Saved me hundreds and terminal embarrassment, almost tripping the thing back to Germany. @
  10. Be sure that the headphone plug is seated, and then reseat it. That has got me before.
  11. Freeze the track. Copy the resultant audio to an open audio track. Unfreeze the original track and archive it until needed again.
  12. It doesn’t matter, mastering will do that I the end. But At one point many proS wouldn’t track or mix without slamming the ssl buss comp on the master. I don’t use a master buss comp or anything, but I’d be happy to use cakewalks ssl buss comp if I did. Really nice job on that one.
  13. I use cakewalk bandlab on a win7 rig and it works fine. and it won’t overwrite your old cake version already o your hard drive.
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