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David Pollock

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  1. This is still unresolved. Any ideas?
  2. When I select a section and choose "duplicate" a completely empty section is created after the section. Control+shift has the same outcome. I am guessing I am missing a setting somewhere, but I cannot find what it is if anyone can tell me.
  3. Yes, I was using "zeroed out" to mean it was in the neutral position, but thanks for checking.
  4. The timing and swing options were zeroed out Kurre, so I don't think that was it. Thanks.
  5. They were set at quarter notes when I did this, and I could not replicate it. So I have no idea what happened. I guess I will just get in the habit of double checking. Thanks.
  6. See in the attached piano roll view that some chords created in the step sequencer do not align perfectly to the beat. I have been rerecording a part that goes with this over and over because I thought I kept playing off beat. Turns out that the sequencer is the problem. How does this happen?
  7. Thanks Jeremy. I knew it had to be something simple, and despite many years of Sonar use, I didn't know that existed.
  8. Either something changed with recent updates, or I have some unknown option turned on. Didn't used to work like this. When I select a section of a midi track, and delete it, the same amount of track is deleted in all tracks. I simply want to delete this little bit of one track without moving anything over in that track or any others. Must be something simple, but I cannot find it.
  9. Man, I'm not sure if I'm in that list or not. It's going to be really annoying if I'm not. I've been a Cakewalk user since DOS days (look it up youngsters) and paid for the supposedly lifetime updates from Cakewalk toward the end. Thanks scook.
  10. Thanks. It's going to be more complicated than I had hoped apparently and that I will likely lose some older plugins or instruments. That sucks.
  11. I want to be sure I don't mess things up, or lose content, when I change computers soon. Currently, my cwp files and other system files are on my C hard drive. Exported audio files are in Dropbox. And my pretty large samples files are on a second internal hard drive. I suppose I can just backup every cw-related file I can find, and then try to restore them on the new machine in the same location, but something tells me I'm not going about this the smartest way. Maybe this is obvious, but not to me at the moment. Any suggestions on the best way to go about this?
  12. Aha! I figured there was a reasonable solution. Thank you!
  13. I cannot figure out if I've changed a setting unwittingly, if the tool changed, or if I have a basic misunderstanding, but suddenly, when I draw expression or modulation in piano roll view, I get large incremental steps instead of very detailed ones. In this screenshot, you see smooth lines on the left and then larger, steps on the left that I added just now. How do I get back this more detailed drawing?
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