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Gopinaath Gandotraa

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  1. Yeah, I think reducing the length seems to be the only option in Cakewalk. My question was for long 808s that overlap. I think gliding could help but I don't see the 'wheel' option on the list for some reason.
  2. Oh.. And I also took off the synths, converted them to audios, just in case. No luck
  3. Hi, Hope everyone is doing well! Ever since I've updated my Cakewalk to the latest version, the audio engine keeps crashing and the whole track plays slow/different tempo. I'm on Windows 10, 8 gigs of RAM and plenty storage. I went through the support article: https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=Cakewalk&language=3&help=AudioPerformance.24.html Employed the changes suggested to no avail. Am I the only one? Is the latest version bad?
  4. Thats bad.. Sometimes you just want notes held longer without note overlaps making it muddy.
  5. How would you do that? I'm aware of what CAL files are but dont know how to write one.
  6. Okay. So there's this feature called 'Cut itself' in FL studio. It basically stops playing an instrument/sound if 2 notes are close to each other, and the timeline reaches the second note. (In the piano roll view). I would like to use the feature for 808s. The mix gets really muddy with 2 808 notes playing over each other. I have tried Tx16wx and quite a few other samplers but they don't seem to have this either. I'd appreciate some help
  7. I had been looking for this. Thank you!
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