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  1. Hey. It's getting weirder. Now the arrangement is playing without the CTRL button. What's going on? I'll guess this is a bug. Because it was not like that before. I mean the play button was looking like this when I hit the play button. But now it looks like this: I just hit the play buttton next to the section without holding down the CTRL key. Maybe this is a bug. I don't know. Anyways, it is working fine right now.
  2. By the way you can make it by default. I mean playing the arrangement without hitting the Ctrl button. You can do the opposite. I mean holding down the Ctrl key with the play section button plays the Timeline. This is more intuitive.
  3. Nevermind. I've found it. Hit the play button with the CTRL key. 😁
  4. In the Arrangements tab, when I hit the play button next to the sections (not the play button at the top) it starts to play that section. However that playback plays the Timeline, not the Arrangement. I mean when that section finish, the next section does not play with that button. When I hit the play button next to the section, I expect it to continue to play the next part after played section. Please make it that way. Thanks.
  5. 😀 It was not a change actually, I expanded it to be more comprehensible with additional information. Original version can be seen in the page. But yes, I changed the Title for the same purpose. First title was my solution to this problem. Then I changed it with the problem, not solution. And I would like to say thank you because your disagreement gave a life to this topic. This is way more better then misunderstanding. 😊
  6. I'm still sure that you'll want it after the implementation. You doubt it because it's not implemented still. As far as I know Cubase, Logic Pro and MOTU Digital Performer has this feature. And there may be many other DAWs comes with it. And I heard that using of this feature from the best composers like Danny Elfman and Hans Zimmer. And I'm happy to see that developers like Mark is not happy with the import feature in the Cakewalk as you see in this topic:
  7. I'm sure that you'll want that after the implementation. Because this is innovation.
  8. Where we will be using this feature? When you want to transfer your tracks to another project. When you want to keep your MIDI CC modifications with the Track Template file. When you want to keep your ideas (melodies, chord progressions, basslines, rhythms) with a specific sound (Synth Information) as a library file for future use. After all these explanations and video clips, I hope you get it for this time. If you don't get it, you'll get it when you need.
  9. Now we have this: BC4F4565-8E78-4E62-BB1B-FC90B3402AD2.MP4 And I'm asking for this: 9B5268A8-903F-434F-A3CF-20758C09C242.mp4
  10. Still no support to this feature request? Only got replies from people who misunderstood. What am I doing wrong?
  11. I guess Track Template File thing made a confusion. When I requested that I thought it would be simple to develop. Because Track Template files already comes with the synth information And now we have Standard MIDI File Export. And adding a MIDI data to an existing file is not a big deal. All we need is to combine them. In general, copying and pasting Instrument Tracks have problems as you know. We need a proper copy and paste Instrument Tracks with MIDIs between projects. Also we need a proper drag&drop without loss of synth information for all Cakewalk files.
  12. And please read the topic carefully before the reply. If something you don't get it you can ask me.
  13. Simply this: 9B5268A8-903F-434F-A3CF-20758C09C242.mp4
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