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  1. Shhh... I'm kicking myself for not picking it up for $49
  2. I've gotten into the habit of creating a Windows System Restore Point just prior to installing / updating software. You just never know.
  3. Here's a fancy boi version for readablity : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1x1TebXhXaQiaQYuceaRfFRawS-ovxCxq8gdnTZcC9Ik/edit?usp=sharing
  4. Glad I found this thread. I've got 8.5, X1, X2 and X3.
  5. It appears that v2.0.7 is now available on PB 2.0.7 Prevent Scaler from hanging when reloading a saved project in Cakewalk - Windows Editing a chord voicing does not reset its custom playback settings anymore Add ability to Enable/Disable blinking effects All font size have been slightly increased Add ability to select between 3 font sizes (Small, Default, Large) Shift-Click on a chord from your progression now opens Chord Editor Further timing calculation improvement: Scaler 2 is now more accurate and consistent across the different trigger/capture modes: Live triggers, Section Playback, MIDI Capture, MIDI Output Prevent hung notes when dragging chords outside of Scaler in some DAW Prevent hung notes when holding a key not yet bound then activating bind Fix an issue causing dropped notes when arpeggiating chords with a voicing profiles applied Prevent the Settings menu from appearing behind other UI elements
  6. In REAPER, it only displays the VSTI3 and VST3. Btw, because it has "Input Fx", you can record any MIDI you generate in realtime, with the pads - you don't even have to sync Scaler with the DAW. The same can't be said for Mixcraft, without using a 3rd party MIDI router.
  7. Is a version log included which lists what is fixed in each update? Also, I hope the demos are being updated as well, seeing as how these are used to check compatibility with one's DAW application...
  8. I remember when Studio One came out, thinking what a stupid name it was, because they'd have to change the name with every successive major update...
  9. Slightly off-topic... Currently a crossgrade to Studio One Pro is $299 USD compared to buying Studio One Pro outright is $279 USD 🙄
  10. I'm still in the process of evaluating Mixcraft with REAPER and the Cubase ecosystem.
  11. I'm cool with the v9 interface. There's another school of thought that visual stimulation should be limited so as to have a minimal affect on auditory function. So, in that line of thinking, REAPER has the most conducive interface for making music. 😁
  12. You mean for example, how they implemented a non-destructive chord track which also works on polyphonic audio? Perhaps Cubase will get some Studio One features... in November...
  13. Seriously though - that looks a lot like what Stanley Clarke was playing at the time. What is the sound like compared to a MM StingRay or other basses we might be more familiar with?
  14. I'll be buying Scaler 2 when it is out at the end of May. Now the question is, do I use it with Mixcraft, REAPER, or register my cross-grade to Cubase? 🤣 Maybe I should have cross-graded to Studio One Pro 🤣🤣
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