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  1. For me, since 1981, COBOL, UFO, ADS/O, PowerBuilder, Peoplesoft. As a DBA, IDMS, Oracle, E-business Suite, SQL Server. All with 2 years of tech school. 😄
  2. Oh no, I hope no one was injured.
  3. I still have an unregistered Cubase 10 Crossgrade. Hopefully, it will be good for 11.5 if I register when it is available. I'm still on the fence between Cubase and Studio One.
  4. pbognar

    Windows 11

    You have to consider the total cost of ownership - including labor. 🙂
  5. pbognar

    Windows 11

    And this is considered a Deal?
  6. That's the first thing I look for when an Early Access release is made available 😉
  7. Has anyone run the numbers comparing cost of Sphere to S1 Purchase over the course of say 3 years, assuming one keeps up with upgrades? I saw something somewhere...
  8. I'm love the remixes and the demos, especially the Abbey Road package - and I'm a mega Beatles fan. I know what you mean by the instruments being too discrete - sometimes stacked or smeared sounds of the originals are cool because they blur the boundaries of where one thing ends and another begins. Having said that, I rarely go back to the originals. I just really like clarity. I listen on headphones 97% of the time. Yes, the bass could be evened out on AR, but having better drums and a nice stereo spread is worth it for me.
  9. In order to perform polyphonic audio to MIDI conversion in Mixcraft 9, you need to have Melodyne 5 Editor or Studio installed. It is the same for Cakewalk.
  10. Do you remember the joy and amazement of being able to record 4 tracks, overdub and bounce, all in the same machine? 🤩
  11. I'm not seeing the promotion. Is there a license serial you are supposed to use after downloading?
  12. I still have my Tascam Porta-studio 244 - the tape operates at 2x normal, for increased fidelity.
  13. It's pretty cool that you are looking at the staff view code and can actually decipher it. 🙂
  14. I would like to amend my feature request for a chord track in Cakewalk. Since there are powerful and reasonably priced composition and audio tools like Scaler 2 and Melodyne Essential 5x, I would submit that the primary base feature which provide the most bang for the buck would be the implementation of the Chord Track itself in Cakewalk. Resembling the Arranger Track, the Chord Track would display the chord names and/or scale names at points along the project timeline. At the very least, MIDI data in selected tracks would "snap" to the corresponding chords / scales and audio in selected tracks would be transposed based on the root note of the chords / scales. If the "snapping" would be destructive, it would be desireable to be able to undo or reset to the original state. One key to the successful implementation of the Cakewalk Chord Track would be the its ability to at least import chord data from tools like Scaler 2 and Melodyne, so that composition and audio analyisis features need not be present in the initial version of the Chord Track. A Scaler 2 feature I requested to enable auditioning of chords in the Circle of Fifths tool has been implemented in the latest update. Also, in all editions of Melodyne 5, there is the ability to extract chords by analyzing audio. By reducing the scope of the initial effort by the Bakers, I'm hoping that the odds of implementation are more realistic. The views and opinions expressed in this post are those of pbognar and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of BandLab or Cakewalk users. Any content provided by our bloggers or authors are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything. 😉
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