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EdStauff

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  1. Thanks for the suggestion. It was already on, but it doesn't help me. I can't easily visualize patterns from a list of numbers, I need to see them graphed spatially. I create and edit my ritards as a stair-step, and depend on the grid lines to properly align them, both horizontally and vertically. I just now created my first ritard using the new Tempo Track UI, as part of a real project (with deadline), and I have some additional complaints observations: The tempo scale on the left doesn't show any digits to the right of the decimal point – there isn't room, and there's apparently no way to make it wider. So if I zoom in (vertically) far enough, I get repeated numbers in the scale. I really hate that I can't independently set the tempo scale and position. When I create a ritard, I want the scale to start at zero at the bottom, and have my starting tempo line near the top, not in the middle. I hate even more that the vertical scale changes when I add or remove envelope points. Every time it happens, I think something has changed my main tempo. What's even worse is that it doesn't seem to do it in a consistent way: let's say my tempo scale is in state S1, and then I make an edit that changes the scale to a new state S2. If I then undo the edit, instead of returning to S1, the scale changes to a different new state S3. Developers, please, please give me a way to turn off the automatic changes to the tempo scale. The Draw Freehand tool doesn't work like it does in other envelopes: when I click, it doesn't create a point. I have to drag, and then I get multiple points unless I'm very careful to only move the mouse a tiny bit. I really liked being able to use the Move tool to tweak each tempo step – until it started randomly converting my stairsteps into diagonal lines. It took me a while to figure out that the way to prevent this is to make sure I have a point at every corner. However, I haven't found a quick way to do this reliably, without ending up with extra points that I have to delete. I tried Draw Freehand, Draw Line, and Draw Square. And oops, it turns out that having a point in every corner doesn't prevent conversion to diagonals after all. I expected to be able to use the Move tool to move vertical lines to the left or right, but not vertically. Instead, it works exactly the opposite, which find both counter-intuitive and not useful. The Draw Line tool doesn't respect my snap setting. The new Tempo Track tool has great potential, but right now it's costing me a lot of extra time. Thanks for your help! -- Ed
  2. I've been using CW for well over a year now (Windows 10), and I just updated it to version 2021.04. When the Tempo View is a separate window, it has the size and shape of a Console view vertical strip, and I can't resize it horizontally. It shows only the list of tempo changes; no timeline. It appears to be sharing a window with the Inspector: whenever I select <main menu> → "Views" → "Tempo", the contents of that window alternates between the Inspector and the list of tempo changes. The new Tempo Track in the Track View is a nice addition, but it has no vertical or horizontal grid lines, which I've come to depend on in the Tempo View. Is there a way to turn on grid lines in the Tempo Track? If not, then I no longer have a way to efficiently edit my tempo changes. Thanks, -- Ed
  3. I've been working with live and studio sound for over two decades, and CbB for about a year, and I agree with the O.P. I just wasted a considerable amount of time and frustration trying to figure out why I couldn't increase my mike recording level. I've never owned an audio interface that had any metering, just a clipping light (currently using a ProSonus AudioBox USB 96). Audacity has an input gain control, why can't CbB? -- Ed
  4. I found a workaround! 1. Add a new short temporary note that ends at the same time as the Very Long Note. 2. Select both notes, and then you can drag their ends to lengthen or shorten them. 3. Delete the temporary note. Not a perfect solution, but it beats the currently available alternatives. -- Ed
  5. This issue has been an ongoing problem for me, too. The only way I can graphically adjust the length of a long note at all is to zoom way out, but then I can't adjust it with the precision I need. It's still happening in version 2020.11 (Build 088, 64 bit). I can adjust the length using the Note Properties dialog, but then I have to calculate what the length should be. That approach would be okay for a note or two once in a while, but I have a lot of these notes.
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