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Tom Frazee

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  1. NP. As you, we've been involved in MIDI since 1984, first with the Commodore then hardware (Yamaha QX-1) then all the variances of PC based sequencing. Bought Logic 5 then a month later Apple bought them so I was hung out to dry. Played in a show band with Tom White who has been at the forefront of MIDI and is still the ED of the association. Anyways, hope you're not getting hit too hard with Covid in Canada. We're just outside of Boston. Tom
  2. So far I've found the issue in Play and Kontakt 5. Pretty much limited to VST's that load sounds using a dedicated "player" interface. If a person is having the note truncating issue when freezing a track, look for an option in the player for streaming from disk or RAM. GM VST's generally are not using massive samples so I haven't yet run into this problem with CW TTS, Garritan or Aria. But I guess because Mr Vere has indicated I'm not an "OP" I'll just stay out of it. I thought that's what forums were all about
  3. It has nothing to do with Sonar or Win OS. It's settings that many VST instruments have for resource hogging samples. If you read the original post by David, you will see he was asking a question about note truncating when freezing a VST plug in. Nobody was getting it right. I had the same problem using both Win 7 and 10 as well as Cakewalk Sonar and Bandlab Sonar and got my answer a few months ago from East West support. Come to find out it's common with several 3rd party VST providers. BTW, it must still be "broken" because his post was from this past Friday. Sorry, just trying to help
  4. I'll load up a test project and see if Kontakt Player has the same setting and post what I find
  5. First, I am still using Sonar Platinum, the last version prior to BandLab. I have the Bandlab version on my laptop for my mobile and remote programing. On our main studio computer, I'm still running Win 7 Pro 64 and I'm a believer in if it works don't fix it, and I built this computer and it works crazy good. Dual Xeon 8 core, 32 gig Ram, GeForce vid card, liquid cooled. Chips are clocked over 4Ghtz...blah, blah. My initial issue with notes cutting off after freeze was in Play, which is all my East West Composer Cloud libraries player. Any sound I'd load and have sustaining notes long than a second would truncate after freezing. The setting was having to do with whether sounds were streaming from disk or from RAM. If from disk (default setting) notes would truncate when I'd freeze. If you untick that option (which means you're selecting the sounds to stream from RAM), it works fine. Here is where the setting are in Play. Most more advanced VST instruments, especially ones that have their own "multi channel player" have this setting somewhere.
  6. Nope. Not there. Grrrrr, I'm pissed at myself for misplacing this option. Still looking. It's in Project Setting somewhere I think and it was global for the project but not for Sonar overall or it would not be cutting off a current project. Pretty sure a support for Sonar at Bandlab answered it for me.
  7. BTW. It's not Fast Bounce or buffers or anything like that...I'm looking
  8. Dang. It's not a problem with anything. It's a one click setting somewhere (unfortunately I haven't done it in a while so I'm trying to remember) that changes the way the data is handled during freezing. I'll see if I find it and re-post. It was so simple...but some times it's the simple stuff that eludes us HA
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