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Doug Walker

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  1. I've searched the modern forums and I do not see anything helpful. There is an old forum post similar to what I'm experiencing: http://forum.cakewalk.com/Solved-Staff-View-font-issue-Replaced-TTSNOTEttf-m3285422.aspx According to that post, the problem was the missing TTSNOTE.TTF file. I've searched for this font and it's ttf file on my computer and it's completely missing. Any ideas? Did Bandlab not acquire the license for TTSNOTE.TTF? EDIT: I found my old Sonar Platinum installer and installed it on a different computer, grabbed TTSNOTE.TTF and installed the font on my DAW. The problem has been resolved now. Still would like to know why TTSNOTE.TTF was not installed by Bandlab's version.
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  3. I back up nightly (technically at 3AM) to a Drobo (https://www.drobo.com/) using Acronis (https://www.acronis.com). I include all working directories (documents, samples, audio, video, pictures, etc.). Once a week or so, on a different computer, I manually run a sync of my backup directories on the drobo to AWS S3 (https://aws.amazon.com/s3/)--I used to have a script that did it, but it's only as reliable as my remembering to check that it ran anyway; it's just as easy to launch the script manually. Regarding your issue with cloud storage; If you only have a copy of your data at your house, even if it's in multiple places, you're screwed if your house burns down. I use S3 because I know the storage is in the U.S. (virginia to be precise)--and it's CHEAP! It takes some getting used to, it's not nearly as pretty as Dropbox. I used to try to keep a pristine image of my DAW using Acronis True Image so that I could just restore it without having to do any installs. I always had issues with the image getting so out of date that I'd have to reinstall almost everything from scratch anyway.
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