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  1. Welcome back - hope all is ok - looking forward to a blizzard of deals and updates 🙂
  2. And your Midi Devices should look something like this - I have found it tricky to get everything working properly but this seems to work for me
  3. Under Preferences / Control Surfaces ensure your screen looks like this
  4. I did wonder whether alcohol was involved in the rant. 😉 Glad you are making progress! Download the APro control programme and IIRC it should be an exe file that install just like any other
  5. That's the programme I was thinking of but couldn't remember its name as I wasn't at PC 🙂
  6. Have you read the APro manual? It's a bit complex but with help from that and from here you should be able to find a way through. The drivers should install automatically now I think unless they have been discontinued - you will also need the APro programme. Control Plan 1 and 19 are mapped to CbB on my APro but it's not the most intuitive of controllers
  7. I wondered why - didn't see the comment but if it was deleted anyway surely the thread can stay open?
  8. Or wait for a Total Max Bundle to come up cheap - I got Syntronik, ST3 & a bit of ST4 + loads of expansions, Miroslav full, & much much more for around £125!
  9. For those here who are on Facebook, Mike has set up a new group for CbB users which is attracting a lot of interest. https://m.facebook.com/groups/4529701167094391
  10. JoeGBradford

    I need ASIO4ALL

    Fair enough - I know your answers have been very helpful often but I don't think you have quite got the fact that we are all working within different constraints and at different investment justifications. eg I am a hobbyist - I like writing orchestral music and folk stuff using VI's and don't see any need to spend £100 on an external device - ASIO4 All has worked for me for many years - I don't really need someone saying it is 'garbage' - nothing wrong with pointing out its imitations (of which there are many if you are recording live) but it has done it's job and let me get almost latency free performance out of my on board audio for years. WASAPI seems to work ok now so maybe it is redundant but over the years ASIO4 All has worked for those of us doing stuff 'in the box' . People come here for help - I've had great advice from this forum many times. Lets go easy on them - even if they haven't RTFM. And maybe stop using the rather aggressive capitals (except in acronyms) 🙂
  11. You're going to have to remake that tutorial 😉
  12. JoeGBradford

    I need ASIO4ALL

    +1 No need for it - everyone has different ways of working. I have never needed an audio interface - if I was going to be recording live instruments I would have bought one. Everyone has different requirements. I used ASIO4All for years with no problems - I've now switched to WASAPI. Most people here are friendly and supportive when responding to people's queries and concerns rather than being antagonistic - lets keep it that way please
  13. No therefore it isn't garbage for me 🙂
  14. Well I've used it for many years and have had no problems. I'm just using midi with VIs along with loops with an on board sound chip but it has served it's purpose well. I've switched to WASAPI now
  15. You leave my Citroen Berlingo alone Starship - it's great to sleep in at festivals! Just don't try to do a u turn on anything narrower than an airport runway!
  16. JoeGBradford

    Gone again!

    Safe journey and hope all is ok
  17. Interesting thanks I think my ASUS mobo & Intel Core i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz are probably too old to handle it but hoping to have a new PC built before the cutoff date!
  18. JoeGBradford


    @Creative Sauce @Home Studio Simplified - -possibly an option for a future tutorial? I'd certainly appreciate it! I'm sure you guys would have it sussed within half an hour 🙂
  19. I agree. Mike is a superb tutor and a thoroughly nice guy
  20. I've kept my old hard drives to keep them on 🙂
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