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  1. Awesome release! Congratulation Cakewalk Team.
  2. It's certainly a bug. If you were to create a new theme from either Mercury or Tungsen you would see that there is no Mute button in that spot. Checking against not just the size but the original item that should fit in that spot is a totally different set of button states (and nothing like the Mute button). It's a strange anomaly but probably happened with an update to the Theme Editor (just a guess). Kind regards, tecknot
  3. Seems that whomever handles the Theme Editor at BandLab has changed the item size so there is no way to import the correct item in that slot. This is definitely an error and should be brought to the Bakers' attention. I can't remember who created the Theme Editor, but I hope he drops in once in a while. Kind regards, tecknot
  4. Not that I ever noticed the stars before, I'm not sure how they work. Would anyone see the stars without viewing the thread? When I wrote the OP I was thinking more of the way the Q&A thread works where a vote sends the thread to the top section of the subject list. That way it is much more visible (to the Bakers in particular) and you can see its popularity by the number of votes. Kind regards, tecknot
  5. I don't see how freezing a bus would be possible since it doesn't hold any audio data. Audio just passes through it so there is nothing (physical) to freeze. But I certainly understand the desire to freeze the processed audio. That's when Mark's alternative would come into play. I would use it for submixes. Kind regards, tecknot
  6. The easiest way to capture (record) the metronome is to insert a Patch Point in the Metronome Bus. After that you just need to insert a new audio track and set its input as the Patch Point. Kind regards, tecknot
  7. Keith, you question seems misdirect in this forum. Perhaps you can get a better response by posting in the Q&A forum under the "Cakewalk by Bandlab" forum: https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php?/forum/12-qa/ Kind regards, tecknot
  8. Are you suggesting an FAQ or FAQs to be added to the FAQ threads section? I could see FAQs added to the main forum would clutter it up pretty quickly. Kind regards, tecknot P.S. Maybe we should have a venting section in the forums too.
  9. I hear you. I thought if we had the option to vote on ideas then maybe BL would take notice, but no one seems interested in that idea. Given everyone has the opportunity to add to an idea and promote that idea in hopes that it would make it's way into Cakewalk. It would be ideal to get some feedback from BL on most requested features/ideas. Kind regards, tecknot
  10. That's an excellent idea at first thought, but doesn't that just call for a variety of programs? For instance, Cakewalk had Home Studio and Music Creator, etc., not to be confused with the various versions of SONAR which came down to differing sets of features. As cool as your idea is I'm not sure CbB can be simplified enough to make it an intuitive program for beginners. Kind regards, tecknot
  11. This should have been implemented a long, long time ago. Who do you need to talk to get this and other obvious improvements (like text enlargement in the timeline and Aim Assist, for example) into CbB? Kind regards, tecknot
  12. I would not consider anything Sound Blaster if you are serious about audio recording and production. Like Karhide asked, if you want some other suggestions your needs and budget are the real considerations. Kind regards, tecknot
  13. Thanks for the tip, ien. Kind regards, tecknot
  14. Unfortunately, there isn't anyway to automate column playback in the Matrix view expect for MIDI learn, but that doesn't address your question. Kind regards tecknot
  15. Unfortunately, the only way to make objects/windows smaller on your monitor/desktop is to reduce your scale setting. This is a Windows thing and it will, of course, affect all programs. I have reduced my scale from the default to accommodate Cakewalk, but now have to enlarge the zoom level when using Firefox, for instance. It would be cool if Windows allowed for different scale settings per program instead of a global setting. Kind regards, tecknot
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