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  1. Hi grannis, Unfortunately, the MV and SS run independently with no interconnectivity. Sounds like a good idea though. Kind regards, tecknot
  2. Hi Jerry and welcome to the Cakewalk forums. My only guess is that there is volume automation on the track (or corresponding audio track). Kind regards, tecknot
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    Hi wa7saka and welcome to the Cakewalk forums. What driver mode is your project currently set at? (see Edit | Preferences > Audio > Playback and Recording > Driver Mode) Kind regards, tecknot
  4. Hi Stevie, The first thing that comes to my mind is your routing. I take it you have your drums on the MIDI track. Is that just a MIDI track or is it an instrument track? If the former then you need an audio track with the input set to the drum synth. This is just a guess. Can you post a screen shot which includes your routing? Kind regards, tecknot
  5. Hi Carl, The Focusrite 2i2 does not have MIDI ports. Do you have any other MIDI device(s) connected to your laptop? Kind regards, tecknot
  6. Steve beat me to it. Kind regards, tecknot
  7. Hi Anton and welcome to the Cakewalk forums. Do you see any MIDI activity taking place in the meters when you press a key on your keyboard? If so, do you have Input Echo on? Kind regards, tecknot
  8. Hi Dean, Do you want to hear/record the sounds of your Korg keyboard or hear the sounds of a virtual instrument (e.g. TTS-1)? If you want to hear the sound of your Korg, then you need to route the Korg's audio output into Cakewalk. If you want to hear another synth within Cakewalk, you must insert a virtual instrument first. You can then route the output of your MIDI track to virtual instrument. Insert an audio track and set its input as the virtual instrument. Make sure you have Input Echo set on in your MIDI track and from there you can hear the virtual instrument (provided you load a program into the virtual instrument). Kind regards, tecknot
  9. Hi c13h21no3 and welcome to the Cakewalk forums. I would suggest that you drag and drop your samples into an audio track (rather than MIDI). Kind regards, tecknot
  10. Hi Mark and welcome to the Cakewalk forums, Do you have an audio driver for your amp? I would use your amp's ASIO driver, if available. (Don't bother with ASIO4All and the like.) Kind regards, tecknot
  11. Hi Ken, Yes, you can connect as many MIDI devices (at any one time) to your PC as your interface and PC allow. Kind regards, tecknot
  12. Hi Gary, There is no forum for Bandlab, but there is a Facebook page. Perhaps there are people there who can help. Kind regards, tecknot
  13. Hi Wayne, You can definitely use the single MIDI output from the controller to your V100. That should be sufficient to record MIDI. However, a USB controller will have the advantage of a driver and, for most, have the added capability to utilizing controls in CbB much for efficiently. Kind regards, tecknot
  14. Hi Frank, Maybe you can navigate to the desired folder in the Media Browser prior to export. Kind regards, tecknot
  15. I wouldn't hold your breath. We have been asking for upgrades to the Staff View for years. Cakewalk has been particularly silent on the matter. Kind regards, tecknot
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