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Kevin

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  • Birthday 01/16/1966
  1. A VCA is a Voltage Controlled Amplifier (VCA) and provides a means of easily controlling a group of faders, allowing the overall level of the grouped tracks to be brought up or down whilst maintaining the relative balance of the group members and retaining the individual track automation. VCA's work differently to aux faders and make it much easier to control group volume.
  2. I moved from Pro Tools 12.6 to Cakewalk by Bandlab and really miss the way clip gain is implemented in Pro Tools, with the waveform adjusting according to the amount of clip gain applied. This makes it easy to match individual clip volumes by sight. I also miss VCAs and would love to see them in Cakewalk in the near future. Apart from those couple of tools that I miss, I think Cakewalk is a truly excellent DAW and long may it continue!
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