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  1. Are your head phones working correctly? Just a thought . . .
  2. I stumbled upon a video one day showing Gnarls Barkley doing the "Crazy" song - I think it was live. I liked right away and watched it a few times. All of a sudden I started seeing these "Challenges" come up. I liked this version . . .
  3. I was just looking up if there was a shortcut for this! - I think I might install one, but thank for the suggestion Syphus
  4. Had Cakewalk crash: Using Amplitube 5 Conditions: Had a track that contained Amplitube 5 (source track). Had the output of the FX going to an AUX track (as a patch point). Just finished recording into the AUX track and was going to create another AUX track (using same source track with AT 5). Had just tried to create a "Duplicate Track" (for AUX) but instead I deleted the AUX track I had already recorded. I have done this before and I usually just type "Ctrl Z" for undo, this time I did not get my track back. So I did it again; and a nothing happened. So I when to the "Edit" menu and selected "Undo Delete track" when a dialog box came up that said "Encountered an Improper Argument" . At his point I think I fiddled around a bit and then cakewalk crashed and I had to stop the task and restart cakewalk. Did not get my track back before the crash. But it was there when I reloaded Cakewalk. I did not find any DMP file (in the designated cake dmp folder) and did not generate one. Has been working fine since My OS is Win 7 (yes I know!) My purpose of creating this post is to document the occurrence and not for troubleshooting. Everything is working (until it is not LOL). If anyone else has this error occur then also document. I cannot recreate this at this time. As note - It would be nice if the "Duplicate" and "Delete" were not so close together. I make this mistake all the time. Syphus
  5. So are you saying that there is no plan to support the CLAP protocol for Cakewalk? Syphus
  6. Although a small point - by using a third-party sampler (as a VST plug-in) , you have a varied choice of what you can use for any given situation. Sometimes you may only need a simple one (FX) or maybe a complex one (for beat generation). By NOT having one integrated into the DAW, there is no compromises happening. Bakers do not have to keep developing the application for user demands, and less chance of application problems. This is just my opinion and doesn't mean I would not welcome a built in sampler . . . Just an observation. Syphus
  7. I assuming that is a humorous statement. I have been clean for 10 years . . . The best I can offer you is just tell yourself why you are quitting (what ever the reason) and stick to it . . . Day three is the worst . . . Go a week and don't give in . . . You will thank yourself for in the future. Remember this: if you give in once, you can do it again (quit). Do Not Give up. Avoid alcohol, pot or any other stimulant that would make you want to smoke. No bars for a bit if can avoid it - you will find it easier to go outside and do it with a friend. Good luck . . . Syphus
  8. Only in the development versions - Stable release does not have clap support that I could find.
  9. Got it - thanks for the link (meaning I found the info - lol) Syphus
  10. So where did you hear about this . . . Nothing on their site that I could find? Syphus
  11. Release notes for EZdrummer 3.0.4 2022-08-23 EZdrummer 3.0.4 is now available to download using the Product Manager or from the ‘My Products’ area in your Toontrack account. Please note that version 3.0.4 is required for the support of EZX expansion packs released from this point forward (Q3 2022). CHANGES General A print function has been added to the MIDI Mapping Layout window. BUG FIXES General Loading a Drums and Mixer Preset from the EZdrummer 3 core libraries or Big Stage EZX did not properly set the values of the mixer effect knobs. Loading cymbals or toms from the other side of the stereo field did not automatically flip their stereo position like EZdrummer 2 did. Importing EZdrummer 2 projects or loading user presets could also have this issue. On Windows, loading an auto-save would incorrectly treat it as a normal project and it would be added to the Open Recent menu. Song Track In Steinberg hosts when host playback was started and the plug-in window had not yet been opened, MIDI on the song track would not always be played at the beginning, depending on the playhead position and where it had last been stopped. Performing an Audio Mixdown would also result in silence from the song track before the position was reached where playback had last been stopped. In Steinberg hosts, starting playback of the song track inside the plug-in (with the host still paused) not would not work properly if the SD3 playhead had been moved to an earlier position than the host playhead (with the Follow Host setting on). Exporting the track as audio having a sample rate other than 44100 Hz could in some cases lead to a crash. On Windows, it did not work to export as audio to a folder whose path contained non-ASCII characters. If instead the filenames (the chosen prefix) contained such characters, the export would work but some extra empty files would be created. The time signature editor would in some case contain the wrong Options menu – the one for the tempo editor. E-Drums/MIDI In When Add or Learn Note/CC was used, the new line in the mapping list was sometimes not immediately visible. Editing the hi-hat CC control did not enable/disable the hi-hat calibration slider when needed.
  12. I wonder if it is just the site getting hit fairly hard . . .
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