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David Myers

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  1. I'm on Windows 10 and having a strange problem with the OCK-VST3i Organic Calfskin Drum Kit from Bill Mead at organicdrumloops.com. It will not show up in the effects pane after scanning for plugins. I have used this drum kit in old projects of mine and when I load the old project it is still there and appears to work fine - even though I can not fine it anywhere in the plugin menu and if I want to use it in a new project it isn't showing up in the effects list. I made a log of a new vst scan and I can find it's listing in the log with no errors. I've checked the registry and it's listed in the registry, but when I search my plugins it doesn't show up. The plugin works fine in Reaper and worked in older versions of Cakewalk. I'm pulling my hair out over this. What would make a plugin not show up in the effects menu, even though it scanned fine and is listed in the registry? I also checked to make it was not disabled or hidden in the plugin manager. I'm not sure which version of cakewalk broke this vsti sense I haven't tried to use in for a few months. Any ideas , anyone?
  2. thanks all for the replies. I wish the Nektar supported Cakewalk directly as it has all the features I want, I like the aftertouch and expression pedal port. They support cakewalk in their cheaper LX line, and the more expensive Panorama P4's so I don't know why they haven't done so in the Panorama "T" line, it should be a piece of cake for them to add integration to Cakewalk. Their customer service dept. seem to be making excuses and are saying cakewalk won't work with their MCU. If the MCU works I should be able to control the rest via midi cc.
  3. i'm looking for the best 49 key midi controller for Cbl around 250 bucks. i've kind of narrowed it down to the Arturia keylab essentials 49, M-audio Oxygen Pro 49, or the Nektar Panorama T4. It looks like all of them will need serious setup as none of them support Cakewalk natively. they all have their plus and minuses but i'm really leaning towards the Nektar panorama t4. The main great features of the NektarT4 keyboard is it's the only one in that price range the supports aftertouch, has an assignable footswitch and expression pedal. a half decent LCD screen and It's also supposed to have one of the best keybeds of the bunch. I wrote Nektar customer service to see why they don't support cakewalk integration and received the following in reply: "The control assignments can be changes in Internal Mode and you can configure mapping using Cakewalk's ACT system. However, the experience will not be the same as using our DAW integration with applications which we officially support. The T-series does have an MCU emulation mode but I was under the impression that Cakewalk would only work with MCU controllers made by Mackie. I do know that the T-series MCU mode will not work with Cakewalk, where it does work with other DAWs. " So does cakewalk only have some proprietary MCU integration or will the Nektar work with Cakewalks MCU?? I'm so confused...
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