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  1. rfssongs

    A minor nuisance

    I find that USB midi devices tend to be this way. I always make sure any USB devices are turned on before Cakewalk. The same thing happens with my USB Audio Interface. Having said that: Having A minor nuisance is better than having it turn out to B Major. That would be a sharp experience.
  2. Disabling display waveform was I believe intended to speed performance for those who were having performance issues. My guess is (as above) this is probably your issue.
  3. Arranger Tracks make the markers entirely obsolete. They are easier to see and easier to use and color coded. Multiple Tracks are possible so you can label both the song section & the chords. And the bonus is you can use it to arrange. Ctrl - Page up/Page down moves you to Next/Last section of the active track.
  4. We've got kids so my wife is a real mother.
  5. I'd say you guys are slipping - but really is there any further that you could go ??????
  6. This is why I mostly use external modules.
  7. My keyboard only has a few flute & oboe sounds, so it gets kind of warm since there aren't too many windy spots.
  8. Cars are expensive and there is always something that needs to be fixed. There's always another bill. But you know it's the times when they don't brake that you really have problems.
  9. On the drop down Edit menu undo (Ctrl-Z) does not sync with the activity list when you select History from the Edit menu. (The full activity list seems to show the correct first item. Could be confusing)
  10. Yeah - I sent it to my kids as well.
  11. Yes, sometimes I have to re-boot the machine when things get bogged down too much. A nice touch might be something inside of cakewalk that could clear all of that up. Maybe there is I don't know. I can say that the audio re-set doesn't do it.
  12. So what the first thing I did when I saw this - sent it to my kids.
  13. I've said it before but this is the number one thing I would like to see in cakewalk. Game changing is what it would be.
  14. Mod wheel CC#1, Volume CC#7 & Expression CC#11 are good places to start. CC#11 Is nice because it can change the volume of an instrument as it played, CC#7 changes the volume of all following notes but not the currently playing one. (at least on my setup for external sound sources)
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