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  1. So, what an interesting surprise it has been, coming back and catching up on the Cakewalk news of the last 3 years after taking a long break from any sound and music production. I invested a lot on STEAM with Sonar, its upgrades, sample libraries and some plugins. When I originally saw that Cakewalk was acquired and that Sonar was being killed off, I basically came to terms and tried my best to forget about my investments and I have since distanced myself from any form of audio production, until now. Slowly getting back into this world and trying to piece back together the pieces... I was quite amazed to realize that Sonar Platinum has now basically been released for free with support. This excited me and I immediately started researching how to get my other Sonar Platinum related purchases on STEAM working with Cakewalk by Bandlab, but it feels messy and it might have been false hope... First off, I tried re-installing Sonar Platinum with a Lifetime pass on STEAM, but it requests my email address which is then rejected with this error message: At this point I discovered Cakewalk by Bandlab and how to install it. At first, I was satisfied with my loss with this replacement, but what about all of the plugins etc. ? I read on other forums that Cakewalk by Bandlab should easily discover and utilize your previous Sonar Platinum plugins, but it seems like it would only if you never uninstalled Steam Platinum after it died. I have not tried installing all of my purchases yet, but these are the issues I have encountered so far; CA-2A Leveling Amplifier: Rapture Session & Pro: Has anyone else here successfully migrated from STEAM with full use of their previous purchases? Should I give up, or is there a way to continue where I left off? Thanks for reading, I hope someone can have some useful feedback.
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  3. Hi folks! Many people asked me to make a mastering tutorial for beginners. So here it is! Be aware that in this video I use a combination of stock plugins, and some free 3rd party plugins. IMHO, attempting to stick to CwB only plugins doesn't make sense for best results WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/qpz8rdjUmRM
  4. Hello, I have started using Cakewalk by BandLab recently, and I'm impressed with the intuitiveness of console and ProChannel. Since I'm also relatively new to mixing, I can't fairly gauge its sonic quality compared to other channel strip plugins. Since plugins like iZotope Neutron, Eventide UltraChannel ($29 right now), several ones from Waves, EZMix 2 are on sale, I'd like to hear your thoughts about them and ProChannel. More directly: Should I focus on ProChannel or invest on another plugin while learning how to mix my electronic/metal fusion songs?
  5. This warning sign appears and I don't know exactly what it means, nor can I get the proChannel to work. I DON'T have the sonitus in use in this project. I thought I saw a solution, but I didn't know what to search for. Thanks Willard
  6. ProChannel features a collection of audio processing modules that can be dynamically added, removed, and reordered per audio track, Instrument track and bus in the Inspector and Console view. Combining compression, equalization, tube saturation modeling, console emulation, tape emulation, and convolution reverb in one convenient processor, ProChannel is designed to make it fast and easy to enhance any track or bus. For more information about ProChannel, click here.
  7. When my project has lots of PC modules (open), it's a long way up & down. You're wearing out my mouse wheel, man! 👎 😥 We really need a scroll bar in the ProChannel. Pretty Please? 😎
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