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  1. Hi folks! Gain staging is a key skill to know in mixing, and there are some specifics for Cakewalk you should know. Even for beginners, the knowledge in this video can be applied right away! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/_0xw1QplA1o
  2. 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
  3. Hi folks! I see a lot of Cakewalk by Bandlab users having trouble installing their VST plugins, so I made this video which I hope is helpful! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/-ZvyTM6tQEc
  4. Hi folks! Lots of people message me, confused about how to record the sound from their MIDI synth, into Cakewalk. So I've put together this beginners guide video! Whilst this isn't a pure Cakewalk video, it happens to be the DAW I use in the video. Also, check out the old 'Cakewalk' audio interface I use WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/QwEVtBbNdak
  5. Hi folks! I know that some people really struggle to get multiple Kontakt outputs behaving well in Cakewalk by Bandlab. Rather than leave you in peril, I put together a quick tutorial for you of course! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/2OTwZ3NXW9w
  6. I had one of my viewers need some help understanding how to use SampleTank 4's Multitimbral capabilities. I hope this short video Quick Tip will help. Enjoy!
  7. Drum Replacer is a drum replacement tool that lets you replace or reinforce individual drum sounds in existing audio tracks. For example, you can replace only the snare drum sound in a drum track, while leaving all other drum sounds intact. Drum Replacer is available as a free download in BandLab Assistant. For more information about Drum Replacer, click here.
  8. Hi folks! There are many reasons for exporting from Cakewalk - for streaming, mp3 playback, stems, and CD. This tutorial shows you how, for various scenarios! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/bE4IjK1QOA8
  9. Hi folks! Do you want better mixes? Then you should know about using automation. Take a look at this video, so that you can learn how to use automation in Cakewalk by Bandlab WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/YRJDnKUAAYk
  10. 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.
  11. Here are some useful videos for getting started with CbB. These tutorials will help you learn your way around the interface, configure your audio device and get comfortable with common track operations. Note - while many of these videos refer to SONAR, they remain 100% applicable to CbB today. Enjoy! To get Cakewalk by BandLab for free: Go here to download and install the BandLab Assistant desktop app. Launch BandLab Assistant and sign up or log in to your BandLab account. Go to the Apps tab to install Cakewalk. Other useful resources: Cakewalk by BandLab QuickGuide Support Center Online Documentation
  12. A patch point is an internal routing path used to route audio from a track output, bus output, or send to an audio track input. The virtual inputs can then be input monitored or recorded. You can think of patch points as virtual patch cables. To streamline the workflow for patch points, Cakewalk supports Aux tracks. Aux tracks are used to receive audio from other tracks, buses, or sends. Stereo buses are traditionally used for sub-grouping and effect sends, but it is possible to use Aux tracks for the same purpose. Aux tracks have the added advantage of being able to record the incoming audio (mono or stereo), and you can arrange Aux tracks adjacent to other tracks in the Track pane or Console view. For more information about Aux Tracks and Patch Points, click here.
  13. hello People, the tutorials arrive also in Italian Tutorial Ita Ciao Elix
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