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  1. I would like to test the changes to tempo mapping features contained in the new 2021.04 Build 27.04.0.3175 version before updating from my current Win 10 version, 2021.01 Build 098, 64 bit. My primary use of Cakewalk involves the manipulation of tempo maps. In a previous post, user Stefan Gorej asked about setting up a “roll-back” copy of the current version before downloading and installing the new 2021.04 version. Noel responded with a link to the current release notes on this new version. @Štefan Gorej ... You can roll back by following the instructions in the current release notes. When I followed Brothwick’s link, it seemed to suggest that the roll-back procedure to a version not involving BandLab Assistant could be made by simply logging in under a new name (basically establishing another account), and then downloading the latest 2021.04 version, which does not involve using BandLab Assistant. That would be fine. I just want make sure I understand this correctly. When the new 2021.04 version is installed, the older version would be left intact, and one would then have two versions of Cakewalk on the computer. If this is correct, should I save my older projects to the .cwb format and import those .cwb files into the new version, or would that be unnecessary? Please verify.
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