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  1. Howdy - I have a little CAL script that I wrote, and it works. I see the note event note numbers change, when I view the selected track's Event List. Please note, thst it has been a good number of years, since I worked with CAL scripts, and that portion of my brain has become arctic permafrost. I created a little Step Sequencer MIDI data. Brought that clip into focus. Ran my little CAL script, which dutifully changed two of the MIDI note event note numbers, to a different note number. I see the changes in the event list. I opened/viewed the Step Sequencer data - it shows the original unchanged note numbers. So why do I not see the changes in the Step Sequencer data, when I view that, after I run the CAL script? Do I have to bounce the Step Sequencer data to a clip, before running the CAL script? Bob Bone
  2. I'm sure this is highly unlikely, but I would like to see a complete rewrite/expansion of the Cakewalk Application Language to get rid of the tortuous "Lisp" syntax and make it something more readable like JavaScript or VBA. And a new CAL editor would be nice too.
  3. I request cakewalk programmers to add the new HUMANIZE PLUS.CAL script in the next updates. It is far better than default HUMANIZE.CAL Cheers.
  4. Hi all, I want to record a melody with a control keyboard and using the CAL language round the duration to the nearest note. Since the human touch is imperfect, the durations of the notes are not exact. I would like to run a script that would adjust the notes to their correct duration, so when exporting a midi track to other software to write scores (Finale, Sibelius, etc.) there would be no notes with unwanted durations. Can someone guide me to write the code, or better, give me the code of that script?
  5. I think that "Cakewalk Application Language" is a very significant function not found in other software. However, updates and bugs have been neglected for a long time. Minimal additions and functions I want to improve. · Change the event so that it is executed by referring to the event sequentially from the beginning. (* It is currently irregularly referenced. Is this a bug?) · Correspond to tempo editing. (* insert, delete, etc...) · The current variable corresponds to an array. I have various other ideas, but I'd like these three points to be improved for the time being. This sentence uses google translation.
  6. It would be nice to have some sort of scripting language implemented back into CbB. When looking at other daws that support this it looks really usefull. Anybody here knows if it would be possible? If so, what language already out there is most likely to be accessible / compatible for both the Bakers and us, end-users?
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