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  1. Hi folks! I've been trying to unlock the full potential of SI Drums in Cakewalk with some tricks and hacks. See how it went! WATCH HERE:
  2. Hi folks! If you want a simple trick to have latency free recording, with FX, but no special hardware - check out my video. I show you how to do it in Cakewalk by Bandlab, but this could be applied to other DAWs WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/-huBF5lrqRM
  3. I downloaded Cakewalk by BandLab a couple of weeks ago and I am astonished at what it can do. Granted, it's been about 20 years since I last did any digital music recording (using Cakewalk Home Studio, as it happens). The advances between then and now are about as amazing as they had been between then and the 1980s, when I did a bit of work in recording studios with 2-inch tape machines. The whole world of VST effects and instruments alone has changed everything. Anyway, I managed to get my 1987 Ensoniq ESQ-1 working with CbB, even to the point of opening twenty-year-old .wrk files in CbB and finding them already set up to play the ESQ-1 again, after I'd loaded its instrument definition, which I don't think I had to change at all. I also found a pair of AKG headphones I bought in 1974 that still work too. I have to say that the videos by Mike at Creative Sauce were crucial to how quickly I got to understand CbB. The only tricky part of getting everything back the way I left it at the turn of the century was reloading stored ESQ-1 programs. I originally stored them on audio cassettes, later transferred to .mdx files about 1999. None of my old MIDI software now runs on 64-bit Windows 10, so I had to search around for something that would at least let me try sending stuff to the synth. I settled on Bome Software's SendSX in the end. It is clear and straightforward to use. The mysterious .mdx file format, once I could inspect the contents in SendSX, turned out to be standard MIDI codes, but the sysex headers and footers were oddly messed up for some reason. With a bit of assembly-style code-breaking, and reference to the appendices of the ESQ-1 manual, I figured out where the program data began and ended, and simply appended the sysex headers and footers that should have been there. Instant success! The ESQ-1 thought for a moment about what it was receiving and then lit up with all my old voices. So not only was I able to get old songs into CbB, I was also able to get them to sound right on the ESQ-1. There is a problem in the ESQ-1 that is causing it to lose internal program and sequence data every time it is switched off. This I can live with, as the programs can be safely stored in the 80-voice EEPROM cartridge, and the sequences are better off in CbB anyway. I suspect the problem is more than a flat battery, as I am not getting a battery warning at start-up. Unfortunately the engineer who last worked on the synth (Phase Engineering, in Sydney) appears to have retired to the mountains.
  4. Hi folks! The Matrix View in Cakewalk by Bandlab allows you to improvise a composition and record your actions! Check out my video, demystifying the Matrix! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/E8VHm2X7aPw
  5. Hi folks! Cakewalk now has Articulation Maps, and they are super useful! I explain how in this video WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/owkYPMuhcQo
  6. Hi folk! Whether you need to make loops fit a track, fix up some messy playing, or change tempo - you may need to stretch audio. In this video we find out how, in Cakewalk by Bandlab WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/ZVOs-8KtYYg
  7. Hi folks! A number of viewers have asked about changing time signatures and tempo in a song, so here is a 'How to' WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/mXK6T9fpMtQ
  8. Hi folks! A number of people asked me to demonstrate mastering using stock plugins only, in Cakewalk by Bandlab. So - here it is! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/YHLSw82gfTA
  9. Hi folks! I wanted to share a few tips that can really get you moving with MIDI in Cakewalk by Bandlab. Warning - veterans may still learn WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/1115-DJPznI
  10. Hi folks! Following on from a video I released a couple of weeks ago, I expand on various methods to fix or improve latency in Cakewalk. WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/gW1ZW9_sgXo
  11. Hi folks! Sidechain compression is both useful and EASY in Cakewalk by Bandlab. Just take a look at my tutorial WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/cfPSaPHP7E4
  12. Hi folks! If you are sick of robotic sounding songs, check out how to make the click track play with YOU, using Cakewalk by Bandlab! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/I7D3wZldUJw
  13. Hi folks! Would you like to make you vocals thicker sounding? I have taken this concept by Warren Huart from Produce Like a Pro, and adapted it for Cakewalk by Bandlab! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/mdBR0upbmCg
  14. Hi folks! Editing audio in Cakewalk by Bandlab can be a frustration at times. Hopefully with this video you can learn how to avoid some common pitfalls! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/R1EKnepfyXE
  15. Hi folks! Would you like to know the full process of recording a song in Cakewalk from scratch, through to release on Spotify, iTunes etc? All from a home studio? I'm super excited to be announcing a new 15 part series where I demonstrate just that! WATCH HERE FOR DETAILS: https://youtu.be/Fh36S21Lqg8 I will also post each episode as its released in this thread * Please note that although Cakewalk by Bandlab is the DAW used in this series, some third party plugins are used although these are not necessary to complete this task.
  16. Hi folks! If you'd like to have Cakewalk's drum maps tailored to your needs, and use them to trigger several drum plugins from one source, I have the video for you WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/usnsji1iMTM
  17. This Tutorial comes from Mike (Creative Sauce). He shows several ways on how to integrate Kontakt with CbB. THANKS MIKE!!!
  18. Hi folks! As some of you may know, there is a new 'Arranger Track' feature in Cakewalk, so I've made this easy tutorial to get you started! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/_2e1SUcEpms
  19. Hi folks! There are new way to use Kontakt with Cakewalk by Bandlab in 2020, and in this video I show you how WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/wF64xNsM8T8
  20. Hi folks! Do you get confused about when to use inserts and when to use sends? Is your mix signal chain a bit of a mystery? All is explained in this video WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/gx_-nkbqEM8
  21. Hi folks! I want to thank the Cakewalk community for telling me all about the features they would like to see improved. I've made a video with my suggestions, and have highlighted some that the community suggested. Let me know what yours are! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/BsogIvcVOf0
  22. Hi folks, for those of you who want to make use of drum maps for easier drum programming, here is my easy to follow tutorial! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/sIquUl-7NfE
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