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  1. So... there I was... tweaking a script for a Bad Robot trailer that I did in the key of C (relative) minor (Eb Maj Ionian key signature) when I noticed something in the PRV that captured my curiosity. The dominant major scale in the key of Eb (3 flats) shows note names in the PRV as 2 flats and 1 sharp, with G# being the outlier. If you move to the key of Db (5 flats), you will find that the PRV now displays the dominant major scale with 3 flats and 2 sharps, F# & G# being the outliers. Similarly, in the key of D (2 sharps), we find that the display is 1 sharp and 1 flat, with Db being the outlier. Likewise in the key of E (4 sharps), we find that Db & Eb are the outliers. However, when actually printing this session to a Staff script, all of the key signatures are correct, and all the naturals are in the scale with no incidentals. If one was to look at the Event list in this session at each individual scale, the notes in each key signature are called out correctly. Key of Db for example: Key of E for example: So here's my query: would it be possible, since the note names have a data conflict between the GUI display in the PRV and the Event List, but must (probably?) be derived from the same data, to have them displayed in the correct nomenclature for the assigned key signature? Also, possibly revise the display of the Inspector MIDI scale flyout menu to look similar to this (which would just be the display data, since the application call already works): Attaching the project file (CWP) so that anyone else can confirm or deny my findings. Key Signature Test.cwp @msmcleod @Noel Borthwick
  2. In the Event List under Views I'd like to see at least the major controllers listed as selectable. Currently all controllers are lumped together in one group. The short list: 1-Modulation wheel 2-Breath Control 4-Foot controller 5-Portamento Time (MSB) 7-Volume 8-Balance (MSB) 10-Pan 11-Expression 64-Sustain Pedal (on/off) 65-Portamento (on/off) 71-Resonance (filter) 72-Sound Release Time 73-Sound Attack Time This so we don't have to weed through the entire list to find the ones we're looking for.
  3. Hi, good afternoon, I would like to know on cakewalk by bandlab when I'm going to edit the note of a Midi ready in the event list, the markers disappear, I await the return of the message kindly Pedro
  4. I cut/pasted a bunch of midi note events from 2 to track 3. I mistakenly moved sustain pedal control events along with the notes. I've made a lot of edits to the moved note events before discovering the problem with pedal controls. I thought I'd just go into event view and change the track 3 sustain events to track 2, but Event List won't let me change track numbers. There must be an easy way to do this. How?
  5. I'd really like that Cakewalk Bandlab Data Field Width be enlarge by 50% more to allow editing of lyrics. It's such a problem now with the current width because when you double click at the end of a lyric phrase, it doesn't turn in editing mode (Because the end of the line is aligned with an empty column) So Just enlarge please.... Thanks a lot
  6. I'm guessing you'll eventually get around to this, but coloring events by track, and automatically including events by the clip/track selections in the arranger seems to be in order. Same methodology as the Piano Roll. I don't use the event list often, but opened it because someone had mentioned it.
  7. The attached MIDI file opens in Cakewalk for Bandlab. It consists of only one short track that has no events other than note events, as evidenced by Event List view. At about three seconds into the clip, the tempo slows down. I haven't been able to find anything in any view that would seem to have anything to do with tempo setting. Can anyone see anything that could cause the tempo change? Johnny's song original.mid P.S. When it is opened in any other application that plays MIDI files, such as Windows Media Player or VLC media player, it also slows down. So the problem doesn't seem to be something in Cakewalk by Bandlab, but Cakewalk provides the clearest views of the MIDI file in several different windows, including Event List view, where anything problematic about the file itself would be expected to be visible, but nothing shows up. Very puzzling.
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