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With the growing popularity of live-streaming due to everyone being stuck at home, many friends have been asking me how to livestream your DAW to discord and other platforms. This can be kind of tricky especially if you do not have internal loopback feature within your interface. The ghetto method would be to manually connect a pair of outputs back into your inputs but if you're looking for a software solution, look no further! There are many other methods that include using Voicemeter Banana etc and stuff but my method uses a kinda forgotten plugin called Voxengo Recorder and doesn't mess with your ASIO Drivers in your DAW so check it out here and feel free to subscribe and like if you find it useful! Don't hesitate to post your questions here as well, i'll try to reply as soon as possible!
Hi , I am new to Cakewalk and am hoping somebody can help me on the shifting ovate up and down while using VST instrument for live performance. I am an intermediate pianist and use Piano VSTs for playing/practicing. I recently installed free IOWA piano VST .The quality of samples are not the best in the world but is very good for a free VST ,in particular I liked the singing of high and mid registers similar to an acoustic piano, however there is a problem with this VST which it is offset -1 octave when I play with my Roland FP-30. The shifting octave works on MIDI tracks using Inspector or on recorded audio tracks using Transpose in Process menu, however it did notwork for live performance . Also I tried to shift octave on the Roland FP-30 first then load the VST, it did not work either. Is any idea how o fix this issue? Thanks, Saeed
The Event at Paramount Livestream on facebook.com/orchestraltools & Youtube January 22, 2019 / 11 AM (PST) / 8PM (CET) We will showcase our vision for the next frontier of music making. It will include groundbreaking technological announcements, conversations on the craft of making music, along with some special surprises. As our special guest, we welcome the esteemed Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL - who's scored films Mad Max: Fury Road, Deadpool, Batman v Superman, the upcoming Alita: Battle Angel and many more. See what's in store for our vision of the future of music making!