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Please I need help urgently. I have a lot of rewire devices on my computer which include Reaper, Reason, FL Studio, Hypersonic and even Waves Rewire. Currently my Cakewalk by Bandlab installation isn't showing any rewire devices in the Rewire tab of the browser. How do I make CbB find all my rewire devices?
Hi, I've discovered a problem in Cakewalk that occurs when using a rewire device, in my case it's Reason and specifically the NN-XT sampler. I have Cakewalk set up to record some vocals to a stereo audio track, the vocals are sung to a midi track being sent to the NN-XT sampler loaded with the default B GrandPiano. I have a 1 bar count in set up in Preferences->Metronome. When I hit the spacebar to just playback the song the piano plays fine but when I arm an audio track and hit R to record the piano does not play. The recording is working but I cant hear the piano that I'm singing along to which makes things a bit difficult. (Apologies if this has been reported before, despite searching I cant fine an answer). If I turn off the 1 bar count in and hit R to record the piano plays back fine and, as before, I can record ok. Turning the 1 bar count in back on disables the rewire piano again so the issue is repeatable. I'm assuming this is a bug in the implementation of the rewire protocol. Is anyone else able to duplicate this and how can I report it to Bandlab for a fix? Thanks in advance.