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I'm using the Cakewalk Shared Instruments inside of Reason 10 and I noticed that the GUI for the instruments and the effects will not show. I've tried several trouble shooting and also saving the GUI images to the native VST folder. Reason has a system folder that saves all information about the Vst/Vsti and I also saved the files there. Nothing has worked so far and I don't know exactly how to reach technical support for Cakewalk directly to get an answer. Who can I contact to help with this issue please?
I came across two CDs in perfect condition while cleaning out my garage. 1) The Sonar Home Studio installation disc. 2) An XL Pack that includes all the stuff listed in my tags to this post. This XL Pack was included with the Sonar Home Studio installation disc. The first CD installation disc is unneeded, correct, because I am using the free downloaded Cakewalk by Bandlab? I'd like to know then how to utilize the Sonar XL Pack.......... with Cakewalk by Bandlab. (The XL Pack add-ons are not included in the free Bandlab Cakewalk, correct?) I bought a DVD writer to upload the XL Pack CD to my computer, but have not hooked up the DVD writer yet. Thanks, Bob
Hi, I recently installed the cakewalk software using the Bandlab assistant. While installing I chose the Studio instrument suite add on. When I load cakewalk, I see that the studio instruments plugins are getting categorized as FX making it impossible for me to use as instruments. Any idea what I can do to correct this? Here is how it looks like:
The current suite of Studio Instruments is composed of drums, electric bass, electric piano and string section. I would like to see both electric and acoustic guitars added to the suite. I have multiple reasons for requesting the addition of guitars. The electric guitar is a popular instrument in many genres of western music including jazz, pop, rock and country. Acoustic guitar is popular in classical, folk, americana and country. While several free acoustic guitar VSTs exist including Spicy Guitar http://www.spicyguitar.com/ and DSK's Dynamic Guitars https://www.dskmusic.com/dsk-dynamic-guitars/ and Amplesound Martin Lite https://amplesound.net/en/download.asp some are only available as a 32 bit VSTi. I have not been able to find any free electric guitar VSTi. I use the TTS-1 and Studio Instruments a lot as I try to learn more about how to use MIDI. It would be very nice to have both nylon and steel string acoustics as well as several types of electric guitars to choose from. A strum pattern library and strum tempo automatically synced to the project tempo would be awesome.