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Good afternoon fellow Walkers... I've been using Cakewalk and Sonar for years - recently started using Cakewalk for bandlab... I'm rusty and there are differences. I bought a Nautilus and using USB midi interface. Focusrite 2i2. I've configured CW for Nautilus - numerous times. I even got to make the keyboard trigger SI1 drums today and record a track. BUT - when I go to use the internal sounds of the Nautilus - the board is SILENT - no sound. And only way I've been able to get the sound back is to reboot the keyboard - which takes many minutes. Anyone have similar circumstances? Am I missing something simple? Thanks, Steve
Hi: I'm a long time Cakewalk user. In the past I used to have a multi port MIDI interface (now obsolete) and connect all my synths there. Now I don't have that MIDI interface anymore and, as most modern synths have USB MIDI, I connect all my synths directly to the computer. The problem is that not always want to use all my synth, sometimes I just turn on a single one and Cakewalk just mess all MIDI port selection on the MIDI tracks. The MIDI data (notes, etc) is sent to the wrong synths. I have to set the MIDI port for every MIDI track every time. Even if I turn on all my synths, sometimes Cakewalk change the order of MIDI ports and again I have to set the MIDI port for every MIDI track. Same happens when sending MIDI clock to my drum machine, after opening a saved project the MIDI ports are in a different order and the MIDI clock is sent to a different port so my drum machine doesn't start. Also if I have set an instrument definition for a MIDI port, I lost that assignment... So, please make Cakewalk remember the MIDI port settings. If I have a MIDI track and the MIDI port output is set to a MIDI port named SynthX (all my MIDI ports have the name of the synth), next time I open the project that track should be assigned to the MIDI port SynthX, and if that MIDI port is not available (not connected), should be routed to a dummy MIDI port, not to other MIDI port, if I want to route that MIDI data to another MIDI port I will do it myself manually (letting Cakewalk choose a random MIDI port doesn't help). Thank you!