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1 hour ago, Mauricio Ramirez said:

This is strange behavior when deleting a part of the song using the arranger track. It deleted some markers outside the select zone (INTRO 2). I attach a video at this link:  https://imgur.com/a/kG1c96E

That is a picture not a video.

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20 minutes ago, Panu Pentikäinen said:

True, but the new font size is perfect.

 

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS please dont change it.

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On 4/23/2021 at 12:09 AM, Deoj Naes said:

I would love to see a pre-roll feature in the future for easier recording

What do you mean by "pre-roll?" There is a metronome setting that allows for any number of count-in measures. It's also easy to insert empty measures at the beginning of your project using Project>Insert Time/Measures.

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Is there any solution for Cakewalk to start faster when disconnected from the internet?

When I use Cakewalk with the computer disconnected from the internet, it takes a long time to start the program, even appearing as "not responding" in the program manager.

And when I finish Cakewalk, it stays a long time in background programs, if I want to start it again, I have to wait for it to finish the process in the background, or end the process forcibly, so that I can be opening it again.

This happens to someone else, is there any solution to be solving this problem?

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55 minutes ago, Herbert Zio said:

Is there any solution for Cakewalk to start faster when disconnected from the internet?

When I use Cakewalk with the computer disconnected from the internet, it takes a long time to start the program, even appearing as "not responding" in the program manager.

And when I finish Cakewalk, it stays a long time in background programs, if I want to start it again, I have to wait for it to finish the process in the background, or end the process forcibly, so that I can be opening it again.

This happens to someone else, is there any solution to be solving this problem?

I'm not seeing any difference in startup time irrespective of whether there is an internet connection.
I can disable my network adapter and start the app and it takes the same time to load.

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37 minutes ago, Noel Borthwick said:

Isso não é um bug, o que você está vendo é a divisória para o painel do ônibus. Você pode arrastar isso para revelar o painel de ônibus.

I hear you! When comparing with Sonar Platinum, there was no such separation, which made me believe it was a bug.

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1 hour ago, Noel Borthwick said:

Isso não é um bug, o que você está vendo é a divisória para o painel do ônibus. Você pode arrastar isso para revelar o painel de ônibus.

See that when I drag the whole "bus pane" upwards, the division disappears when I collect it through the button, sure that this is not a bug?

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1 hour ago, Herbert Zio said:

Is there any solution for Cakewalk to start faster when disconnected from the internet?

When I use Cakewalk with the computer disconnected from the internet, it takes a long time to start the program, even appearing as "not responding" in the program manager.

And when I finish Cakewalk, it stays a long time in background programs, if I want to start it again, I have to wait for it to finish the process in the background, or end the process forcibly, so that I can be opening it again.

This happens to someone else, is there any solution to be solving this problem?

I have had this problem many times and though I do not know exactly why it was happening, I can however provide a few suggestions based on actions that worked for me.  I will note that I was using Win 8.1 Pro on an AMD Quadcore 2.2ghz laptop w/8GB Ram.

-Firstly, I found that heavy use of Waves plug ins make a significant impact on project loading and I am assuming that it has to do with how Waves plugins are bundled in a shell placed in the VST program directory that then recalls the plugins stored in the x86 vst program directory.  Waves are also graphic heavy.

-That led me to updating and making changes to my GPU in how it allocates resources.  This seem to help a great deal honestly and it is always a point most audio production developers stress as an important scenario to review.

-I store the audio data for my projects on an external disk with my project files on my C drive that helps with mitigating audio data corruption and drive failure.  I didn't realize that my external drive wasn't getting defragged either enough or none at all, but once I did defrag, performance and responsiveness made a great improvement.

-I noticed that any track that was audiosnap enabled seriously slowed down the project loading and even wrecked performance with playback.  Audiosnap enabled doesn't always show up visually so you have to double check your tracks through the inspector to see.  You can also do a Ctrl+A to select all and then Alt+A to open audiosnap and see if the audiosnap is turned on, signifying that one or more of your tracks are enabled.  If you are no longer using audiosnap, TURN IT OFF lol  man what a difference that makes!!!

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I applaud the BandLab project integration as i have anticipated this capability since the acquisition! 

I will bring attention to a new free plug in called Satellite that just released which allows you to insert a track as one would insert "ReWire" which opens a cloud based DAW project session that allows one to collaborate remotely in real time with anyone running the plugin.  It's pretty amazing and one of the easiest ways of transferring tracks/stems to be mixed or mastered or band members to work with.  The greatest part is that it works in any DAW that is VST compatible.  

BandLab needs to be a plug in that integrates with its online mix editor in real time for collaboration within Cakewalk or any DAW for that matter.  The way people work remotely now in this day in age, this technology fulfills a great need.  

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hey, i am having an issue after installing 2021.04 early access 2. I am trying to switch between the screensets, but when i am clicking on screenset 2, 3 or anyone except 1, its not changing and is stuck in screenset 1. Is someone else having this issue??. I am attaching the screeshots of before changing the screenset, then the transition when i am clicking on screenset 3, and after clicking it

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Staff view scrolling

The problem that appeared in the previous version is still present:
when using keyboard shortcuts (w or Shift-Ctrl/PgUp-PgDn) to move the position in the Staff view , the display is not correctly updated

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1 hour ago, Justin Ursua said:

When saving from cwp to mid format 1, the last event of every track are deleted. I believe this is a bug.

@Justin Ursua - I can't reproduce this. Can you send a copy of your cwp file to @Jonathan Sasor , along with the steps you took to save the MIDI file so we can try to reproduce?

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Nudge is removing Sustain (CC 64).

Even with no controllers selected, if I use Nudge left or right for some notes in PRV, it will delete some CC 64:

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I attached a sample project to confirm that.

Nudge-Sustain.cwp

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See that when I drag the whole "bus pane" upwards, the division disappears when I collect it through the button, sure that this is not a bug?

Just an FYI: The behavior is the same in 2021.01.  I don't think its a bug, just a change from the SONAR X series. In SONAR X3 (presumably like Platinum), the cursor changed to horizonal parallel lines with and up and down arrow.  It does that in CbB, too.  There's probably a reason why CbB has the "grab bar." Some people seem to never notice cursor changes, so maybe the bar makes it easier for those people. Who knows?  

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