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I've got a 400 page report to finish reading before I can get on to this document.

 

 

 

 

 

Back to the Coffee House for me.

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1 hour ago, Wibbles said:

I've got a 400 page report to finish reading before I can get on to this document.

The Cakewalk PDF document is more important to read, not the 400 page report. You're get way more out of it :)

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On 4/20/2019 at 10:22 AM, InstrEd said:

The Cakewalk PDF document is more important to read, not the 400 page report. You're get way more out of it :)

Just read the summary, it has all the important stuff!   (How long before these posts are deleted?) 😮

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No, I HAVEN'T read the whole manual yet 🤓 , EXCELLENT job @Morten Saether; but when I was looking for info on compatibility of CbB/Sonar with new Motu hardware and the Presonus FaderPort 16,

I did a search on the manual -  if you do a search on "Mackie" (as in, Mackie Control) all you get is a few things about Otto.  If there is an addendum plan, that info might be handy... Steve

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On 4/5/2019 at 12:45 PM, Toddskins said:

Quick glance at it: Almost 2200 pages

Very cool to have put this great guide together for us Cakewalk loyalists.

I notice there's only 1724 pages on the .pdf I downloaded....did I miss something?

Thanks for any clarification.....have a great day.

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7 hours ago, chulaivet1966 said:

Very cool to have put this great guide together for us Cakewalk loyalists.

I notice there's only 1724 pages on the .pdf I downloaded....did I miss something?

Thanks for any clarification.....have a great day.

The version I downloaded 7-12-2019 (25.05.00) was 2188 pages.  The one there now (25.07.00) is 1724 pages.

It looks like the manual was revised. Also, it looks like 25.07.00 has larger pages and more content per page.

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