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One Year of Cakewalk by BandLab Celebration

One Year of Cakewalk by BandLab Contest [Closed]  

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  1. 1. What feature area would you like us to focus on next?

    • Audio editing
      339
    • Instruments and effects
      220
    • MIDI editing
      157
    • Songwriting tools
      180
    • UI / UX
      74


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I recently tried Harrison Mixbus 32c v.5.  Cakewalk is still way better in UI and work flow. I've tried a lot of DAW's, and nothing has surpassed my experience with Cakewalk. I'll be using it for a very long time that I can guarantee.  Thanks to Bandlab and the Cakewalk team!

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Would like to see some re=focus on midi and temp mapping in particular.  I am indeed proud to be a part of this revival of Cakewalk, as I have been with this software from the early midi days.  Thank you for your efforts and accomplishments, no matter which way you go.

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On 4/25/2019 at 12:39 AM, Dj spoiltkid said:

I am so happy for what Cakewalk is doing. The only area I have been crying out for an improvement is in audio and midi editing. There is a way bandlab can simply editing to beat other daws like cubase. Clip gain can be made simpler by just hovering mouse on it and lifting it up or down....this should affect the wave to show the impact on the wave size. I also pleaded Cakewalk to make duplicating of notes, quantization and many others to be improved too. I just hope all this about audio and midi is fixed because I am tired of visiting other daws. Thanks to the bandlab crew. I just wish I could be the lucky winner of the giveaway🙊 because I have ever been thinking when I will ever get that😤

You can currently hold down the CTRL key while using the Smart editing tool and drag up and down to adjust clip gain. Granted, it's not a very advertised feature -- took me years to figure that out. 😂

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Happy Anniversary Cakewalk by Bandlab.  

 

It's been an exciting year of new and upgraded features which we all love to use.  You have truly outdone yourselves.

I started with the original product with version 2.2XL and I have never looked back.  BandLab, you have only made it better. 👍

 

Keep up the great work!!!

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24 minutes ago, Feral State Sound said:

Come on... Who is the winner? 😜

He / she who gets the email in May 15.  It's sometime today .
Anyway, I'm glad Audio Editing wins the poll. I voted for MIDI Editing though. Congrats to the winner!

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I'm ansy for the relaunch of the monetized modules/plugins. I only recently got back into Cakewalk and missed the boat on getting them.

Hurry up and take my money! Lol

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19 minutes ago, Michael Grathwohl said:

I'm ansy for the relaunch of the monetized modules/plugins. I only recently got back into Cakewalk and missed the boat on getting them.

Hurry up and take my money! Lol

If you have GAS, then you need to visit the "Deals" forum, LOL! cclarry can assist you with spending your money!

But I do agree with the Cakewalk plugin relaunch, as I missed the boat on Rapture Pro. It would be nice to see that one available again!

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On 5/12/2019 at 6:02 PM, Shayne White said:

You can currently hold down the CTRL key while using the Smart editing tool and drag up and down to adjust clip gain. Granted, it's not a very advertised feature -- took me years to figure that out. 😂

That's not what am talking about cuz I already know that feature exist. I migrated from cubase and it's just a thing of hovering over the clip and you drag up or down to lower or gain the clip....then the waveform follows suit. In Cakewalk sonar there is no change in waveform but just a thick red horizontal line which to me is not doing the job. I need to see visually the amount of reduction or gain. Also I talked about a feature for duplication of clips...in cubase it's "Control D" and you are just fine to any number of clip duplication you want being aligned sequentially. I know people who have used this in cubase will understand what I mean. Thanks

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5 hours ago, Dj spoiltkid said:

In Cakewalk sonar there is no change in waveform but just a thick red horizontal line which to me is not doing the job. I need to see visually the amount of reduction or gain.

This was already discussed here:

...so there's a hope! :) 

5 hours ago, Dj spoiltkid said:

Also I talked about a feature for duplication of clips...in cubase it's "Control D" and you are just fine to any number of clip duplication you want being aligned sequentially. I know people who have used this in cubase will understand what I mean.

In Cakewalk I'm used to set the snap grid to measure or whatever needed and then ctrl+drag the clip (or clips), quick and dirty. I know ctrl+D is very popular among other DAWs but I'm for example not coming from another DAW so I never felt the need for it, especially that I rarely work with clips that have both ends aligned perfectly to measure lines, so I have to use 'snap by' option most of the time. Others might do differently.

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7 hours ago, Dj spoiltkid said:

That's not what am talking about cuz I already know that feature exist. I migrated from cubase and it's just a thing of hovering over the clip and you drag up or down to lower or gain the clip....then the waveform follows suit. In Cakewalk sonar there is no change in waveform but just a thick red horizontal line which to me is not doing the job. I need to see visually the amount of reduction or gain. Also I talked about a feature for duplication of clips...in cubase it's "Control D" and you are just fine to any number of clip duplication you want being aligned sequentially. I know people who have used this in cubase will understand what I mean. Thanks

@Dj spoiltkidYou can already duplicate clips using paste special. Its the same thing you are describing. Just copy a clip set the cursor where you want to paste and choose edit | paste special. Set the number of repetitions and it will duplicate the clips. See screenshot.

duplicate.PNG

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11 hours ago, Noel Borthwick said:

@Dj spoiltkidYou can already duplicate clips using paste special. Its the same thing you are describing. Just copy a clip set the cursor where you want to paste and choose edit | paste special. Set the number of repetitions and it will duplicate the clips. See screenshot.

duplicate.PNG

I know about this and it ain't the same. Very easy with control D and the clips aligns well along so fast. Cakewalk knows about this and it will not take you guys anything and closing down paste special cuz for me it's not cool. Paste special is a long process. Many apps understands control D for duplication and Cakewalk should work that way too or it should be provided as a preference so people that need it go with it by setting it up themselves and people that love work around will continue with their long time option😫 I need this feature badly I don't want to be doing anything else on another day. Thanks

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