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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 live in Russia, and I want to say that I know many musicians who use Cakewalk. I am familiar with Sonar from Pro Audio 9 version and in 2011 bought Sonar V-Studio700 full kit. Since Sonar inseparable))) Huge thanks to the team BandLab, that did not allow a great program to drown.

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On 4/25/2019 at 10:20 AM, msmcleod said:

I voted for Songwriting Tools, but I guess in reality, all of the others contribute to the songwriting experience.

My main wish is better cross project support, i.e. being able to simply copy a bunch of tracks (instruments, audio, MIDI, automation etc) from one project to another. Ripple editing is great for in-project arranging, but just being able to take 8 or 16 bars from another project and make it your middle 8 in the current project would be fantastic.

Instrument tracks could do with an overhaul as well IMO, so instead of having to split/combine Audio & MIDI tracks, it would be nice if you could just expand/collapse them as needed. Support for instrument tracks with one synth/multiple outputs would be good too.

+1 for nested folders, although I would suggest going a stage further and allowing several folder "views". So instead of a track living inside a tree of folders, the tracks are just tracks, and the folder tree is just a view on them - kind of like plugin layouts. That way you can have separate folder layouts for tracking & mixing.

Oh, I love your idea on folder views! Also, very much in agreement about the need to make it easier to copy tracks from one project to another. Basically, just in complete agreement with everything you just posted here. :)

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Veo que todos hablan muy bien de Sonar, por qué ahora está regalando una FOCUSRITE SCARLET 18i20, veo que todos tienen la ambición de ganarla, yo creo que lo que debemos aportar somos nosotros con $$$ ya que ellos nos han apollado, ya que detrás hay personas trabajando duro y ser agradecidos, sé que algunos comenzamos este año que pasó a usarlo, ya que usábamos daw piratas 😞 yo me siento muy agradecido con bandlab y quisiera mejor aportar $$$ lo poquito que pueda ayudarles, por qué yo prefiero agradecer que pelearse y afamar por qué quieren ganar algo, no hay que ser egoísta ellos también trabajan y se desviven por darnos lo mejor al precio de nada, aparte de que nos dan actualización ahora nos quieren regalar una interfaz pues gracias bandlab, pero yo prefiero ayudarlo a ustedes como nos dieron su apoyo. 🙂 Gracias bandlab sinceramente yo sí estoy muy agradecido por lo que hacen. Saludos amigos muchas gracias por apoyarnos en nombre de todos los que usamos sus servicios. 🙂

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On 24/04/2019 at 17:08, Jesse Jost said:

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Um ano atrás, tivemos a oportunidade de dar uma nova vida ao Cakewalk. Hoje, como Cakewalk by BandLab, refletimos sobre nossa jornada no ano passado e algumas conquistas notáveis: 

  • Entregar um DAW profissional gratuito para todos os custos não é mais uma barreira para a produção musical avançada!  
  • Atualizações regulares proporcionando estabilidade significativa e aprimoramentos de desempenho
  • Integração de terceiros, incluindo aprimoramentos de suporte élastique, ARA e VST e muitos novos recursos , incluindo:
    • Padrão industrial integrado élastique pro time / pitch alongamento
    • Aprimoramentos do AudioSnap
    • Edição de MIDI avançada e filtragem de eventos MIDI de rolo de piano 
    • Melhorias e otimizações de compatibilidade e otimização de plug-ins VST
    • Temas atualizados da interface do usuário
    • Publique hastes e mixes para a nuvem BandLab diretamente do Cakewalk

Outros desenvolvimentos interessantes estão em andamento e estaremos compartilhando em breve! 

Mas, de longe, a parte mais gratificante da jornada tem sido o apoio de uma comunidade vibrante e crescente de novos usuários e apoiadores de longa data, que abrigaram seus novos fóruns de discussão . Se você é um usuário de longa data do Cakewalk ou está apenas começando, esperamos que você tenha tido a chance de curtir e fazer ótimas músicas com o CbB. Suas vozes, apoio e entusiasmo foram fundamentais para o sucesso do Cakewalk by BandLab.

Em comemoração ao nosso primeiro aniversário, concederemos a um membro da nossa comunidade uma interface de áudio Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 . Com 8 entradas combinadas de mic / linha, o 18i20 é uma ótima opção para gravar toda a banda ou mixar uma bateria completa. Nós usamos um 18i20 para gravar algumas performances no NAMM este ano , e nós queremos que você tenha um também!

Para participar do concurso, basta participar desta enquete para selecionar em qual área de recursos você gostaria de nos concentrar em seguida. Não há uma resposta errada, mas adoraríamos ouvir o que você pensa! 

A participação na pesquisa está aberta a todos os usuários do Cakewalk by BandLab. Se você ainda não fez isso, você pode:

  1. Inscreva-se para uma conta no BandLab
  2. Conecte-se ao fórum com sua conta do BandLab

Então pegue a enquete para ajudar a informar os nossos próximos passos!

A competição termina em 8 de maio de 2019. O vencedor será selecionado aleatoriamente e notificado por e-mail até 15 de maio de 2019. Consulte os termos e condições completos .

Com gratidão,
The Bakers e todos no BandLab

Sou muito grato por a BandlLab manter o Cakewalk vivo !!! Utilizo desde Cakewalk Pro Audio 6 !!!! E se Cakewalk morresse, morreria também um pouco de mim e minha história !!!!

 

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Im from indonesia.. I think, this is one of great free Daw . i have a old audiointerface from cakewalk product when i buy it at 2009 ago.. 10 years ago. . even now im not use it  in 2019. But i've got a learn a lot about audio with it. Thanks cakewalk .  happy anniversary.. Keep a great work..

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You guys have done an excellent job keeping Cakewalk moving forward. I must admit as a long time Cakewalk user I was very concerned about what would happen when Gibson gave it up but now I'm excited about it's future! Keep up the good work, you have a dedicated user here.

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On ‎4‎/‎25‎/‎2019 at 12:54 PM, MICHAEL SMITH said:

One improvement that  I'd really like to see is how the plugins and synths are done. I really like how protools have their plugins layed out. There just there, without having to open the synth view, don't have to scroll through plugins to see what you have. You just click on the plug-in space, and choose.  In Cakewalk, you have to right click, then select what type of plugin, then the plug-in name.  There is a very small plus symbol you can click on, but it's just not as easy as protools.

Have you gotten into drag+drop plug-ins from the browser? I use that most of the time. Studio One and Live do the same thing, so it seems to be something people generally like.

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I've been using Sonar since 2003, and I've been through many incarnations of the DAW. I love the way that, through the many updates and changes over the years, my old sessions from the earliest days of using Sonar still load up in CbB. I love that dedication to the product.

Bandlab have done a stellar job in keeping the DAW alive and stable....god, it's so good to have a stable DAW....and I wish them both many more years of stability together.

Now, I've just got to figure out how to use the Bandlab community to it's full potential. It's a mystery to me.

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I'm a user since version 3.0

Improve the Media Browser player. It is very simple and primitive. We are browsing among thousands of samples,

I think it is necessary at least one play , pause, stop buttons and be able to see and jump from one point to another of the waveform...

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I’ve been using Cakewalk since the late Neolithic time period. Of course, computers were hard to get by in those days but that certainly didn’t stop me from making music. Even electricity was scarce, unless there was a thunderstorm ravaging the skies into which I could connect through a kite and a transformer made out of clay, reed, iron ore and some beeswax. And please don’t get me started about screen resolution and latency - the former back then normally measured in millipixels and the latter in megaseconds. Yeah, it was kind of tough for both eyes and ears.

Youngsters nowadays might find this hard to believe, but those were the conditions at the time. Anyway, glad to see Cakewalk still alive and kicking!

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