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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/08/05 15:16:57 (permalink)
Updated to 2.4 (which I think Mr Mudgel has dealt with), but there's a slightly enhanced version as of this morning at https://www.dropbox.com/s/fqu3ze2fglif7es/CupCake2.4.zip?dl=0
 
Couple of changes (in help tab where necessary):
- Option to auto-clean "bad" files and VST paths on startup
- Option to auto-scan VSTs on startup
- "Better" (in my opinion!) display of recent files
- A few performance optimisations
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/08/06 00:56:19 (permalink)
I'll have the links updated this afternoon.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/08/06 01:23:44 (permalink)
Hey, well done Mudgel. I didn't notice this new sticky thread until just now. This will be handy. 
 
I guess I'm going to have to check all the other forums to see if the sticky's have changed. 

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/08/06 02:06:32 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby apguitar 2015/10/18 12:56:07
It's been up since June 12th. I think it's unique in that this is the only member (me) maintained sticky. There's about 11 or so programs at the moment.
I'm currently working on a full MP3 tutorial outlining the 5 or 6 choices available and the steps to take to realise your choice.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/08/06 03:37:56 (permalink)
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Hey, well done Mudgel. I didn't notice this new sticky thread until just now. This will be handy. 
 
I guess I'm going to have to check all the other forums to see if the sticky's have changed. 


Just make sure to check out the first thread from time to time as that's where all the program links are.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/08/06 11:29:54 (permalink)
Thank You Mike for assembling this list and Thank You to those who have provided.
 
I just dl'd and ran the VST inventory listing. What a Great tool! I have been wanting this info for trouble shooting a potential vst caused issue and I think I may have just found it with this tool!  Thank You Dave!!

Purrrfect Audio DAW here.  Wow!...
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/08/09 07:26:08 (permalink)
You should try cupcake2.4 for even more that you can do with VSTs.
post edited by mudgel - 2015/08/09 07:52:12

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/09/04 17:56:21 (permalink)
Thank you Mr Mudgel for the list.  I haven't had a chance to download any (I'm at work now), but will at first chance.


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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/09/04 20:16:26 (permalink)
I loaded up Cupcake and I REALLY like it!  I think it fixed my problem with Melodyne and ARA !!!
Thanks Panup for making this one!  I sure needed it!

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/09/08 08:35:52 (permalink)
I feel invisible (CupCake is mine) :-(
 
Very glad it helped if it did though!
post edited by KPerry - 2015/09/08 08:44:15
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/09/08 08:50:20 (permalink)
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I feel invisible (CupCake is mine) :-(

That is why I call my tool AZCtrl... What about "KuPCake" ?

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/09/08 09:12:07 (permalink)
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I feel invisible (CupCake is mine) :-(
 
Very glad it helped if it did though!


Shall I hunt him (arlen2133) down and tattoo a cupcake on his forehead so he never forgets. On the other hand I fail to see how any of the programs could help with Melodyne running properly.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/09/08 09:53:40 (permalink)
If there was a VST path duplication, CupCake does/can dedupe.  Possibility anyway...
 
But yes to the tattoo offer :-)
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/09/08 10:29:32 (permalink)
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I loaded up Cupcake and I REALLY like it!  I think it fixed my problem with Melodyne and ARA !!!
Thanks Panup for making this one!  I sure needed it!


Which program did you use Cupcake or Duckbar?
Panup makes Duckbar.

Cupcake is made by KPerry.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/05 12:17:08 (permalink)
Hi finally got round to finding this utility -
contaced the developer. and replied:

"The INS to Drum Map tool can be downloaded on my web page "Audible
Distortion
http://dis.sesseler.de/
 
In the left menu area, click on
"Cakewalk Sonar" under "Tools".

Or use this direct download link:
http://dis.sesseler.de/Tool/ins2map.zip

Regards, Ralf "
post edited by Elffin - 2015/10/06 05:00:40

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/05 23:42:29 (permalink)
Thanks Eurig,

Can you explain a little what it does so I can make an entry in the first post etc.

I'm away on holidays at the moment but will update the entries when I get back next week. My youngest daughter gets married tomorrow. Woohoo!

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/06 04:49:07 (permalink)
Converts instrument definitions to drum map..
 
It's able to read csv files too... but havnt tested that yet .. (handy for making drum maps/keyswitches for sample libraries - possibly!)
 
quote from website:  (link fixed above)
 
"This tool will convert an instrument definition (ins file) into a drum map for Cakewalk Sonar. (Essentially, any text file with a mapping from midi note number to drum instrument name can be used.) The created drum map uses default values for most parameters and is not linked to a particular virtual instrument, so it's mainly the first step and may require enhancements to be done in Sonar directly."
 
Good luck with the wedding too!
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/07 22:28:11 (permalink)
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Thanks Eurig,

Can you explain a little what it does so I can make an entry in the first post etc.

I'm away on holidays at the moment but will update the entries when I get back next week. My youngest daughter gets married tomorrow. Woohoo!



Congrats Mudgel... and I hope the bride's father's speech goes well too!
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/08 01:23:56 (permalink)
Made it to the ceremony and only a little of the reception. I broke my leg the day before so the pain forced me back to my room. I saw the important bits. What a bummer.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/08 23:29:17 (permalink)
But you got to be father of the bride, mudgel. Congratulations indeed!

"We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl" (Wish You Were Here)
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/08 23:34:38 (permalink)
Yeh that's the bit we went for and we were part if it all. So all good.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/08 23:57:31 (permalink)
Hope you have an easy, relatively painless recovery mudgel. Take inspiration from Dave Grohl who didn't let his broken leg stop him making music :)
 
http://www.billboard.com/...-foo-fighters-stronger
post edited by backwoods - 2015/10/09 00:07:41
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/09 00:15:54 (permalink)
I can beat him any time.. Can't seem to setup an image even with imgur. It's a hassle free n an iPad.

I have a toe to groin cast and I'm in my room in a Phuket resort.. Don't leave for home till next Tuesday. As I feel better maybe I'll do updates


post edited by mudgel - 2015/10/09 00:35:05

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/09 00:47:25 (permalink)
Phuket! (Pardon my French.)

"We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl" (Wish You Were Here)
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/09 02:04:40 (permalink)
bloody hell! That's serious. Where is it broken and how did you manage to do that? You probably wish it had happened over there as it is a real medical tourism hotspot and the Aussie system seems quite expensive. 
 
I hope you have good air-con mudgel, it could be quite an irritant.
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/09 02:26:07 (permalink)
Like any good grandparent, I wanted my grandkids to benefit from my many years of life experience.

So we were at the pool and what better time for a lesson in water safety; the jumping safely into a pool lesson.

Point 1 make sure water is not shallow. Check. It was about 6 ft or so. I had just been in the pool.

This is how you do a safety jump. Whoops! Not quite. Front leg stiff I jump into the pool and the heel of that foot (my left one) hits the pool floor followed by excruciating sharp pain inside my knee.

That part called the tibial plateau has a crack in it about 50% through. A little more and surgery would have been needed. Aren't I lucky, I avoided surgery. So swollen they got 85 mis of blood out.

It did happen in Phuket in one of the resorts' many pools. I've become quite the celebrity and they can't do enough for me, but the lack of a suitable wheelchair at the resort makes it mpossible to get around on my own. Everything is complicated by the bad back I've been carrying for years. Crutches impossible and the walking frame i had to buy is next to useless.

More updates as time passes. Thanks guys.
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/09 04:34:44 (permalink)
Gee, I can imagine that would be very painful. I know a guy who did something similar- he fell from scaffolding and landed on his feet.... not pretty. 
 
Might as well lap up all the attention now cos you just know when you do recuperate you will be catching grief about your famous "safety lesson" :)
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/09 06:01:48 (permalink)
The reason I wrote my last post with an attempt at humour was that I've been the butt of jokes ever since it happened. There's not a great deal of compassion on show for the father of the bride when he does something that continues to feed funny lines. Kind of like the unscratchable itch you get inside a plaster cast.. It just doesn't go away.

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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/18 13:09:37 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby mudgel 2015/10/19 01:14:15
I just used the Sonar Tools Editor and just wanted to say Thanks!
I've been trying to get Sound Forge in the utilities menu for a while and this tool made it painless and perfect!

Adam P.
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I love this sh*t!
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Re: Utilities for use with Sonar. 2015/10/18 21:59:34 (permalink)
Credit for that one goes to our most prolific helper known here as 'scook'.

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