Hey all. Long time SONAR user here. Just got a new PC and am using my BandLab account to install it. However, I have the following questions...
1) How do I install the additional Cakewalk products I own? For instance Z3TA+ 2? Do I still use the command center, or download and install directly? 2)..
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Hi All, I need to install Dimension LE to be able to work on a friend's project. I have Dimension PRO, and it is a known issue that Sonar / Cakewalk won't play a Dimension LE track with Dimension PRO. I have almost all versions of Sonar from XL to Platinum (5, 6, 8, 8.5, X1, X2 and X3), but I could ..
Im re installing Dimension Pro and the grooves are missing from Expansion Pack 2.Ive had this before and cant for the life of me remember the solution.Can someone please enlighten me.ThanksJustin..
I'm building an new DAW and installing all the bits. I saved all my serial numbers and reg codes from previous installations.I've installed D-Pro 1.5.5, but when I run it, it demands a reg code. So I enter the reg code from my text file of codes, and it says "invalid code".Ok, so I choose "Online ac..
Can someone explain how SI vst’s handle .prog and SFZ files? I see where most patches are prog files but there’s also a folder with SFZ and wav files. Thanks...
Is it possible to edit, change or even create new .prog files outside of Sonar? Thanks, Steve..
Is there such a thing and where can it be found? Online documentation says there is but I don't have it to my knowledge...
OK, so I just finished a full and clean install of Platinum on Win10 Pro 64bit, and I'm loving it. I was having all sorts of issues before on Win7 Ent. Not sure if it was the OS or just the fact that I hadn't done a clean format in about 5 yrs. So actually, since I got Platinum I haven't really done..
I'm looking for a VST that lets you load .wav audio samples and assign them to midi notes. I have a bunch of drum samples, but I want to write midi notes using those samples. Studio Instruments does not seem to let me do this...
Hi,I'm doing a cover of Soul Sacrifice, by Santana. There is a part near the end of the first half of the song where Carlos plays the same note multiple times, but then 2nd and third of each triplet are muted guitar sounds--whereas the 1st of each triplet is a regular (distorted/sustained) guitar so..