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General Discussion / Re: Gibson shutters Cakewalk and Sonar
« Last post by Rhcole on Today at 02:43:43 AM »
Don't get yourselves too tied up in knots over this. You are only watching the warmup act. Wait until the headliners come out on stage, likely a few months from now...

RIP Cakewalk/Sonar though. Used them for many years.
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General Discussion / Re: Gibson shutters Cakewalk and Sonar
« Last post by gumtown on Today at 01:25:36 AM »
I moved to Cakewalk after upgrading from MSDos to WIndows 286, I was previously using Voyetra Sequencer.
https://voyetrasequencer.wordpress.com/
My first soundcard was a mono bit SondBlaster, then the Blaster 16, then the awesome SoundBlaster AWE32 with the built in EMU sampler/synth.
Cakewalk and the AWE32 kept me busy for a few years.
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Thank you admsustainiac for your help. Lot of info, will read it and think what can do  ::)
What is coming to mind first as one idea is to make an additional selector inside GR to switch exp pedal wires to the external pot
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General Discussion / Re: Gibson shutters Cakewalk and Sonar
« Last post by Kevin M on Yesterday at 11:19:40 PM »
What friggin a-holes! I've used some form of Cakewalk for 20+ years now. Simply cannot believe this. Fingers and toes crossed that some company sees an opportunity here to make an offer for it.
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General Discussion / Re: Gibson shutters Cakewalk and Sonar
« Last post by gumbo on Yesterday at 10:41:08 PM »
Does not make sense for a company to piss off its customer base.



I thought Gibson had already developed that to an Art Form...    ::)
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Antares Auto-Tune for Guitar Discussion / Re: Just bought an ATG-1 floorboard
« Last post by gumbo on Yesterday at 10:33:42 PM »
Seems like you'd sell a bunch of those. Especially if it was compatible with cycfi 18 pin Jack.

...that's probably the killer; it was hard enough to get the Synth-Linx Jack to fit in there..  ..basically it's got to be about the same height off the pickguard as the tops of the control knobs, or things start to get pretty complicated ergonomically.

..but I will say that you have given me more food for thought..    ...damn!

 ::)
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General Discussion / Re: Gibson shutters Cakewalk and Sonar
« Last post by chrish on Yesterday at 08:38:03 PM »
Does not make sense for a company to piss off its customer base.

I doubt anybody's saying with the money I save from not having to buy any more updated Cakewalk products I'll take that money and buy a Les Paul.
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General Discussion / Re: Gibson shutters Cakewalk and Sonar
« Last post by shawnb on Yesterday at 08:04:49 PM »
Sounds like an immediate subscription cancellation...
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