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Re: Massive And Cubase 7 Question

Yes no problem, every item in Komplete 9 is 64-bit. Like all the others have said: once you start playing with these synths, you'll think you're on another planet. Once you start discovering all the libraries in Kontakt, you'll think you're in another galaxy. Once you open Reaktor... you'll find yourself in a parallel universe ;)
by dirkpiano
Fri Dec 20, 2013 3:08 pm
 
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Re: Free VST for the holidays

They've done this before. It means that the (perpetual) license is free until Jan 1, after which they start charging for new licenses. So get it now.

IMHO this is not kool.

Just a digital version of the old 'bait and switch'.

If it is [free for a limited time], please state that.

Fingerwag/fistshake/blackmark for NI in my book.
{'-'}

Curteye, I think you're misinterpreting the [free for a limited time] concept of this gift... If person A gets it now it's free and it remains free for person A. If person B gets it after 12/31 person B will have to pay 49$. It's not like person A gets it now for free and the same person A suddenly will have to pay a license after 12/31 to continue to use it.

So in my eyes there's nothing wrong with it (although person B will not be amused when person A tells him what a fool he has been :-) ), you can safely unfingerwag/unfistshake/unblackmark NI for this :-)
by dirkpiano
Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:28 pm
 
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Re: Is it time to wash the Cubase 7.5 tshirt ?

Scab Pickens wrote:Have you discovered any new bugs?

:lol:
by dirkpiano
Sat Dec 21, 2013 7:56 pm
 
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Re: How to cut out bars and squash up the rest ?

I think this is the function you're looking for: Edit -> Range -> Delete Time (key command on windows: Shift+Backspace)

If you want to move bar 16-50 to the end of bar 9 for all tracks at once: set left locator to beginning of bar 10 and right locator to end of bar 15, then apply Delete Time.

If you only want to do this on one track without affecting the others: use the Range Selection Tool to select the range to be deleted on that track, then again: Delete Time.

BTW, what do you mean by collapsing? Is that zooming horizontally? If so, the "G" and "H" keys are probably my favorite key commands on my keyboard...

Hope this helps,
Dirk
by dirkpiano
Thu Mar 26, 2015 11:52 pm
 
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