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I would first see if I could figure out what's causing the delay and fix that. Software synthesis is used live all the time. My first guess is it's a driver issue. I've also seen some programs that have a "delay" setting that defaults to being on, so make sure it's not something dumb like that. Another solution is to use a hardware synthesizer. With ...


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i suspect you haven't looked very hard yet cuz there are lots. there are cheap but not bad ones like these: http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/entertainment/digitalpercussions/dd_series/?mode=series#tab=product_lineup and more expensive digital drum kits http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/drums/el-drumkit/ I like the Yamaha ...


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pick some other midi viewer than bitwig and see if it has the same problem. if so, guitar pro is at fault. if not, bitwig is at fault. i'd suspect guitar pro off the top of my head. they probably have a much better support forum anyway. then go to whichever forum (which probably would have been a good idea to do in the first place) and pray that they'll ...


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It often isn't easy to get audio out of one program while another (Ableton in this case) has a hold of the sound hardware via an ASIO driver. Hopefully Archundia's pointers in the comments above give you a workaround, but I think a technically simple solution would be: download the youtube audio as an mp3 using something like YouTube to mp3 Converter load ...


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This behaviour (track renaming) apparently started in the Cubase 7.5 update. It was noted in the linked thread as being undesirable, however it seems that the issue was not resolved despite developers being notified. Perhaps it has been addressed in the latest version of Cubase (you don't say what edition you are using), but perhaps not!


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I use Cakewalk version 3.0 for Windows 3.1. It works fine in Windows 10 with USB midi ports, and has the Playlist feature that I think Cakewalk Live was built on. However, it is a 16 bit application. The latest machines are all 64 bit, and won't run 16 bit any longer. My days are numbered. I will try DosBox as mentioned above. I wonder how stable it is as I ...


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There are two ways to get an audio part and tempo track to line up. Since you're looking to change the tempo to match the audio, the first method is what you're looking for. Method 1: Change tempo to match the audio track First, select the audio part you want to get the tempo changes from. Then, look for an item in the audio processing menu in the main ...


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http://www.kentonuk.com/products/items/utilities/usb-host.shtml may work as a USB - MIDI converter if the DGX-230 operates as a 'Class Compliant' MIDI device. Same with the Keith McMillen MIDI Expander - if it's class compliant it will probably work... ...but sadly as per the list you linked to in your comment, it doesn't seem to be, so it's unlikely that ...



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