Re: Cakewalk by Band Land

John Isige

There are soft synths that are accessible with Reaper. Also, you can use Cakewalk's soft synths in Reaper. Maybe not all of them, but some anyway, it's been a while since I looked into it. I won't say more as this should go to the Reaper list. I mean, if Sonar and CT are working for you, cool. I'm not saying you should change just because. But you would get stuff that's actually being worked on and updated. You could always install Reaper and mess around with it, it won't affect your Sonar and CT installation at all.

On 1/18/2020 1:26 AM, Sky Mundell wrote:
Hello. I would agree, accept what keeps me using CakeTalking with Sonar under windows 7 is the professional softsynths. I am a professional musician and I rely on softsynths to do my productions That's why I stick with it and if there were softsynths that would do things like piano, guitar, etc. for Reaper that was accessible I would gladly switch to Reaper.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of John Isige
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2020 11:06 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Cakewalk by Band Land

You want to look into Reaper. Cakewalk hasn't been accessible since
version 8.5.

The mailing list is exceptionally helpful. Some good folks on there.

On 1/17/2020 16:28, Scott Berry wrote:
Hello there,

I was just wondering if anyone has had a chance to play with Cakewalk
by Band Land. I can't get past the onboarding part of the Cakewalk
screen. Has anyone built any add-ons for this?

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