In prior versions of Cakewalk, cached plug-in buffers would be allocated at a size of 32K samples irrespective of the audio buffer size. This gets quite expensive when you have a project with hundreds of plug-ins, especially with plug-ins that have multiple inputs and outputs.Plug-in buffer sizes are now dynamically adjusted to be based on the audio buffer size rather than an arbitrary max limit. This makes a big difference especially in projects running at low latency buffers.You can resize all selected tracks to the same size, or by a relative amount, by using the following modifiers:If you have several clips in a track with a common split point, the Move Split Point tool always moves all the split points together.To move only the split point on a single lane, hold down the ALT key when using the Move Split Point tool.To specify settings when duplicating a track, hold down the CTRL key and click the Duplicate Track button .When installing an update from within Cakewalk (see In-app updater), you can now choose to automatically relaunch Cakewalk after the installation completes.The New Project File dialog box (File > New) now lets you specify folder paths, tempo, meter, bit depth, and sample rate settings for the -- No Tracks or Buses -- option (previously named -- Blank Project --).When starting a new project from a project template, the File Stats window in the Notes Browser now start the Editing Time and Revision counters at 0.To reset the file stats, right-click in the File Stats window and select Reset File Stats.Cakewalk now presents a toast notification when an Early Access build is available. Early Access builds are completely optional, providing access to the next version of Cakewalk before its official release.
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