You can add both MIDI and audio effects directly from the Track view. Cakewalk adds these effects in real-time, preserving your track’s original data.A. Right-click here to add an effectAn effects pop-up menu appears. Cakewalk displays MIDI effects if you are editing a MIDI track, and audio effects for an audio track.The name of the effect appears in the FX Rack and the effect’s property page appears. To delete the effect, right-click the effect name and choose Delete from the pop-up menu.
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Note - Using Offline Help
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