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« Reply #15 on: January 14, 2018, 12:05:01 PM »

I broke down and went back to Windows. I couldn't wrap my head around Jack, Carla, Claudia and the rest of them to get my audio stable.

I picked up a new HP Ryzen 5  u2500 Envy x360. Not my first choice, but got a killer deal on it.

I still hate windows 10.

Fired up Cakewalk sonar 8.3. (Can't seem to find my 8.5.3) Worked like a champ.

So...
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Cake walk sonar Platinum 2017.... I wish I could by this but they seem to have pulled the plug completely. I would pay and to hell with the updates. Just works great. Running the demo.

someday, Linux will be distributed with an easy to use routing scheme.

I'm getting there kids!

I hope you'll give it another chance, Nick! Smiley

Even though Windows 10 isn't that bad IMO.
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« Reply #16 on: March 01, 2018, 10:06:27 PM »

I haven't given up completely. I installed it on an i7 desktop I have and am playing around on it.

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