I know, I use Cakewalk, love it. It has been my experience that the quality of the sound is more dependent on the out put device. I have a Roland PMA 5 with 328 voices (band in a box if you will) and when I use the sound card it sounds like crap, but if I use the Roland the voices are realistic and the sound is awesome. I used to use this setup, and run it through my PA, and edit the tracks, and add in my guitar (live) and sing, and performed on Cape Cod. The club and restaurant owners out there wanted a whole band sound for solo artist money. Thanks for your comments, guys, but I think you're barking up the wrong tree with Cakewalk. Are you familiar with the Microsoft GS Wavetable SW Synth?
Hi, we use the 'Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth' through midi port Windows functions in Visual Studio. We have created a little routine to check the availability of. Cannot Hear MIDI Playback Using Microsoft GS Wavetable SW. Microsoft GS Wavetable SW Synth device is available for use in Windows 98 only when Windows Driver.
It's a software midi device which Windows installs by default. If you have a dedicated hardware sound card (in a desktop) you get additional midi devices which typically have a better sound. The Betrayal Harold Pinter Pdf Creator. Problem is on a laptop you usually don't have a dedicated hardware sound card so the Microsoft offering is all you get. I'm looking for something that works in the same way but sounds better. Well I see that that doesn't help, but that is all that is available for your sound card. What you need to do is get in contact with someone (A developer) who can modify your drivers or create new ones for you. Otherwise that is it.