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Hopefully I'm in the right place, this is the only site I could think of to look for help because Cakewalk has non-existent support.

I've been using Sonar X2 for reording and mixing but I'm having some trouble when it comes to the Roland V-Vocal plug-in, which I use to touch up my vocal tracks. If I create just a single V-Vocal clip, everything is fine, but once I create a second one (on another track, such as a vocal harmony track) everything goes sour. The whole thing gets filled with static and both tracks can be heard even if one of them is muted. I've tested both tracks separately and this does not happen, only when I try to use V-Vocal simultaneously on multiple tracks.

Google has been of no help and I'm just about at the end of my rope. If I can't figure out what's going on I'm gonna have to come up with some pretty annoying workarounds.

EDIT 9-Nov-16:

I've since upgraded to Sonar Platinum, in which they have replaced V-Vocal with Melodyne. Since I had V-Vocal installed from X2, it was available for use in Platinum, so I tried it. I get the same exact problem. So just for the record: it is a problem with V-Vocal, not with Sonar.

Hopefully I'm in the right place, this is the only site I could think of to look for help because Cakewalk has non-existent support.

I've been using Sonar X2 for reording and mixing but I'm having some trouble when it comes to the Roland V-Vocal plug-in, which I use to touch up my vocal tracks. If I create just a single V-Vocal clip, everything is fine, but once I create a second one (on another track, such as a vocal harmony track) everything goes sour. The whole thing gets filled with static and both tracks can be heard even if one of them is muted. I've tested both tracks separately and this does not happen, only when I try to use V-Vocal simultaneously on multiple tracks.

Google has been of no help and I'm just about at the end of my rope. If I can't figure out what's going on I'm gonna have to come up with some pretty annoying workarounds.

Hopefully I'm in the right place, this is the only site I could think of to look for help because Cakewalk has non-existent support.

I've been using Sonar X2 for reording and mixing but I'm having some trouble when it comes to the Roland V-Vocal plug-in, which I use to touch up my vocal tracks. If I create just a single V-Vocal clip, everything is fine, but once I create a second one (on another track, such as a vocal harmony track) everything goes sour. The whole thing gets filled with static and both tracks can be heard even if one of them is muted. I've tested both tracks separately and this does not happen, only when I try to use V-Vocal simultaneously on multiple tracks.

Google has been of no help and I'm just about at the end of my rope. If I can't figure out what's going on I'm gonna have to come up with some pretty annoying workarounds.

EDIT 9-Nov-16:

I've since upgraded to Sonar Platinum, in which they have replaced V-Vocal with Melodyne. Since I had V-Vocal installed from X2, it was available for use in Platinum, so I tried it. I get the same exact problem. So just for the record: it is a problem with V-Vocal, not with Sonar.

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Multiple V-Vocal Clips in Sonar X2

Hopefully I'm in the right place, this is the only site I could think of to look for help because Cakewalk has non-existent support.

I've been using Sonar X2 for reording and mixing but I'm having some trouble when it comes to the Roland V-Vocal plug-in, which I use to touch up my vocal tracks. If I create just a single V-Vocal clip, everything is fine, but once I create a second one (on another track, such as a vocal harmony track) everything goes sour. The whole thing gets filled with static and both tracks can be heard even if one of them is muted. I've tested both tracks separately and this does not happen, only when I try to use V-Vocal simultaneously on multiple tracks.

Google has been of no help and I'm just about at the end of my rope. If I can't figure out what's going on I'm gonna have to come up with some pretty annoying workarounds.