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cakewalk products timeline (reference from 90s-present)
« on: December 06, 2014, 10:18:37 PM »
http://web.archive.org/web/20080211085513/http://www.cakewalknet.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=category&sectionid=9&id=61&Itemid=70

ive done my best here to put this together from information from alot of different sources some facts may be incorrect but for the most part ive thoroughly checked the dates + info as best as possible with sparse info available



timeline divided into 3 parts;
1) DOS
2) Windows 3.1 (16bit)
3) XP (32bit)

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DOS Applications
1987 cakewalk Professional 1.0 for DOS
1988 cakewalk Professional 2.0 for DOS
1989 cakewalk Professional 3.0 for DOS
1991 cakewalk 4.0 for DOS
1992 cakewalk 4.0e for dos
1994 cakewalk 5.0 for DOS

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Windows (16bit) Applications
1991 ................ ................ cakewalk professional 1.x for windows 3.0
1993 ................ ................ cakewalk professional 2.x for windows 3.1
1994 ................ ................ cakewalk professional 3.x for windows 3.1
1996 ................ ................ cakewalk pro audio 4.x (windows 95?)
1996 ................ ................ cakewalk pro audio 5.x (windows 95?)
1997   ................ ................ cakewalk pro audio 6
1998   ................ ................ cakewalk pro audio 7 (jun 1998)
1998   cakewalk metro 4
1998   ................ ................ cakewalk pro audio 8
1999   ................ ................ cakewalk professional 8
1999   ................ ................ cakewalk pro audio 9

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Windows (32bit) Applications
2001   cakewalk sonar v1
2002   cakewalk sonar v2
2002   cakewalk plasma
2003   cakewalk sonar 3 producer edition
2003   home studio 2004
2004   cakewalk sonar 4 producer edition
2005   cakewalk sonar 5
2006   cakewalk sonar 6
2006   Music Creator 3
2007   cakewalk sonar Home Studio 6
2007   cakewalk sonar Home Studio 6 XL
2007   cakewalk sonar 7 Producer Edition
2007   Music Creator 4
2009   cakewalk sonar 8 producer / sonar 8 studio
2009   Music Creator 5
2010   cakewalk sonar 8.5
2010   cakewalk sonar X1
2012   cakewalk sonar X2
2013   cakewalk sonar X3

if u see anything missing please post below thanks

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Highlights in Cakewalk Professional 1 for DOS :

    Breaks the 16 Midi channel limit
    Sync to SMPT
    Build playlists of up to 128 Cakewalk songs with Cakewalk Live!
    Sound Globs gives you unheard-of command over musical structures

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Cakewalk Professional 2.0 for DOS    Print    E-mail

Cakewalk professional 2.0 for DOS. Magazine ad (scan by Dan Poulsen)
Magazine ad (scan by Dan Poulsen)

Highlights in Cakewalk Professional 2 for DOS :

    256 tracks with real-time mute, and pitch& velocity transposition
    Complete editing power : Cut, Copy, Paste, Quantize, Retrograde, Interpolate, Length, Pitch-transpose, Tempo-fill, Event filters, and more!
    Many views of your work!
    Step-entry recording with auto-advance!
    Complete MIDI synchronisation with Chase/Slave mode!
    DOS Shell!
    Pull-down menus, shortcuts keys, and windows!
    Microsoft-compatible mouse support
    Context-sensitive, online help system with over 100 topics
    Configurable screen colors/atributes
    Harware requirements : IBM PC/XT/AT with 384K and 2 disk drives. CGA, MDA, Hercules, EGA, or VGA display adapter, ROLAND MPU-401 or compatible MIDI interface. At least one midi keyboard or other instrument.

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Highlights in Cakewalk Professional 2 for Windows :

    Play list view for live performance
    48 assignable faders (16 sliders, 32knobs)
    Real-time editing
    Remote Control from MIDI keyboard
    "Hot Keys" macros
    Loop Record
    Punch record on the fly
    Big Time display

 

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Highlights in Cakewalk Professional 3 :

    Percussion Editing
    MIDI Machine Control
    Enhanced Swing Quantizing
    Printing Up to 24 Staves per Page
    Expanded Instrument Definitions
    Bank Select
    256 tracks
    Rock solid SMPTE/MTC
    Custom programming language with macro recorder
    MIDI remote control
    system exclusive librarian and event filters

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Highlights in Cakewalk Pro Audio 6 :

    Cakewalk StudioWare for Desktop Control of Studio Hardware
    CFX Cakewalk Audio Effects Processing for Reverb, Flange, Chorus, EQ, Delay/Echo
    Time Compression and Expension
    Pitch Shifting with formant-preserving Option
    Change Effects in Real-timeDuring Playback
    Pre-Programmed and Custom Effects Presets
    Support for Microsoft Direct X Audio Plug Ins
    Pitch-to-MIDI Conversion
    Variable Sampling rates up to 48 khz
    Improved Pattern-Based Sequencing
    Enhanced MIDI and Audio Editing
    Percussion Notation
    Realtime Markers

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Highlights in Cakewalk 9 :

    WavePipe™ technology for faster audio effects processing, mixing and track playback on Windows audio cards.
    Export audio to MP3, RealSystem G2, and Windows Media Advanced Streaming Format for delivering music and sound on the Internet. Includes the patented Fraunhofer MP3 Encoder technology.
    Advanced support for professional audio cards using AudioX technology. AudioX-compatible cards
    include the Yamaha DSP Factory, Sonorous STUDI/O, Digital Audio Labs CardDeluxe, and others.
    Analog-tape style audio scrubbing for smooth, accurate queuing and auditioning of audio tracks.
    Enhanced mixdown options for bouncing audio tracks and mastering to stereo, mono, and dual mono wave file formats at variable bit depths.
    Guitar tablature editing and printing with synchronized, real-time fretboard display.
    AmpSim Lite audio plug-in for adding vintage amp simulation to digital audio tracks.
    Chromatic Tuner display for tuning guitars or other instruments through a PC audio card.
    System meters provide real-time visual feedback over CPU and disk activity to monitor system capabilities.
    All-new, context-sensitive, searchable online help system.
    Over thirty other usability enhancements, including global mute/solo/record, enhanced MIDI patch browsing and organizing, drag-and-drop enhancements, MIDI and audio effects presets, and others.

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Highlights in SONAR v1 :

    Unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks.
    Fully automatable DirectX™ 8 audio effects.
    Integrated DXi software synthesizers from Applied Acoustics Systems, Audio Simulation, EDIROL, and Live Update.
    Advanced audio loop construction tools.
    Ergonomic interface design for improved creative workflow.
    WDM Kernel Streaming for more simultaneous audio tracks and real-time effects, faster audio processing and mixing, and lowest-latency DXi software synthesizers.
    Optimzed for Windows 2000/Me, using Microsoft WDM™-compatible audio cards.
    Live input monitoring of real-time effects.
    World-class meters with options for peak, RMS, peak and RMS, pre-fader, post-fader, and pre-fader post-effects metering.
    24-bit/96 kHz audio hardware support.
    Frame-accurate SMPTE synchronization to film and video with variable frame rates; auto-detection of incoming timecode.
    Import and sync .AVI movies to audio tracks. Export video and audio to .AVI.
    Non-destructive editing and advanced graphical envelope automation of audio and MIDI.
    Full notation of MIDI tracks with guitar tablature, chord libraries, and fretboard display.
    Real-time MIDI FX plug-ins for non-destructive MIDI editing and mixing.
    Remote control of parameters via MIDI.
    Internal MIDI precision of 960 PPQN for rock-solid synchronization, and recording and editing accuracy.
    Dual-monitor support for expanded access and control of the SONAR production environment.
    Import multiple audio formats: .WAV, ACID loops, Apple AIFF (.AIF), Windows Active Streaming (.ASF), Next/SUN (.AU, .SND) and MPEG (MP2, MP3, MPG, MPEG) audio files. Export to .wav to burn to CDs.
    Encode audio to MP3, RealSystem G2, and Windows Media Advanced Streaming Format for delivering audio on the Internet. (Includes trial version of Fraunhofer MP3 encoder).
    Multi-processor support.

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Highlights in SONAR v1.31 :

    Dual Mode Gain and Pan Controls - Allows mix to be adjusted independently from envelopes.
    Envelope Scaling options - Provides the option to view envelopes on a percentage scale (like clip envelopes in Pro Audio 9), so that zero dB is located at the vertical center of the track. When the Global option is disabled, the envelopes will be displayed against the track gain taper (+6 to -INF), so that zero dB is located about 2/3 up from the bottom of the track (like SONAR 1.0.x).
    Smoother Mixing via Envelopes - Eliminates Gapping or Pausing for mix adjustments so envelope changes and their results are audible without any disruption to the audio signal.
    Slow and fast curves for clip fades and crossfades - Provides for the following new clip fade in/out and crossfade curve types: linear, slow, fast and all crossfade combinations of the three. Users can set the default curves from the track view toolbar, or change them individually by right-clicking the shapes in the clips pane.
    Per Track Audio Scaling - Audio track data can be scaled for easier editing of quiet audio data. Scale is displayed in track/clip pane splitter bar. Scale can be adjusted on a track-by-track basis or globally using the zoom tool and the mouse or shortcut keys (see online help for complete list).
    View Toolbar - A set of show/hide and fit commands to make editing easier and faster from within the track view. Commands include Fit tracks, Fit project, Show only selected, Hide, etc.
    Scissors Tool - The popular audio view tool from Pro Audio 9 is now available from the track view (toolbar) that provides single click (and click and drag) clip splitting via the mouse.
    Toolbar changes - Toolbar completely redesigned for easier access to the most important tools.
    New File Formats - Will decrease file size and load times.
    Reduce Memory allocations for filter graph and improved streaming performance.
    Online Registration link from within application.
    MIDI latency adjustment
    Updated LiveSynth
    Extract Timing from audio clips
    Many new keyboard shortcuts

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Highlights in SONAR v2.0 and 2.1:

    Support for OMFI and Broadcast Wave files provides cross-platform compatibility with OMFI host applications such as Pro Tools, Avid and Logic systems.
    CYCLONE DXi 16-part groove sampler
    Dedicated support for the Mackie Control, Radikal SAC-2.2, CM Labs MotorMix and Tascam US-428, plus a Global Control panel with learn-mode to quickly integrate any MIDI-compatible control surface
    Multi-port drum editing with grid & pattern based enhancements and custom drum mapping
    Enhanced soft synth integration: Synth Rack, multi-output synths, DXi 2.0 support, more
    ReWire 2.0 support: integrate Project5, Reason, ReBirth and other ReWire-compatible synths with SONAR
    Advanced project management: easy-to-use file management tools, per-project audio folders, intelligent file naming, more
    Yamaha OPT Panels Support
    Windows Media 9 audio export support, providing unmatched audio quality with the latest audio streaming technology available for distributing music over the internet.
    Export ACID-format WAV files for use in other projects and application
    MMC support, SONAR can now respond to MMC messages.
    Dedicated support for 29.97 SMPTE/MTC timecode.
    Trim, offset, and preview mode render option for AVI, MPEG and QuickTime digital video files.
    New Cyclone DXi features including snap to grid with assignable resolution, slice preview.
    Accept and record universal SYSX messages (MIDI real-time messages).
    Improved handling of slip-edited MIDI clips.
    Event Properties Inspector toolbar.
    New key bindings for frequently accessed commands.
    Additional functionality enhancements including past SONAR and third party plug-in updates for Radikal SAC-2.2, CM Labs MotorMix, and ReWire support.

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Sonar 2.2 with Mackie control surface

Highlights in SONAR v2.2 :

    Support for ASIO compatible Windows hardware including the Digi 001™, Digi 002™, Mbox™, and Pro Tools | HD™.

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Highlights in SONAR Studio & Producer v3.0

    Redesigned user interface
    Cutting edge mixing environment
    Dynamic Console view
    Universal Bus Architecture
    Support for VST effects & instruments through included Cakewalk VST Adapter
    Advanced MIDI routing & synth layering
    Confidence recording of audio, MIDI, and automation
    Track Inspector - optional vertical patch point and meter in Track view
    Patch effects, trim audio, and roll out loops without disrupting the audio stream
    MIDI Groove Clips
    Multi-port MTC and MIDI sync transmission
    Full control over color schemes with multiple presets
    Per-channel integrated Ultrafunk EQ (Producer only)
    Assignable effect controls (Producer only)
    Ultrafunk Sonitus suite of plug-ins (Producer only)
    VSampler 3.0 DXi (Producer only)
    Lexicon Pantheon DX reverb (Producer only, Studio Edition will have a different version of this plug-in, with fewer parameter controls)

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Highlights in SONAR Studio & Producer v3.1.1

    Multi-processor optimization and support for Hyperthreading
    Support for any sample rate, with presets for most common sample rates
    High-quality sample rate conversion when importing and exporting audio
    Placeholders for missing plug-ins
    Adjustable EQ plot resolution
    Play List view has been restored to SONAR 3
    Enhanced Control Surface implementation

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Highlights in SONAR Studio & Producer v4.0

    Track Folders with the ability to edit the Track Folder Composite Clip
    Loop record into layers or individual tracks
    Enhanced comping and editing features: nudge, clip muting, partial-clip muting, auto-crop tool with cross-fade mode, audition selection, isolate
    Group editing (simultaneous multi-clip): slip edits, loop-rolling, fade drawing
    Loop construction enhancements: slice-based envelope control of gain, pitch, pan; slice preview; auto-loop
    Freeze tracks, effects, and synths; edit, arrange, and convert frozen data into groove clips; unload samplers from memory
    Scalable Navigator view to quickly navigate and size viewable area of projects
    Configurable Pan law (six stereo panning laws supported)
    Professional Metering (peak, RMS, peak and RMS, pre-fader, post-fader, and pre-fader post effects) with configurable ballistics
    Key Binding enhancements: presets; templates to mimic keyboard assignments of other DAW programs
    TTS-1 multitimbral, multi-out GM2 synthesizer with authentic Roland® sounds
    Full control over file export parameters, now with useful and customizable presets
    Windows Media Audio 9 (WMA), WMA9 Pro 5.1, and WMA9 lossless encoding and decoding
    Open support for external command-line encoders: surround, LAME, Ogg Vorbis, Monkey's Audio, etc.
    Supports QuickTime, Windows Media Video with 5.1 Surround Sound, and AVI with 5.1 Surround Sound
    Busable Audio Metronome
    Full-control over color settings
    Optimized audio engine performance
    Export buses and tracks into a composite mixdown, or as individual files
    ... over 100 in total new features !

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Version 4.0.3 highlights :

    Audio engine optimization to improve performance during playback while copying, moving, nudging, splitting and slip-editing clips; moving events in the Piano Roll view; inserting/deleting effects (including delay-compensated effects); enabling/disabling looping; moving the Now Time (in projects without video); inserting/deleting new tracks or buses that route to existing audio ports; enabling/disabling a send on a track or bus that routes to an existing audio port; opening the GUI of an inserted VST plug-in. Additionally, the audio engine has been optimized to withstand heavy CPU loads without drop-outs.
    The default auto-punch behavior has been modified to automatically mute previous takes when punch recording audio or MIDI to the same track using Sound-on-Sound (Blend) mode; this behavior can be changed to not mute previous takes.
    Set Timecode at "Now Time" command has been added to the Transport menu providing a fast and easy way to sync an audio score to external video.

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Highlights in SONAR 5 :

    PSYN™ II subtractive synth, Pentagon™ I vintage analog synth, Roland® GrooveSynth™, SFZ SoundFont sampler, RXP ™ REX Player groove box
    Additional instruments include TTS-1™, Cyclone™, and DreamStation™
    Perfect Space™ Convolution Reverb
    Additional effects include Lexicon® Pantheon™ Reverb, Sonitus:fx Suite (10 effects), many more
    Updated MIDI FX plug-ins
    Integrated inline audio and MIDI editing, arranging, and mixing all in one view
    Envelope automation drawing enhanced with tempo-sync patterns, freehand, more
    Object-oriented clip-based effects and editing including per-clip effects bin, clip-based effect automation, and more
    BitBridge™ enables 32-bit VST effects and instruments in SONAR’s 64-bit environment
    Remove DC offset during recording
    Dynamic Console View with per-channel EQ and assignable FX controls
    Freeze for tracks, effects, and synths—unloads plug-ins, frees RAM, frozen audio is editable, Quick Unfreeze allows for toggling, more
    SurroundBridge™—use your favorite stereo effect plug-ins in surround
    Advanced step recording
    Edit and print traditional staff notation
    Professional Project File Management Tools: manage large projects effectively with Navigator Pane and Track Folders; per project audio directories; consolidate project files for fast backup; search for associated files; more
    Video output to 1394 FireWire devices for high quality viewing with lower CPU and disk usage
    Sync to and send SMPTE/MTC for scoring external video
    OMFI & Broadcast Wave import/export for collaboration with Digital Performer, Logic, Nuendo, and Pro Tools studios
    Import formats: AIF, ASF, AU, AVI (with stereo or 5.1 audio), Broadcast Wave, MIDI, MP2, MP3, MPEG, MPG, OMFI, QuickTime 6, SND, WAV (including 32-bit float files), Windows Media Audio 9 (WMA), WMA9 Pro 5.1, WMA9 lossless, Windows Media Video, proprietary Cakewalk formats (.bun, .cwb, .cwp, .wrk)
    Export: WAV (including 32-bit float files), ACID™-format WAV, Broadcast Wave, AVI (with stereo or 5.1 audio), OMFI, MIDI, MP3 (30-day trial encoder), QuickTime 6, Windows Media Audio 9 (WMA), WMA9 Pro 5.1, WMA9 lossless, Windows Media Video (with stereo or 5.1 audio), and proprietary Cakewalk formats (.cwb, .cwp); other audio formats supported via external command line encoders

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Re: cakewalk products timeline (reference from 90s-present)
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2016, 01:07:58 PM »
Great vid link! Especially since Jan Hammer is one of my FAVs THANX!!!

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Re: cakewalk products timeline (reference from 90s-present)
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2017, 11:57:55 PM »
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;; CAKEWALK.SXT (Cakewalk system exclusive Dump Request Macro file)
;;
;; Cakewalk and this file syntax are Copyright (C) 1987, 1988, 1989 by
;; Greg Hendershott.  All rights reserved.
;;
;;
;; This file is loaded and "compiled" by Cakewalk when it starts.  If
;; there are any syntax errors, they are reported and Cakewalk exits.
;;
;; Lines with a semicolon (;) in the first column are ignored.  You
;; may use them for comments.
;;
;; Each Dump Request Macro must be one a single line.  Each line must be
;; of the format:
;;
;;       "<name>" [/<from> <thru>/] F0 <data> <F7>
;;
;;  <name> is up to 35 characters enclosed in quotes.  Appears in Cakewalk
;;  menu.  You may want to follow our "ellipses" convention:  If your request
;;  macro will require the user to input something, place "..." after
;;  the name.  E.g., "FB-01 Configuration...".
;;
;;  /<from> <thru>/ is an optional looping command.  A counter will be
;;  incremented from <from> thru <thru>, where <from> and <thru> are in
;;  decimal.  <thru> must be >= <from>.  On each loop, the following <data>
;;  bytes will be sent.  If you need the value of the loop counter in the
;;  <data> bytes, insert an FFh at that point.  It will be replaced with
;;  the loop counter value.  (See more below).
;;
;;  <data> is any series of bytes notated in hexadecimal.
;;
;; Note that normal MIDI data bytes must have the high bit clear: i.e.,
;; must be < 128d, 80h.  Since values >= 128 can never be part of a System
;; Exclusive message, we can use some of them as special "opcodes"....
;;
;; OPCODES:  Special <data> values that are not sent:
;;
;;  FC : Arithmetic-OR of next two bytes.  The next two bytes or results
;;       of opcodes are OR'd together and the result is sent.
;;  FD : Prompt user to "Input Channel/Unit"; send what they input.
;;  FE : Prompt user to "Input Patch Number"; send what they input.
;;  FF : Send loop counter value.  This counter is incremented each time
;;       through the loop.  If no loop was specified, this sends a 0.
;;
;;
;; --WRITING YOUR OWN DUMP REQUEST MACROS--
;; Many of the Dump Request Macros below have comments.  Study them for
;; examples of how to construct your own for synths not in this list.  You
;; will need to use the MIDI Implementation Chart in your synthesizer
;; manual to obtain the required message format.  Hint: When the manual
;; notates a value as, for instance, 1110bbbb, where "bbbb" is a value that
;; can vary, you should take this as clue to use a user-input opcode to
;; supply the value.  If bbbb is the patch number, then you should use
;; the FE opcode to let the user decide which patch she wants to dump.
;;
;; Please share your work with us, so we can share it with other users
;; of your synthesizer!
;;


;;========================================
;; Casio

;; CZ-1000
;;
;; Courtesy of Steve Quinlan.
;;
"CZ-1000 Current voice-Chan 1"   F0 44 00 00 70 10 60 71 31 F7
"CZ-1000 Current voice-Chan 2"   F0 44 00 00 71 10 60 71 31 F7


;;========================================
;; Ensoniq

;; ESQ-1
;;
;; Courtesy of Mark Moulding.
;;
"Ensoniq ESQ-1 Current Prog"   F0 0F 02 FD 09 F7
"Ensoniq ESQ-1 All Programs"   F0 0F 02 FD 0A F7
;;                ^^
;;                System Channel number


;;========================================
;; Kawai

;; Kawai K1/K1m
;;
;; General model:
;;  F0 40 FD 0F 00 03 s1 s2 F7
;;
;; 40 = Kawai ID
;; FD = prompt for system channel number
;; 0F = function number (00 = 1 patch, 01 = 1 block)
;; 00 = synthesizer group
;; 03 = K1/K1m ID number
;; s1 = sub command 1
;; s2 = sub command 2 (FE = prompt for patch number)
;;

"Kawai K1 1 Int Patch..."      F0 40 FD 00 00 03 00 FE F7
"Kawai K1 1 Ext Patch..."      F0 40 FD 00 00 03 01 FE F7
"Kawai K1 All Int Single I,E..."   F0 40 FD 01 00 03 00 00 F7
"Kawai K1 All Int Single i,e..."   F0 40 FD 01 00 03 00 20 F7
"Kawai K1 All Int Multi..."      F0 40 FD 01 00 03 00 40 F7
"Kawai K1 All Ext Single I,E..."   F0 40 FD 01 00 03 01 00 F7
"Kawai K1 All Ext Single i,e..."   F0 40 FD 01 00 03 01 20 F7
"Kawai K1 All Ext Multi..."      F0 40 FD 01 00 03 01 40 F7

;;========================================
;; Korg

;; DS-8
;;
;; Courtesy of Peter Glass.
;;
"Korg DS-8 Voice..."      F0 42 FC 30 FD 13 10 F7
"Korg DS-8 All Voice..."   F0 42 FC 30 FD 13 1C F7
"Korg DS-8 Combin..."      F0 42 FC 30 FD 13 19 F7
"Korg DS-8 All Combin..."   F0 42 FC 30 FD 13 1D F7

;; M-1
;;
;; Courtesy of Ozzie B. Bostic (with revisions by Pete Halliday).
;;
;; Note that when selecting one program or combination make sure that
;; combination mode is selected for combination dump and program mode
;; is selected for program dump on the M1.
;;
;; Also, make certain that the program or combination you want to dump
;; is selected before you execute dump request.
;;
"Korg M1 All Programs"         F0 42 FC 30 FD 19 1C 00 F7
"Korg M1 All Combinations"      F0 42 FC 30 FD 19 1D 00 F7
"Korg M1 All Data(prg,comb,glo,seq)"   F0 42 FC 30 FD 19 0F 00 F7
"Korg M1 Current Program"      F0 42 FC 30 FD 19 10 F7
"Korg M1 Current Combination"      F0 42 FC 30 FD 19 19 F7

;;========================================
;; Oberheim

;; Matrix 6
;;
"Oberheim Matrix 6 All"             F0 10 06 04 0  0 F7
"Oberheim Matrix 6 Single Patch..." F0 10 06 04 1 FD F7
"Oberheim Matrix 6 Split Patch..."  F0 10 06 04 2 FD F7
"Oberheim Matrix 6 Master Params"   F0 10 06 04 3  0 F7

;;========================================
;;  Roland

;; MT-32
;;
;; General model:
;;   F0 41 FD 16 11 addrMSB addr addrLSB sizeMSB size sizeLSB sum F7
;;
;; 41 = Roland ID
;; FD = prompt for system channel number
;; 16 = MT-32 ID
;; 11 = Request command
;;
;; The checksum should be such that sum of it and the address and size
;; bytes has the lower seven bits = 0.
;;
;;                                             Address  Size     Sum
;;                                             -------- -------- --
"Roland MT-32 System Area..."   F0 41 FD 16 11 10 00 00 00 00 17 59 F7
"Roland MT-32 Patch Memory..."  F0 41 FD 16 11 05 00 00 03 00 00 78 F7
"Roland MT-32 Timbre Memory..." F0 41 FD 16 11 08 00 00 02 00 00 76 F7

;; D-50
;;
;; Courtesy of Steve Quinlan.
;;
;;                      Address  Size     Sum
;;                      -------- -------- --
"Roland D-50 Current Patch"   F0 41 FD 14 11 00 00 00 00 04 00 7C F7
"Roland D-50 Bulk Dump"      F0 41 00 14 41 00 00 00 00 03 00 6D F7

;;========================================
;;  Sequential

;; Six-Trak
;;
"Sequential Six-Trak 1 Patch..."           F0 01 00 FE F7
;;                                                  ^^
;; Note the "Input Patch" opcode in the previous example.  The number
;; the user enters is used for the byte specifying which patch to dump.
;;
"Sequential Six-Trak 100 Patches" /0 99/   F0 01 00 FF F7
;;                                ^^^^^^            ^^
;; Note the loop in the previous example.  The Six-Trak has no request
;; to dump all 100 patches, so we loop from 0 to 99 with the loop counter
;; value used as the patch number.

;; Max
;;
"Sequential Max 1 Patch..."                F0 01 00 FE F7
"Sequential Max 100 Patches" /0 99/        F0 01 00 FF F7

;; Multi-Trak
;;
"Sequential Multi-Trak 1 Patch..."         F0 01 00 FE F7
"Sequential Multi-Trak All Patches"        F0 01 00 64 F7


;;========================================
;;  Yamaha

;; FB-01
;;
"Yamaha FB-01 Voice Bank..."      F0 43 75 FD 20 00 FE F7
"Yamaha FB-01 Current Config..."   F0 43 75 FD 20 01 00 F7
"Yamaha FB-01 Config #..."      F0 43 75 FD 20 02 FE F7
"Yamaha FB-01 All Configs..."      F0 43 75 FD 20 03 00 F7
"Yamaha FB-01 Instr. Voice..."      F0 43 75 FD FC 28 FE 00 00 F7
;;                      ^^^^^^^^
;; Note the OR opcode in the previous example. The FB-01 wants the
;; voice number sent in the form 00101vvv, where vvv is 0..7.  We need
;; to prompt the user for which voice to request.  So, we use the sequence
;;
;;  FC 28 FE
;;
;; FC is the OR opcode, which OR's the following two bytes and send the
;;    result as one byte.
;; 28 is hex for the 00101vvv bit pattern, with vvv = 0.
;; FE is the "Input Patch" opcode.
;;

;; DX100
;;
;; Courtesy of Steve Quinlan.
;;
"DX100 Internal Voice Bank ch2"      F0 43 21 04 F7
"DX100 Single Voice Channel 2"      F0 43 21 03 F7

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Re: cakewalk products timeline (reference from 90s-present)
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2017, 08:39:46 AM »
There is also the 2009? Sonar VS edition which came with the Roland V-100 controller/recorder. It's basically a cut down version of Sonar 8. There is a update for it in 2010 or something v1.04 which makes the controller and software good with win7. Otherwise it works perfectly in WinXP.