Found an issue with the "Songs" list in the set list editor for V1.13.13

I have a list of 40 to 50 songs loaded into VL and notice something strange in the “Songs” list (the middle column) of the Set List Editor. Many of the songs are appearing twice in the list. It’s not like I loaded the same Cubase project twice - the song names were just duplicated - strange thing is that this does not happen for all the songs - upon a quick glance, it seems that the songs that are problems are in one of my three set lists. I’ll play with this some more to see if I can figure out how to reproduce the issue, but right not, I’m getting ready for a show
Let me know if I can answer any questions on this issue.

Hi @ericwentz,

do you think it is possible to send me the *vlprj file? Then we could jump directly to the problem. Use a PM or send me a mail (m.spork (at)


Hey Michael,

Sorry, sometimes I’m an idiot. Here’s a link to those files on my google drive: - Google Drive
Hope this gets thru to you.


@ericwentz, we finally could download your project. We need some time to analyse the problem. Please be patient.


I loaded your project and see “I feel lucky” twice. I save a new version “test”, exit, start over and load “test” and the duplicates are gone. Does that work for you?
There used to be a problem when you would duplicate or copy/paste a Song, but it should have been solved meanwhile…but maybe you can check for that as well. What is certain is that these are two different Songs - well, they may be duplicates but they have a different ID - even if they have the same name.

I followed your instructions and all the duplicates went away in the “test” version. I have not duplicated or performed cut/paste on any songs. So, I guess I’m not really sure how the duplicates happened in the first place. I’m willing to do more testing if you need it.

BTW, I also found something strange in the “mixer” section. It seems that when I load a Cubase project into VL, all the tracks come in with their level set to +3.96db. To me, I’d think that they should be loaded at zero - curious…