Learn how you can use this songwriting software to help you in your music productions. Here is a comprehensive walk through of Cakewalk’s SONAR X2 with Brandon Ryan and Seth Perlstein. Watch and learn the many features that will help you with your audio production.
Smart Grid which automatically adjusts its snap and grid resolution based on zoom level.
ProChannel FX Chains to create a single powerful more effects processor that are easily customizable
R-MIX SONAR allows you to perform audio fixing or creatively generate new sounds
Breverb SONAR allows you to add high caliber reverb to your audio productions
the Console Emulator module emulates some analog console characteristics. Analog circuitry has subtle distortions that accumulate in the signal path,
- Unlimited audio & MIDI tracks
- Enhanced award winning Skylight interface
- Seamless usability & workflow
- REVERB SONAR VST and REVERB SONAR ProChannel module
- 59 audio and MIDI effects
by Dan Gonzalez Optimizing vocals with DSP Craig Anderton brings you on a DSP-inspired journey through all the different ways in which you can get your vocals processed and finalized. Various topics i ...
Source: Calkwalk News - December 16
by Dan Gonzalez 14 Tips for Guitars Before Entering the Studio Entering the studio can be a stressful task if it is your first time. Here at Cakewalk we’ve outlined a few things that every guitarist ...
Source: Calkwalk News - December 15
by Dan Gonzalez Free Quick Kit Project Templates for SONAR X3 Users Yes, we’re bringing back the freebie post from last December. Our Free Quick Kit Project Templates made a big splash wi ...
Source: Calkwalk News - December 09
by Dan Gonzalez In the past 3 articles we have looked at basic tools for drum editing as well as identifying, splitting, cropping, and aligning clips. All of these techniques can be followed pretty ac ...
Source: Calkwalk News - November 26
By Craig Anderton There are plenty of places in SONAR where you can process the audio signal, but you need to know how to choose the right one. What’s an “insert” effect? Don’t you always “i ...
Source: Calkwalk News - November 25