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Overview Songwriting Software Calkwalk SONAR X2 – Digital Audio Workstation

February 20th, 2013 by


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. (more…)

Cakewalk Sonar X2 Producer

February 5th, 2013 by

Cakewalk Sonar X2 Producer songwriting software

Cakewalk Sonar X2 Producer is a digital audio workstation made by Cakewalk for recording, editing, mixing, mastering and outputting audio. It has recently been acquired by Roland.

Professional Recording, Mixing, and Mastering

From getting a great tone to releasing the final mix, today’s musicians must master every element of the music production process. SONAR X2 is there every step of the way and takes each element to the next level of power and usability. And thanks to the revolutionary Skylight user interface, SONAR X2 lets you move seamlessly among the elements, instantly going from recording to editing to mixing and back again. Dial up the perfect synth sound with Rapture or a searing guitar tone with TH2 Producer. Record it, tighten it, chop it, and drop it in the Matrix for real time triggering. Shape it with the expandable ProChannel. Warm it with the new Console Emulator. And do it all with a single Smart Tool. (more…)

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    Here’s a tip in regards to the compilation CD. Try to pick songs that effectively demonstrate the depth and breadth of your abilities. In other words, don’t have all songs at the same tempo or in the same key. The greater range of songs that you show you are capable of creating, the greater your chances of getting the phone call that offers you work.