The Basics-Part 1-Editing Vocals In Cakewalk Sonar

www.BuyProSound.net http www.DannyJonLine.com This video shows you how to copy and paste background vocals in Cakewalk Sonar, so you don’t need to re-sing them for each Chorus. It also deals with adding reverb, compression, EQ, and other effects to enhance vocals. You will also learn what different buttons and proceedures are as we go through this vocal session. For more videos, go to www.DannyJonLine.com, and www.BuyProSound.net

Author: cdig2000
Duration: 377
Published: 2011-01-20 17:16:48
The Basics-Part 1-Editing Vocals In Cakewalk Sonar

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