Sonar?

Discussion in 'Sequencing Hardware' started by Lem0ns, Jun 18, 2002.

  1. Lem0ns

    Lem0ns New Member

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    What are your thoughts on Cakewalk Sonar?
  2. shorts

    shorts Member

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    Soanar 2 Is pretty damn good!!!

    I have switched to it from Logic 5...
  3. lostdave

    lostdave 'EVIL' Mod

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    i wen't from pro audio 8 to sonar 1.31 then the sonar 2.
    some very cool plug ins...soft synths are cool(less MIDI hardware now :) ). If you are into loop creation and real-time audio etc, it is brilliant.

    Dave
  4. theARTiSAN

    theARTiSAN Administrator Staff Member Super Mod

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    Sonar and Pro by Cakewalk are (almost) all I ever need to use.
    Love 'em!
  5. cbeitzel

    cbeitzel New Member

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    I just finished an album using sonar 2. I can clean up bad audio sound effects, descratch old records, model bad microphones to sound like good ones. I use t-racks 24 to do the final mastering. Oh and the BBE directX plugin is awesome. I can virtually take my computer and the D-A usb patch bay (M-audio) with some mikes to a clients house to record audio. As for midi I use a roland XV 3080 module that loops stright into SONAR to record what ever else I need.
    Cheers

    Chris
  6. midi_finder916

    midi_finder916 New Member

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    Cakewalk sonar is one of the best midi squenceer around. I just made and sequence alot of songs with this program.

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