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Share & Archive Your Sonar Projects

Cakewalk Sonar Tips & Techniques
Published March 2017
By Craig Anderton

The top five channels were exported as Tracks, and the bottom five tracks show what they look like after being imported — they all extend from the beginning to the end of the project.The top five channels were exported as Tracks, and the bottom five tracks show what they look like after being imported — they all extend from the beginning to the end of the project.

Share and archive your projects with Sonar’s extensive exporting options. Here's how...

Sonar offers multiple ways of exporting files, and many options for determining exactly how they’re exported. It’s important to choose what’s best for your needs — so let’s take a deep dive.

We’ll start with the process of exporting audio files so that they can be used by a non-Sonar User. This is the most universal export option — you can even open the files on an Atari ST. The trade-off is that this often uses the most memory for storage, because Sonar intelligently exports all tracks starting from 0:00:00 — even if there was no audio recorded until later. The recipient can simply start all the files at the same time, and they’ll sync...

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Published March 2017