Get the visual feedback you need with custom metering in Sonar.
Save time and effort with these power-user techniques for Sonar.
Use Sonar's editing tools to tighten up your guitar solos.
Use Sonar X3's Take Lanes feature to build up multi-layered performances.
Recreating tape‑speed effects in Sonar X3.
Get creative with sends and buses in Sonar X3.
Craig Anderton explains his approach to creating a perfect cover version.
Find what you're looking for faster with Sonar X3's new Browser.
Use Melodyne Essential, included in Sonar X3 Studio and Producer, to turn your audio into MIDI.
As well as improving Sonar itself, Cakewalk have brought in some heavy-hitting third-party content. Does X3 have what it takes to tempt buyers away from other recording software?
Migrating Your Plug-ins & Settings To Sonar X3.
Craft the perfect take using Sonar X3's new Track Lanes.
Use Sonar X2's bundled tools to master your mix.
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Sonar's R-Mix VST plug-in is a DAW-optimised version of Roland's R-Mix software, which isolates audio based on frequency range and stereo positioning
Create new and unusual effects with Sonar X2's Breverb Plug-in.
Don’t save Sonar X2’s TH2 Producer amp-sim just for guitars: drums, synths and vocals can all benefit too.
Find out how to make Sonar X2’s Console Emulator plug-in work for you.
Optimise your vocal tracks in Sonar X2 before you start mixing.
Sonar X2 replaces Track Layers with Take Lanes, which come with far more flexibility...
Cakewalk’s programmers seem to be constantly pedalling the upgrade cycle! We find out what’s new and exciting in the latest Sonar X2...
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