Sonar X1 offers a very different user interface experience to previous versions — so here's a guide to the new GUI.
Sonar X1's ProChannel offers two different compressor types, both modelled on famous classic hardware.
Migrating Your Plug-ins & Settings To Sonar X3.
Craft the perfect take using Sonar X3's new Track Lanes.
Sonar X1 screensets dynamically adapt to your project as you work. Find out why this matters, and how you can take advantage of it.
Why settle for harsh amp-simulator tones? Find out how to produce a more organic sound using Sonar X1’s Guitar Rig 4 LE plug-in.
Multi-band processing in Sonar needn’t stop at compression: using the same approach on distortion is easy and effective.
Use Sonar X1 to slow down your drum loops drastically — and retain fidelity!
Understand the pitch-changing options in Sonar X1 for better results with your audio.
If you’d like to make your quantised drums a little more human, dive into Sonar’s AudioSnap pool.
Create virtual multi-effects with Sonar X1e's FX Chains 2.0
Have some phase‑switching fun in Sonar X1!
Take Sonar back to the ’60s with this vintage-style tape-flanging effect!
Previously a hard-wired channel strip, ProChannel is now an 'open' plug-in host offering unprecedented effects order flexibility — which can make a huge difference to your sound...
Dust off that hardware controller and make it your best friend in the studio, with this simple way of using Sonar's Active Controller Technology.
The Pro Channel is a highlight of Cakewalk’s Sonar X1 Producer — and some new add-ons make it even more powerful.
Use Sonar X2's bundled tools to master your mix.
Love it or hate it, ‘hard’ pitch correction is still a much used technique — and it’s simple with Sonar’s V-Vocal.
Thanks to Sonar 64-bit operation, the 14-year-old ReWire protocol is back in the limelight!
You don’t have to give up Session Drummer 2’s content when you move up to 64-bit Sonar X1.
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