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.
Sonar can help you produce great normal vocals — but it can also do all kinds of crazy things to your voice...
Craig Anderton explains his approach to creating a perfect cover version.
Snap it up! Transform your music with snapshot effects automation.
In the first of this two-part series, we look at the best ways to manage your day-to-day backups in Sonar.Read Part 2.
Having looked at routine backups last month, the second of this two-part series explores the more arcane art of archiving.Read Part 1.
Use Melodyne Essential, included in Sonar X3 Studio and Producer, to turn your audio into MIDI.
Sonar's EQ capabilities take a huge step forward with X1's ProChannel.
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