Imperfect monitoring environments can affect any producer - but now ADAM Audio and Sonarworks are working on a solution. Here's what they're up to.
Earlier this year we bid a fond farewell to SONAR. It looked to have truly kicked the bucket, that is until BandLab took over the reins and injected life back into the DAW. But how is it doing now?
Is the grass always greener on the other side of the DAW fence? Not always... but here's 4 features that'll have users of other DAWs looking enviously in the direction of Cakewalk Sonar.
Recently we've been seeing regular monthly updates for Cakewalk SONAR. These updates haven't just seen bug fixes, we're talking new features too. Matt Vanacoro checks out this massive DAW.
There's 3 major announcements Cakewalk have revealed for Sonar: It's coming to Mac OS X, lifetime upgrades and an expanded focus on performance and stability. Read more about all three below.
It's becoming more and more common for producers and engineers to use multiple digital audio workstations. Matt Vanacoro presents 4 compelling reasons to use Ableton, Logic, Sonar & Pro Tools.
The new integration grants SONAR users access to LANDR’s quick and affordable mastering. It's certainly an interesting development for those wishing to apply quick mastering to tracks from Sonar.
When tasked with correcting pitch and timing of audio like vocals, guitar, etc., many producers reach for Celemony's Melodyne. In this tutorial Gary Hiebner shows how to make use of it within Sonar.
Cakewalk's SONAR “Gloucester” introduces support for Microsoft’s new, critically acclaimed Windows 10 operating system plus numerous enhancements and fixes. Here's more info about what you can expect.
The updates are coming thick and fast for SONAR and Foxboro continues to make improvements, with enhancements to Cakewalk Drum Replacer, Plug-in Upsampling, plus new Strum Session 2 plus more content.
Imagine being able to jump easily between different mix settings of your song. OK. Stop imagining because Cakewalk's Sonar now has Mix Recall built-in. Gary Hiebner shows what a great tool it is.
SONAR “Dorchester,” is the 3rd major release in SONAR's membership program, includes new premium content, Mix Recall and VocalSync enhancements, and 50 fixes including workflow improvements.
If you want to make two or more vocal parts tighter easily, then you'll want to check out Cakewalk SONAR's new Vocal Sync tool. Gary Hiebner shows you how this excellent feature works.
SONAR “Cambridge,” is the second major release in SONAR's membership program. Cakewalk tell us it further enhances SONAR with multiple new features and improvements.
The new Cakewalk SONAR is out and comes with some extremely useful tools and effects, a new interface, vocal sync and mix recall modes. Gary Hiebner discovers how this PC DAW stacks up.