Sonar 2 Book by Scott Garrigus

falkon2

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Sounds great for a *total* recording/tracking newbie... I doubt even someone migrating from fruity loops to SONAR would get much out of it though.

Then again, I haven't read it, so maybe I'm doing it a great injustice.
 
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Hidden Driveways

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I don't know anything about that book, but I was a Cakewalk newbie a year and a half ago (got Sonar 2 six months ago). I would say, dig in. I know it can be intimidating, but see if you can get some tracks recorded just for the heck of it.

What kind of stuff do you want to record?
 

jdier

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Gavin,

Scott's book is good, but I would suggest a cover to cover reading of the Sonar Manual. If there are things that you still cannot do, or do not feel comfortable with, then Scott's book may be a help.

I have read both books cover to cover and found that there is a lot of overlap. Both great resources.

Hope this helps.

Jim
 
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bgavin

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My interest is 95% live performance recording.

I have an Aardvark Q10 interface unit, a locker full of mics, and am building the DAW now. Part of the long process is rack mounting the DAW, Q10, (future 2nd Q10), and a mic patch bay so I don't have to constantly plug the Q10 jacks.

The remaining 5% of my recording needs will be multi-track recording of a solo artist playing different instruments. The recording environment will not be studio quality.
 

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