I'm currently demoing Sonarworks reference 4 calibration software. It's pretty cool. Massive difference between "Calibrated" and off. Anyone else have experience with it?
3 DAWs - 3 sounds? Reaper vs. Sonar vs. Samplitude In this video, I test 3 DAWS by doing the exact same mix of the same song. There was a long debate as if every DAWs sounded the same and I thought it was time to get a true answer.
I also give a link to downloadable multitracks songs.
What do you think of the tests, convincing ?
Many moons ago, I won a contest from recording.org for a copy of Sonar 8.5 Producer's edition. I have been happily running the software on a Windows 7 desktop.
That machine has gone on to a better place so now I am putting together a new desktop. I am looking into running a Linux system (but may just do a dual OS install for audio).
A look into Cakewalk's support and a general internet search has yielded not much information at all at whether or not Sonar 8.5 Producer's is compatible with any Linux OS?
Upgraded to windows 10 last weekend, all MOTU drivers are working fine, no issues with Sonar, All is good...
I posted up as I see people are concerned about the lack of drivers for the PCI424 card and windows 10
Anyhow that's my experience
Which version is right for you?
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Has anybody had any experience with the above DAW Control Surface?
I use Sonar x3 Producer, and at present use my A500 Pro Control Surface function, and to be honest, like the feel of proper faders and knobs for pan etc.
I have tried V-Control pro for iPad, nice idea, but not quite the same as real controls.
Has anybody tried the Novation Zero SL Mk 2 with Sonar?
I read an awful right up last week, but wasn't quite sure the user gave it a descent try.
While recently looking through adds for Control Surfaces for my Sonar x3, I came across an article on an app for iPad called V-Control Pro.
This would allow me to control, (in my case, an already set up workspace in Sonar) using an iPad touchscreen.
I have an A-500 Pro midi keyboard controller at present, which is great for what I want, as a controller when mixing, or generally at my desk.
Recently, all my recording has been "in the box" using various plugin effects to my liking.
Question is: Can I plug my guitar into my Jim Dunlop Cry Baby, then into my Roland Quad Capture ?
I am using Peavey ReValver Mk III.V as an effects processor and I am having difficulties coming to terms with the fact that after I record a guitar track into Sonar X3 the effects aren't recorded but rather just the DI signal. I installed Peavey ReValver as an plugin effect inside a folder for use in Sonar X3 but latency seems to be an issue when I have 4-6 guitar tracks with PR as a plugin effect.
What should I do or check so that when I am recording guitar it is the signal that I hear from Peavey ReValver?
Hi guys and girls,
I started the tests of Sonar X3c this weekend. (upgrading from X2
I'm gonna let you know if I have any problems
I did the installation on a new HDD, (so my X2 is still available if I have problems)
First the installation went smooth.
The cosmetic changes are very light so I'm lost at all.