Cakewalk SONAR 6 Ships

By all accounts it's the bees knees      21/09/06
Cakewalk SONAR 6 Ships


Many people are now describing SONAR as the only audio production DAW to use on the PC, this is due in no small part to the new Version 6 which is stuffed with new features and improvements over it’s earlier iterations. The new features have been developed as a driect result of user feedback and suggestions. Both the Studio and Producer editions offer:
  • Active Controller Technology (ACT): dynamically re-maps effect, mix and instrument parameters to hardware controllers
  • Synth Rack makes managing, controlling, and automating your instruments simple
  • AudioSnap suite of tools includes:
    • Non-destructive audio quantize
    • Quantize one track with another track’s feel
    • Convert audio beats to MIDI
    • Slip-stretch clips to a new time or length
    • High-quality processing with multiple algorithms including iZoptope Radiusâ„¢, Percussion Mode, more
  • Console View redesigned for ergonomic mixing
  • And much, much more!
    New Producer Edition Exclusives:
  • AudioSnap Multitrack Audio Quantize featuring iZotope Radiusâ„¢ time stretching (Studio Edition allows single track processing)
  • VC-64 Vintage Channel™—warm sound, dual EQ and compressor stages, analog component modeling, presets by professionals
  • Session Drummerâ„¢ 2 instrument with professional multi-sampled drum kits, hundreds of professional live-feel patterns
Already SONAR 6 has has been heaped with praise:
Create Digital Music.com has called SONAR 6 "the traditional DAW to beat on Windows, and this upgrade looks from a productivity perspective to be the major upgrade Cakewalk lovers were hoping for.�

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