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We had a visit from UK tech support for Cakewalk Oliver Davis this week - he's been working Sonar X2a on a Lenovo Thinkpad Twist.
Cakewalk's programmers are amongst the first to actually code touch functionallity into the DAW, rather than just have replace th mouse/trackpad with the finger and it shows.
Oliver Davis ran us through some of the operations you can use touch for which not only shows off the touch functions but was pretty rockin on the Lenovo - a compact touchscreen laptop running Windows 8.
Touch integration is available on all flavours of Sonar X2a (Producer, Studio and Essential)
It looks kinda like SMR but it is definitely not!
Mark Verbos gives us an overview of the Bark Filter and some updates on their move to Berlin