Garrigus.com has announced the release of the SONAR X2 Power!
book (ISBN: 978-1-285-19894-1) by Scott R. Garrigus (author of the Cakewalk
SONAR and Sony Sound Forge Power book series). They tell us that SONAR X2 Power! is the first
comprehensive guide to deal exclusively with Cakewalk's SONAR X2 MIDI and
digital audio sequencing application.
A spokesperson told us, "This new edition offers top-to-bottom detailed coverage of the SONAR X2
software (Producer, Studio, and Essential). The book's comprehensive
treatment begins with the basics and takes you from setup to final mix with
clear, step-by-step instructions and exercises.
If you're a new user, you'll start at the beginning and learn everything you
need to know to use SONAR for recording, editing, producing, mixing, and
sharing your music with the world. If you're already a SONAR user, you'll
learn the details about all the exciting new features in SONAR X2--and
you'll sharpen your workflow and improve your music-making. SONAR X2 POWER!
is the most complete guide to SONAR X2 available, covering everything from
working with SONAR files and navigating projects to advanced editing,
surround sound, automation, and much more.
New topics covered include: Take Lanes, Automation Lanes, Automation Modes,
new Smart Tool operations in all the views, new clip functions in Track
view, Piano Roll view editing and Controller lanes, new Snap to Grid
features, R-MIX SONAR, FX Chains 2.0, new ProChannel features, ProChannel
Console Emulator, ProChannel QuadCurve EQ, ProChannel Softube Knob, and much
more. In addition, the book is completely up-to-date including information
for the latest SONAR X2a update and features added in the SONAR X1a, b, c,
d, and Expanded updates (which were not included in the previous edition)."
Pricing and Availability:
SONAR X2 Power! is currently available at an introductory discount off the
list price of $49.99.
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