Be interested to hear from anyone that has “switched” from Cubase. Thanks Justine, I appreciate you taking the time to comment and give your feedback. I agree this could be made simpler but I assure you that getting around this is well worth the trouble if your looking for an affordable option with tons of routing feature and an all around good DAW option.
Your right, there is an awesome amount of great plug-ins, especially with producer. In this end, sounds like you got a great deal with Sonar so seems like a valuable DAW for you to me. Not because something else lacks but because Reaper was only $60.00 and came with more plug-ins than my copy of Sonar did (though I believe you can download the reaper plug-ins for free). Perhaps cuz I’ve been a PC geek since dirt I gravitated to Cubase back in v sx 2.0. Although living in a truck makes it difficult for me to play with it much, I have the newest version hamachi.down4you.software 7 and have been pretty impressed so far.
Remember, you might have all the gear to make great music but your DAW is what ties them all together. This can be very simple, but a lot of DAWs is only available in Mac while some only in Windows, and several both Mac and Windows. You have to be mindful of this because you will be wasting money if you buy a software that is only compatible with Mac and you are using Windows 10. No intermediate buss needed, just route to the aux track directly. I’ve heard great stuff about Logic too, I’m just too broke to be a Mac guy, ha ha.
I’ve been spending most of my time between Sonar and Reaper now days. For the time being I’m more focused with Reaper, and that is not because I don’t like another DAW. Reaper and my old copy of Sonor LE is what I have at the moment is all. I’m 100% with you on Sonor and the upgrade options they’ve offered.
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- The design is consistent and very clean, with few visible buttons for navigation.
- The user moves to other sections or submenus by clicking on lines in the table of contents, and returns by clicking on pictures, which appear to be scanned images of wood-cut impressions.
- Figure 26 shows the first page of his "Bowing Solutions" section.
- Not all sections were completed during the course, but those that were are impressive and innovative.
- Figure 25 shows the title page and several of the submenus.
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It does take time to learn something new but each DAW has its strengths and weakness regardless of what your using. Another way of doing this is by using the selection brackets to highlight the area you want to delete . Again, using the “ripple editing” options will change whether the hole is deleted and the rest of the wav is shifted over as well. There is also a site called Groove 3 which offers tutorials on just about every DAW software.