Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying effects, part of Up and Running with SONAR X2.
Once you have your tracks recorded, chances are you'll want to run some…or most of them threw any number of Sonars built in effects plug ins.…Plug ins are modules for processing your sound, and Sonar…comes with a large number of effects for doing things like…adding reverb, compression, and E Q, as well as processors for…fixing pitch, adding or enhancing stereo effects and a lot more.…And you can even download and…install additional effects from third-party developers.…Now I can't go into every single effect here.…But I do want to run…you with the basic process of browsing for and adding effects.…So for this exercise, I've opened up the Breakdown Mode 01 project again.…
And we looked at this back in the beginning of the course.…So there are a couple of methods to apply effects to your tracks.…You get the same results with each method, so you can choose that…works best for you or for the workspace you happen to be working in.…You can add effects from the tracks themselves,…from the track inspector, or from the console.…
- Setting up audio inputs and outputs
- Creating a new project
- Importing audio
- Recording real instruments
- Looping audio
- Connecting to MIDI devices
- Creating groove clips
- Editing tracks
- Creating FX Chains
- Creating sends and busses
- Automating parameters
Skill Level Beginner
Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
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