Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the edit tools, part of Learning SONAR X2.
Garrick: Okay.…Now that we know how to get sounds into Sonar, in this chapter we're…going to look at a variety of the…tools that are available for editing your project.…A great majority of the editing you'll be doing in Sonar starts off…by selecting the proper tools in the tools module here in the control bar.…But what you're probably going to quickly find is that…the smart tool, this tool here, is probably going to…be the one you use the most as it…combines the functionality of several of these other tools.…So, let's save that one for last and take a quick look at the other tools first.…Just so we…have something to play around with, I'm…going to press Ctrl+N to create a new project.…Just going to close the multidoc with D.…
And I'm going to browse back out to my desktop.…I'm just going to find that drums intro file and…I'll just drag a copy here into my project.…And I'll press B to close the browser again.…And I'll just make this a little bit larger.…Now I'll just move that over a bit.…So, the next too here is the select tool.…
- 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
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Audio Foundations: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
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