Cakewalk Releases SONAR X1 Advanced Workshop with Craig Anderton

July 26, 2011
Unique instructional DVD goes beyond standard tutorials to reveal advanced, innovative techniques for SONAR X1 in a practical step by step delivery.
Cakewalk, the world's leading developer of powerful and easy to use products for music creation and recording, is pleased to release SONAR X1 Advanced Workshop with Craig Anderton. Beyond simple tutorial on how to get up and running with SONAR X1, this compilation of advanced workshop videos provide in-depth exploration of techniques that add up to a true master class.
SONAR X1 Advanced Workshop with Craig Anderton, a ground-breaking collection of advanced SONAR X1 techniques, is Cakewalk’s first official video tutorial. Craig is one of the most respected music industry experts in the world today, and his novel, real-world insights and tips will help any SONAR X1 user make music more creatively and efficiently.
The 100 minute-long DVD touches on a wide range of subjects, including vintage effects emulation, repairing damaged tracks, mastering within SONAR, “virtual multi-miking” techniques for acoustic instruments, perfect looping with any pad, convolution-based sound design, constructing a looper in SONAR with unique features, humanizing step sequencer patterns, album assembly, and much more – 31 videos total.
Presented in a practical, easy-to-understand style that demystifies otherwise complex topics, these videos also represent the state-of-the-art in video instruction with tight editing, superb sound quality, and excellent use of the video medium.
Download the chapter breakdown (PDF)

Pricing and Availability
SONAR X1 Advanced Workshop with Craig Anderton is available at the Cakewalk Store at an introductory price of $29.99/£24.99/€29.99. For more information please visit SONAR X1 Advanced Workshop with Craig Anderton product page.

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