Cakewalk Sonar X1 Tutorial (2/2)

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NEED TO WATCH IN 1080p IF YOU WANT READABLE TEXT*** If you pay attention and give the video your attention (probably won’t happen), this short 2 part series will actually show you almost…

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  1. bigjoe747 said on January 22, 2011 5:59 pm:

    Thanks for taking the time to make a tutorial. Do the bugs in X1 make it unusable or are they just a pain in the ass?

  2. Tahlon Springs said on January 25, 2011 6:26 am:

    @HypeTingStudio Have you had the chance to check out Presonus Studio One? IF so what are ur thoughts in comparison to x1?

  3. ACQUAARIA said on February 9, 2011 2:51 am:

    thank You very much for that demo !
    It will save me much precious valuable live time !
    its that kind of software which will make You think YOU are stupid,
    but You are actually NOT!
    Its just a huge pile of fucking shit, like all the stuff You”ll get from fucking USA today, where only Rothschilds bloody fake funny money counts !
    Wake Up America !!!!
    You US people are not worth to be fucked down by them.
    Sonar X1 is just one example, what they are doing with You and Your wonderful country !

  4. Tahlon Springs said on February 9, 2011 7:03 am:

    @HypeTingStudio Thats great to hear! I produce music and have been out of the DAW loop for a while and sold all my equipment a while back. But Ive been wanting to get back into it and have been researching DAWs like crazy and kept looking back at Studio One. As soon as I build my setup again I had planned on downloading the demo to really get into it. But do keep us posted on what you experience!

  5. Ryan Collins said on February 20, 2011 6:31 am:

    Thanks for the tips! Are there any stock drum kits like the one you were using for Sonar? If not where did you get the one that was used in the video?

  6. Guns VS Games said on April 6, 2011 11:15 pm:

    You missed the sequencer it has thats just like FL studio’s. Its on the top right of the DropZone rack… the little image button that looks like a drum pad. Then you can create loops and just drag them out to the length you want.