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Hal Leonard SONAR 7 Beginner Level (DVD)
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The SONAR 7 Beginner Level DVD from Hal Leonard will teach you all you need to know to master the incredible array of features in SONAR 7. Make your ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Master all the versatile production tools of the powerhouse SONAR 7 software.
The SONAR 7 Beginner Level DVD from Hal Leonard will teach you all you need to know to master the incredible array of features in SONAR 7. Make your music sound amazing when you know SONAR 7, one of the most feature-packed professional Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software packages available for Windows-based recording studios.
SONAR 7 is a powerhouse recording application with expansive features that are hard for any other DAW to compete with. Once you learn to use SONAR 7 with this instructional DVD, you'll know why. Even experienced SONAR users should take a look at the SONAR 7 Beginer Level DVD to understand the comprehensive new offering of powerful creative tools in SONAR 7. This training DVD will teach you all about SONAR's complete MIDI overhaul with Smart MIDI Tools and dozens of other new features. Plus, it will introduce you to the most powerful Step Sequencer you're likely to find in any DAW. Explore other new features like SONAR 7's new true linear phase mastering plug-ins, internal sidechaining, and delay compensation for external hardware.
- DVD covers:
- SONAR 7's additional features
- Smart MIDI Tools
- Step Sequencer
- Mastering plug-ins
- Internal sidechaining
- Delay compensation
- Series: Music Pro Guides
- Medium: DVD
- 120 minutes
- 6" W x 8" L
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Comments about Hal Leonard SONAR 7 Beginner Level (DVD):
I got sonar 7 after watching this DVD, and the program he was using was a different version of what I got. the tool bars were different, the tracks setups were different, and what they show you is useless for someone who want want to reord real intrument on audio tracks, he doen't get past the midi aspect of the recording besides for the part that he turns a midi track into an audio. to much computer sound recording for my taste. useless