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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/18 10:59:05 (permalink)
Hi - You have posted in an existing thread that is probably only attracting minimal responses at the moment. You will likely have a better response if you post your question instead as a NewPost in the Instruments forum or the Sonar Producer and Studio forum (but not in both, unless you want the forum zealots to complain about cross-posting).
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/18 11:48:27 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: ChristopherM
Are you sure? I'm still getting 404s.

The links in techead's signature are wrong.

try:
http://sonar.sonarama.com/
http://p5.sonarama.com/
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/18 11:52:45 (permalink)
I've updated the link in the original post.

Also updated the P5 Wiki post in the Project5 forum.

All should be working now - thanks techead!
post edited by Brandon Ryan [Cakewalk] - 2008/06/18 12:18:22

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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/18 11:56:02 (permalink)
Aah! Your links are certainly active. Thank you. However, I wasn't using TecHead's links - I was using my FireFox Bookmarks, and then as a last resort I googled the wikis, which got me straight to the same URLs that we now know to be incorrect. So something has changed!

Thanks, all the same!
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/18 19:12:25 (permalink)
Try these URL's:

http://p5.sonarama.com/ instead of http://p5.sonarama.com/p5/

and

http://sonar.sonarama.com/ instead of http://sonar.sonarama.com/sonar/

They are working for me. I think the redirection may have changed so maybe the old links don't work right?

I exported all the pages as XML so I have a backup copy of the complete current contents (without revision history) of the main articles in case they disappear again for weeks at a time. I'll try to fetch the images later.
post edited by techead - 2008/06/18 19:35:19
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/19 14:23:52 (permalink)
Techead - Those new links are fine. Thanks for your help.
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/20 23:48:48 (permalink)
I AM RUNNING SONAR HOME STUDIO 6 FROM VISTA...I AM GETTING A ERROR MESSAGE WHEN TRYING TO BURN MY TRACKS TO CD STATING THAT I AM RECORDING IN ONE CHANNEL BUT NEED TO BE RECORDING IN 2 CAN ANYONE HELP!!!!!!
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/06/22 14:16:57 (permalink)
Try re-posting here
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/09/05 09:52:55 (permalink)
Very good article , not only for newbies .
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/12/26 14:55:37 (permalink)
hi can you tell me what interface works best with sonar 8 producer? have a firepod but getting pops and click tried everything still the same so i want to change it thanks
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2008/12/26 21:37:34 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Brandon Ryan [Cakewalk]

SONAR Wiki

SONAR Shortcut Reference Document 7.01

SONAR Forum FAQ

SONAR Color Schemes

SONAR Video Archive

"For Newbies (a broad overview of many topics)" (by Dean Roddey)

Craig Anderton's SONAR7 Pro Review


Well I am put off by this. All this and not a single reference to the wonderful sticky "How to Get Help here". Highly recommended for anyone seeking help on this or any other forum. But then often the most important postings get little notice. LOL

Best
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resources ( 2009/01/16 03:48:27 (permalink)
Its not going to happen over night it will take time and you will get to situations where you mess everything up and will probably have to install Sonar again. Don't worry I think it happens us all when we start out. We are always learning.
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RE: Helpful SONAR Resources ( 2009/03/03 00:21:07 (permalink)
Was there ever a sticky about dither and SONAR. I've searched around the FAQs and Support docs, and while I was wading through all the dither posts I found this thread:

Ron - 5.2 Dither Off
http://forum.cakewalk.com/tm.asp?m=751063&mpage=1&key=

On page 3 there is a nice explanation by pattor and a few responses down Master Chief [Cakewalk]
Administrator
posted "I agree, you've written an excellent and very lucid explanation. If you like, feel free to email me any final version of this and we can pin it to the top as an FAQ item."

I know it's from 2006 but I assume all the principles still apply.

most authors of novels regarded as classics are dead, classic novels are, therefore, most likely to be written by dead people.
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mp3 encoder lame 3.98.2 update 2009/07/18 15:09:39 (permalink)
I have compiled an updated version of the lame mp3 encoder, using the latest Lame 3.98.2

Updated LAME mp3 encoder for SONAR
version 3.98.2 SSE2

Installation instructions:
- Exit Sonar if opened.
- Extract the from the zip file adequate for SONAR (32 or 64) TTSlame.dll to your SONAR program dir.

Notes:
- mp3 encoder authorization is needed in order to use it, no difference with original. No need to re-authorize if you already did.
- Measured performance is about 20% faster than 3.97 included in SONAR 8, most probably due to my compiler settings than changes in Lame 3.98.2.
- Like the original dll, this one only uses a CPU core.
- This build is optimized for SSE2 capable CPUs.

Download for SONAR32 (x86):
http://diwaves.com/tmp/TTSlame_32_3.98.2.zip

Download for SONAR64 (amd64):
http://diwaves.com/tmp/TTSlame_64_3.98.2.zip

lame 3.98.2 change log:
http://diwaves.com/tmp/ChangeLog.txt


Jose Catena
DIGIWAVES, S.L.
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RE: mp3 encoder lame 3.98.2 update 2009/07/18 16:28:34 (permalink)
Great work, jcatena! Thanks a bunch for the updated dlls!


"It's not a song till it touches your heart. It's not a song till it tears you apart!" Lyrics of Amy Grant.

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Re:Helpful SONAR Resources 2009/07/23 19:05:15 (permalink)
Brandon, none of the links in your post work.
 
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Re:Helpful SONAR Resources 2009/07/23 19:24:51 (permalink)
Try changing the .asp in links to .aspx, it worked for one of them at least.

But this means that *every* crosslink in this forum is broken...

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Re:Helpful SONAR Resources 2009/07/23 20:32:10 (permalink)
Yes - I've already noticed that each link to the cakewalk forums from a google search is broken too.

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Re: RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2009/07/26 06:17:29 (permalink)
All links need updating after the forum change.

JimR
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Re: RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2009/07/26 14:40:07 (permalink)
Brandon must be on vacation. LOL


"It's not a song till it touches your heart. It's not a song till it tears you apart!" Lyrics of Amy Grant.

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Re: RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2009/07/26 15:47:39 (permalink)
Our Cakewalk minisite link over at DigiFreq should also be on this list...

Cakewalk Music Software MiniSite at DigiFreq
http://www.digifreq.com/d...nisite.asp?ID=Cakewalk

Still working on getting the reviews and videos sections up, but that will be done soon.

Best,
Scott

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Re:Helpful SONAR Resources 2009/08/13 15:35:55 (permalink)
I searched hi and low for information regarding Waves plug-ins .. and wound up calling tech-support.

So, here goes:

Problem: Waves V6 Plug-in GUI controls are not visible in Sonar 8

Description
If you use Waves Version 6 plugins, the GUI controls for the
plug-ins will not be visible if the X-Ray option is enabled.
While the plug-ins are functional, the Fx dialog will be blank.

Solution:
To disable the X-ray option, go to the Options Menu, choose Global...
Then, in the "General" tab (at the bottom of the dialog), uncheck
the "Enable X-Ray" option.

Close and re-open and Waves Fx dialogs you may have open. The GUI should
now appear.


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Re:Helpful SONAR Resources 2009/08/13 19:03:22 (permalink)
Rather than disabling the entire X-ray option, it might be better to just disable it for Waves.  To do this, just add the 3 lines below to your XRayExclude.ini file.  (E.g. Mine is located at C:\Documents and Settings\Tom\Application Data\Cakewalk\SONAR 8 Producer Edition\XRayExclude.ini)


   [EffectProps View]
   ;Exclude all Waves plugins, due to incompatibilities
   XRayVendorExclude1=Waves


I believe this was the default way that XRayExclude.ini gets installed, so perhaps you somehow lost your settings, or that whole file?

- Tom

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Re:Helpful SONAR Resources 2009/08/17 11:57:08 (permalink)
I've noticed that the links are fixed, now, since the change to the new forum software left the main links broken/outdated.
 
Great work Cakewalk.

This is a really helpful thread. It would be increasingly beneficial if it could be kept updated (with other useful user additions) from time to time.
post edited by thomasabarnes - 2009/08/17 12:02:13


"It's not a song till it touches your heart. It's not a song till it tears you apart!" Lyrics of Amy Grant.

SONAR Platinum X64 (jBridge), Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit, Core i7 990X Extreme Edition Processor 3.46 GHz 6 Cores, Gigabyte EX58-UD5, Crucial Ballistix 24GB 1333MHz DDR3 @1333 MHz, TASCAM UH-7000, Behringer X-Touch, EVGA GTX 980TI Superclocked 6GB, 1TB Samsung EVO 850 SSD, 150GB, 320GB, 1TB 7200rpm HDDs
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Re:SONAR Resources 2009/08/29 02:02:08 (permalink)
We need a Vista issues forum. Really. Like, seriously.
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Re:SONAR Resources 2009/10/09 13:36:25 (permalink)
Hello Brandon,
    just wanted to give you a bump and ask your advise. I am currently using Sonar 6 and would like to upgrade to 8.5. I was considering a Dell desktop Intel core 7. Any suggestions on a model? Or do you recommend a different computer all together. Thankyou for your time.
 
Murph
 
 
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Re: RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2009/10/10 09:11:18 (permalink)
Under Sonar Resources - YouTube seems to be down, or at least the Sonar channel isn't working.

Jack
Qapla!
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Re: RE: Helpful SONAR Resource Threads 2010/08/05 12:44:03 (permalink)
I am getting the following when trying to access the video archive:

404 - File or directory not found.

Thanks (not for the 404 but for resolving when you get a chance)!
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Re:SONAR Resources 2010/09/19 15:50:59 (permalink)
Is the Sonar wiki and the Sonar video archive no longer maintained? I'm getting a 404 error on both of those links.
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Re:SONAR Resources 2010/09/20 18:15:35 (permalink)
The SONAR Wiki worked for me just now:  

http://sonar.sonarama.com.ndex.php?title=Main_Page

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