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SONAR Video Archive

Hello,

I thought it would be helpful if we created one reference thread with links to all of the SONAR videos that are online. If you are aware of other videos, please reply with links below. 
 
 
SONAR Video Series


SONAR: Get Started

Initial Audio Setup
Initial setup and configuration of SONAR. Covers setup of audio interface, project folders, and other settings to ensure optimal performance. How do the peeps at Cakewalk setup their own SONAR workstations? Find out now. Thanks to Cakewalk Product Specialist Mike Trujillo for this video.

MIDI Devices and Controller Setup
Learn how to setup MIDI devices in SONAR (version 8.5 and earlier). This video covers basic configuration of keyboard controllers and control surfaces (including ACT, WAI, etc). Thanks to Cakewalk Product Specialist Mike Trujillo for this video.


SONAR: Go Deeper

Coming soon...

 

SONAR: Master Class
Drum Production Episode I
This Master Class explores writing, arranging and mixing drums in SONAR.  Spotlighted are production techniques and workflow using Session Drummer 3, Step Sequencer 2.0, and PX-64 Percussion Strip.
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5



SONAR 8.5 Videos

 
Matrix View - NEW!!!
 
SONAR, Intel Core i7 & SIGGRAPH 2009
 
MIX TV Videos



SONAR 8 Videos
 
Beatscape Videos
 
Remix Magazine Masterclass


Artist Interviews


Audio Effects

Audio Loops
 
Audio Quality

AudioSnap
 
Dimension Pro LE
 
Editing
MIDI Editing

Mixing, Mastering, & Delivery
 
Rapture LE
 
Set Up
 
Surround Mixing
 
Synth Rack

Tradeshow Demos

User Interface, Workflow, & Customization Enhancements

Virtual Instruments
  
V-Vocal
 
x64

Many of these videos are also available for download from our FTP
post edited by Brandon Ryan [Cakewalk] - 2010/07/31 15:34:50
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    CJaysMusic
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/15 18:22:38 (permalink)
    Perfecto

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    DonM
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/16 09:04:46 (permalink)
    Thanks a ton.
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    Vertigo50
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/16 15:53:21 (permalink)
    Wow, that's really helpful. Thank you. I didn't know about some of these.
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    michael japan
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/18 00:49:54 (permalink)
    that's a great help--thanks for taking the time.

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    Franco_ontarien
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/18 13:19:51 (permalink)
    Hi,

    Is there a way to save those video on my computer?

    Regards!
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    Billy Buck
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/18 22:31:04 (permalink)
    There are dozens of videos ( literally hundreds of MB's worth of SONAR tutorials), for your viewing and downloading pleasure @ gearwire:

    http://www.gearwire.com/cakewalk.html








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    Abe
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/19 05:47:25 (permalink)
    To save youtube files use http://keepvid.com , use the mentioned free FLV player to watch the movies.
    post edited by Abe - 2006/12/19 06:06:01
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    Franco_ontarien
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/20 10:13:43 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Billy Buck

    There are dozens of videos ( literally hundreds of MB's worth of SONAR tutorials), for your viewing and downloading pleasure @ gearwire:

    http://www.gearwire.com/cakewalk.html



    Thanks for the link!
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    Ognis
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/20 12:10:38 (permalink)
    Thanks. A.C.T. vids looked good. Now, I just need to know if it will work correctly with Oxygen 49 before Christmas
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/21 10:08:07 (permalink)
    Thanks, I just got 6.0 and these will help a lot
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/23 11:07:58 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Billy Buck

    There are dozens of videos ( literally hundreds of MB's worth of SONAR tutorials), for your viewing and downloading pleasure @ gearwire:

    http://www.gearwire.com/cakewalk.html




    Billy Thanks for a great resource site.....

    Ken

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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/23 23:38:29 (permalink)
    Would any of you recommend m-audio firewire 410 to use with sonar 6?
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2006/12/29 12:44:44 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Billy Buck

    There are dozens of videos ( literally hundreds of MB's worth of SONAR tutorials), for your viewing and downloading pleasure @ gearwire:

    http://www.gearwire.com/cakewalk.html



    Thanks - great site





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    Leak Yeldarb
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/01/06 04:23:00 (permalink)
    I use firewire410. No problems. It might depend on your computer speed but I'm not sure. I'm new to the whole "latency" thing. Didn't have no goldurn latency in the old days. We just pulled out the 30ips 2" and went to work.

    KMB
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/02/04 07:03:29 (permalink)
    these videos are priceless, they should come on a CD with the program
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    RE: UPDATED: SONAR Video Archive 2007/02/17 03:20:46 (permalink)
    Great idea and I appreciate the effort, however some of the vids, especially the utube vids are of such poor quality that I don't really find them useful.

    Are they available on a web server for download somewhere?

    Thanks.

    Steve Veach
    Chicago, IL USA
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    RE: UPDATED: SONAR Video Archive 2007/02/17 04:13:20 (permalink)
    These are great, thanks!
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    RE: UPDATED: SONAR Video Archive 2007/02/17 13:12:55 (permalink)
    Those gearwire vids could sure use some editing!

    There are so many pauses and "um, let me just, ah, um...(trailing off). And they should make sure that when using tools like audio-snap the result would sound as good as possible. For example the tamburine he's trying to quantize in one of the examples is definitely not tight with the music at the point where he announces that he's content. It certainly wouldn't convince me to crossgrade to Sonar if I wasn't already a user.





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    RE: UPDATED: SONAR Video Archive 2007/02/23 18:15:46 (permalink)
    Keep those videos coming. Hey, how about one using frequency Analyzer?

    C'mon, give us what we want.... You know you want to show us that one Boston Boys!!

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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/03/05 07:22:23 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Abe

    To save youtube files use http://keepvid.com , use the mentioned free FLV player to watch the movies.


    Here's another option which is slower but you end up with easier to use avi or mov files:
    http://vixy.net

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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/05/10 11:48:05 (permalink)
    any vids available for the drum maps and drum map manager?
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/05/14 18:46:21 (permalink)
    Great stuff ... this is priceless , even if some of it's hard to follow , at least it lets me know what's possible with my DAW.


    the one about audio snap is great until he starts pooling transients .. and tweaking midi files.
    he runs through it so fast , and there is no closeup of what he's actually pushing.

    The V-vocal is a great sale , but I haven't been able to get it working in practice .. the wave forms only showed up once
    and I haven't seen them since. I can everything in melodyne , but it's a hassle to import and export Sonar's audio tracks
    into the program .. and using it as a plugin seems even more of a hassle.

    And what's up with the SONAR6 PE manual only being half as thick as SONAR3 pe's manual? I hope Craig Anderton
    has a SONAR6 book published that's as good as his SONAR3 'MIXING AND MASTERING' book.

    I used it more than the user's guide that came with the DAW.
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    piangio
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/05/22 09:31:29 (permalink)
    Thank You Very, Very Much!!!
    Great stuff
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/05/31 12:38:53 (permalink)
    Integrating Studio Hardware into Your Mix Environment by Terry Howard - OMG he's got a SSL AWS-900+ there : that's a 90,000 euros beasty, no wonder he's grinning.

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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/05/31 13:00:24 (permalink)
    Some of the stuff marked New is not so much anymore

    Great Stuff, though

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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/05/31 17:23:15 (permalink)
    Great Stuff !

    All I need now is a decent song to play with !!!


    rodar6

    More on the mastering side at the mo please !
    post edited by Rodar6 - 2007/05/31 17:32:29
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    RE: SONAR Video Archive 2007/06/08 10:01:24 (permalink)
    check again - there are a few new ones up

    Thanks
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    RE: New Update: SONAR Video Archive 2007/07/02 01:30:26 (permalink)
    Cakewalk,

    What about some different types of videos that will show folks how to use you product in the performing of their daily functions. I believe that if you show these types of videos, people will know that performing every day recording task will make their recording experience easy with Sonar.

    I have posted here with the question on how to set up Sonar so that I can have the vocalist listen to themselves with reverb added, but not recorded. I got so many different answers that didn’t' work. So, I would like Cakewalk to present a video on the setup of vocal monitoring, if possible. It should focus on how to assign tracks to busses for monitoring. How to place sends to multiple I/O for listening or using a headphone amp in the process, and also how t add an external and headphone amp. These are the types of videos that are needed so we know how to use your product effectively in our studios. There have been hundreds of post on this with varied answers, and folks still don’t have a complete answer.

    Thanks.

    James.

    Enjoy the sweet sound of music forever!
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    RE: New Update: SONAR Video Archive 2007/09/21 12:16:50 (permalink)
    Found a couple of nice Sonar 7 overview videos from Cakewalk's Brandon Ryan:

    Introducing Cakewalk Sonar 7 Part 1:
    http://mixonline.com/video/mixtv/sonar7_part1/

    Introducing Cakewalk Sonar 7, Part 2:
    http://mixonline.com/video/mixtv/sonar_7_part2/
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