Sonar 3 Power!

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Course Technology Ptr, Nov 1, 2003 - Computers - 480 pages
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"SONAR 3 Power!" will take you deep into the many features that this amazing software package offers. You 'll get more than just a quick rundown of tools and buttons. You 'll learn how to truly get the most out of SONAR 3 as you work your way through step-by-step examples and exercises that will help make your composing and recording sessions run more smoothly. You'll cover the major features, but you'll also get tips on the more obscure elements of SONAR and learn how to make all of the features work together seamlessly. It's all here—tips for customizing SONAR 3, techniques for recording multiple tracks at once, and instructions that simplify mixing. Unleash the power of SONAR 3!

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A decent reference guide for the Sonar 3 program. Didn't do much more for me than the original user guide Read full review

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Scott R. Garrigus (www.garrigus.com) has been involved with music and computers since he was 12 years old. After graduating from high school, he went on to earn a B.A. in music performance with an emphasis in sound recording technology at UMass, Lowell. In 1993, he released his first instrumental album on cassette, entitled "Pieces Of Imagination." In 1995, he began his professional writing career when his first article appeared in Electronic Musician magazine. In 2000, he authored his first book, Cakewalk Power! This was the first book to deal exclusively with the Cakewalk Pro Audio, Guitar Studio, and Home Studio software applications. Since then he has authored a number of other titles including Sound Forge Power!, SONAR Power!, SONAR 2 Power!, Sound Forge 6 Power!, SONAR 3 Power!, SONAR 4 Power!, SONAR 5 Power!, Sound Forge 8 Power!: The Official Guide, and SONAR 6 Power! Today, Garrigus continues to contribute articles to a number of print and online publications. He also publishes his own music technology e-zine, called DigiFreq (www.digifreq.com), which provides free news, reviews, tips, and techniques for music technology and home recording users.

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