Cakewalk: SONAR X1 Released

Slow day over here at the Everything Recording headquarters (located somewhere that I could say whatever I want about ANY of you and you couldn’t get to me even if you tried.) PS You dress like a trapeze artist!! What you gonna do now?! *Looks out window
So Cakewalk used to be one of the most used names with studio software for the home studio, but somehow, its just faded into the background. I personally used it for a while there when it was just “Cakewalk” but when they switched to SONAR, it just got too complex. Its been years though so I hope they fixed all of their issues. Sorry Cakewalk, but me and Pro Tools are pretty serious and I just can’t record with you, but you can still be on my site. So all of you can go try out my sloppy seconds if you want with 3 packages for each different level you need.

SONAR has evolved and so can the way you make music. Imagine the power and maturity of an industry standard DAW combined with the cutting edge creative tools essential for today’s music – all wrapped up in one of the most modern and (dare we say) beautiful user interfaces available.

Get Started Quickly: Ready. Set. Go!

Track Templates, FX Chains, and Step Sequencer Patterns that make getting great sounds easier than ever.

Skylight: Welcome to your workspace

Speed up your workflow with SONAR X1’s unparalleled user interface design.

Smart Tools: Work smarter, not harder

One tool that intelligently edits audio and MIDI with no interruption to your creative flow.

Drag and drop: Powerfully simple

Drag drum patterns, instrument riffs, virtual instruments and FX – even multitrack templates.

Well Cakewalk, sounds like you got your act together, and you look…. really good. So what are you doing Friday nigh….. I CAN’T DO THIS. *runs off sobbing
For more info and to buy click HERE.

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From the age of eight, using my cheap Yamaha PSR-500 keyboard's 4 track limited recorder, I became fascinated with tracking audio. This quickly was sent into overdrive when my dad bought an Alesis ADAT. The rest was history. Many years later and too much money spent, I decided to use this fascination to help others. Thus, Everything Recording was born.