Creating a Great Composite Vocal Recording: Disc Maker's Blog

Another wonderful piece from the Disc Maker's Blog, this time on recording vocals and the equipment/skills needed to make it work in the home studio environment.

Yet another wonderful resource site for Cakewalk Sonar

Some time ago I mentioned the Sonar Wiki site which is full of Sonar-related articles, links to other relevant sites and other useful information. Read more

Scrubbing and Jogging with JSonar

This article describes how to use scrubbing and jogging features of Cakewalk Sonar together with JSonar. It applies to versions of JSonar and Sonar from 4.2 up to 8.0.
– contributed by Victor Tsaran

Basics of Editing and Mixing with JSonar


Now that you've recorded the material, there will undoubtedly be a couple of incidental noises throughout the recording; sniffs, coughs, fluffed words etc. These can be easily edited out in a number of steps as follows:

1. Select the audio track by pressing the comma key. 2.


Contributed by Joe Kenny

There are two ways to back up a project recorded in Sonar. To clarify backing up means to save all the data within the project, audio and midi, along with all the project information, to a single file or folder which can easily be moved or archived on to your storage drive DVD FTP site etc.