Cakewalk Sonar vs Protools

The subject says it all, so to speak! :) Historically, Protools has been the #1 choice for major recording studio production and, even now, many sound engineers will swear by this software. Meantime, Cakewalk Sonar has been quietly coming out of the woom and has grown to be quite an adult recording PC studio itself. Read more

Recording music on netbook computers

With all the netbook craze going on the market place, I couldn't resist the temptation and purchased one for myself. I am pretty happy with what my Asus EEE PC 1000HE netbook delivers when browsing Internet, watching Youtube videos, writing documents or checking my Email, but what if… If I tried to use it as a portable recording studio? How far can I push its limits?

Sonar 8.3.1 is released!

On March 12th Cakewalk released yet another patch to Cakewalk Sonar 8.0 (both Studio and Producer Edition); this time it is version 8.3.1. Among new features are enhancements for the Guitar Rig 3.2.1 LE (SONAR 8.3 Producer Edition only), TruePianos Vista x64 support (SONAR 8.3 Producer only), Classic sounds for Dimension Pro and Dimension LE, Classic drum kits for Session Drummer 2 and more.

Getting closer to the final release of JSonar8

With every week passing we get closer and closer to the final release of JSonar8. We have been in a testing mode for much of this time and here is a summary of some of the additions and fixes. Read more

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