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Author Topic: Cakewalk Sonar COMING SOON FOR MAC OS !! (jun 2016)  (Read 1198 times)

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Offline chrisNova777

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Re: Cakewalk Sonar COMING SOON FOR MAC OS !! (jun 2016)
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2018, 07:31:37 AM »
this development was later abandoned  :'(

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Re: Cakewalk Sonar COMING SOON FOR MAC OS !! (jun 2016)
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2018, 02:08:01 PM »
Pity in a sense, but quite a while ago for a normal DAW I've really been loving Reaper. You can't beat the community and the developers are lightning responsive. Once Cockos incorporated MIDI and notation (!) it basically does all I needed Sonar for. In fact if I remember right its notation abilities are much better than Sonars -- although my knowledge of Sonar does not extend to the last versions.

90% of the time I use Live since I don't have time to sequence any more--but for quality of sound, IMO, you can't beat dedicated synth modules compared to soft synths. Unless it's just my imagination? Or bad ears?
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