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Author Topic: Sonor - any good?  (Read 4024 times)

daQuad

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Sonor - any good?
« on: September 26, 2004, 04:53:01 AM »

Does Sonar really compare with Steinberg's product,Logic, or Protools for that matter?

Anyone have any comments pro or con?


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Re: Sonor - any good?
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2004, 03:50:59 AM »

I use Sonar and Nuendo. I love them both. Sonar is very strong in certain areas. Obviously Sonar is a a great MIDI sequencer and editor. What is less known is how strong it is for audio, editing, etc. I do not have Sonar 4 yet, but I am looking forward to exploring it. I would say Sonar is easily in the category of Cubase for audio, but Nuendo is a different notch up due to all the powerful options. I guess Cubase is identical to Nuendo in many ways, but I have not messed with it much. I do not think PT is as good as any of them, quite frankly.

If you do any MIDI sequencing, then definately consider trying Sonar. If you are solely doing audio, I would save more and get Nuendo.
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Re: Sonor - any good?
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2004, 04:53:51 PM »

Sonar (using Producer Edition 4.01 now) is definitely a proper DAW program. Stable, good sounding, and full featured.
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