Three ad­vanced features in Sonar Home Stu­dio

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Step Se­quencer

If you have a pref­er­ence for pat­tern­based pro­gram­ming, you’ll love Cake­walk Sonar Home Stu­dio’s su­perb Step Se­quencer. It’s thor­oughly cus­tomis­able and ideal for both per­cus­sion parts and mod­ern elec­tronic riffs. Any­thing you add to the Step Se­quencer will be re­flected in the as­so­ci­ated track’s MIDI clips.

Over­loud TH3 Cake­walk Edi­tion

If you’re a gui­tar player, or if you sim­ply like the grit ’n’ grime of gui­tar amps and cab­i­nets, you’ll be in heaven with Over­loud’s TH3. This rockin’ plugin play­ground of­fers sim­u­lated stomp boxes, amp heads and cab­i­nets and comes com­plete with a lovely looper for lay­er­ing your licks. Use the pow­er­ful pre­sets or roll your own com­bos.

Ma­trix View

Au­dio loops are an im­por­tant part of mod­ern mu­sic pro­duc­tion. You’ve al­ready had a glimpse of Sonar Home Stu­dio’s Groove-Clips, but there’s an­other way to in­te­grate loops into your project. It’s called the Ma­trix View, and it al­lows you to load and launch per­fectly tempo-matched loops with an in­spir­ing, in­ter­ac­tive in­ter­face.

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