(Cakewalk | Posted 2006-10-12)
Cakewalk, the world’s leading developer of powerful and easy to use products for music creation and recording, announces the Fast Forward >> SONAR 6 Tour which will hit cities worldwide starting with the AES convention in San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by Microsoft Windows Vista, the SONAR 6 tour will spotlight the latest in digital audio technology, and will feature in-depth demonstrations of the newly released SONAR 6 Producer Edition.
Learn how to get full control of your instruments, effects and mix from any MIDI controller or control surface with Active Controller Technology™ (ACT). Discover how AudioSnap™ can tighten up the rhythm of your audio tracks, or even change the tempo of your entire project instantly. And experience the pristine sound quality of SONAR’s mix engine and brilliant new plug-ins including VC-64 Vintage Channel™ and Session Drummer™ 2.
Both existing SONAR customers and users of other software products are encouraged to attend the Fast Forward >>SONAR 6 Tour. Visit www.cakewalk.com/events to learn more about the tour and pre-register for dates in advance. Cakewalk product specialists will be on hand at each tour date to provide an in-depth look at the powerful tools SONAR 6 provides, as well as to answer any questions. Giveaways, upgrades, and competitive upgrade pricing to SONAR 6 will be available the night of the event.
Experience SONAR 6 on Windows Vista - Coming 2007
Microsoft is sponsoring the Fast Forward >> SONAR 6 Tour to spread the word that SONAR 6 will be ready for Windows Vista, coming in 2007. We have been running periodic compatibility tests with Windows Vista beta and release candidate builds, and we are happy to report that in all of our testing, SONAR performs very well under this new operating system with no notable compatibility issues. Additionally unlike Windows XP X64, Windows Vista 64 bit edition now has full codec support, so SONAR X64 will work better than ever in Vista. Shortly after the release of Vista, Cakewalk will issue an update to SONAR further enhancing our support for this operating system, and allowing musicians to take advantage of the advanced functionality being offered by Vista.