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Chapter 9.  Importing and Using Audio Lo... > Preparing an Audio Track for Recordi...

Preparing an Audio Track for Recording

Once you’ve chosen your track’s input and output, there are just a couple more things you need to do before you can successfully record audio into SONAR 3. You need to be sure you or the artist you’re recording can hear what’s being recorded, and you need to “arm” the track for recording so SONAR will actually commit it to disk.

Arming a Track for Recording

Every recording device, whether it’s based on hardware or software, requires you to specify what tracks are going to be recorded at any given time. This is known as record-arming a track. Essentially, it tells SONAR to direct what’s coming in on that track to the hard disk for storage and eventual playback. It doesn’t get any simpler than this, as you’ll see in the next steps.


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