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Chapter 18.  Using Audio Effects  > Applying Audio Effects

Applying Audio Effects

In a host-based system like SONAR, where all audio processing is handled by the computer's CPU, it's almost inevitable that you will want to add more effects than your system can handle in real time. When this happens, you can have SONAR apply any real-time effects you have on a track to the clips as though they were file-based processes. Once the effects have been applied, you can remove the plug-ins, thereby freeing up some of your CPU's attention for those additional effects you wanted to add. This is similar to the "freeze" function some programs offer. As with file-based effects, I highly recommend that you clone and archive any tracks on which you intend to use Apply Effects.




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