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Part V: Effects and Mixing >  Using Audio Effects

Chapter 18. Using Audio Effects

Except for the most purist classical projects, much of the sound of modern recordings is shaped by the judicious use of audio effects. Reverberation, delay, equalization, and compression—these are primary tools for the mix engineer. A traditional studio has racks full of hardware boxes that accomplish these effects, but SONAR includes numerous plug-in effects that let you process the sound without ever leaving the computer. In this chapter you will learn how to:

  • Use real-time audio effects

  • Use and create plug-in presets

  • Bypass and change the order of effects

  • Apply audio effects offline


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