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Part V: Effects and Mixing >  Using the Console View

Chapter 20. Using the Console View

SONAR's Console view is modeled after a traditional mixer, with big faders and meters and individual vertical "channel strips" for each track. It really doesn't offer any functions that aren't available in the Track view, but it lays out the controls you need to mix your project in a very efficient, manageable, and—for anyone used to physical mixers— familiar way. To take advantage of this view, you simply need to understand its layout, control its display, and learn how to accomplish tasks you already know from the Track view. In this chapter you will learn how to use the Console view to:

  • Show and hide Console view controls

  • Assign inputs and outputs

  • Adjust level and pan

  • Create audio and MIDI tracks, buses, and sends

  • Use the channel EQ (Producer Edition only)

  • Configure the appearance of the Console view


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