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Audio Effects

SONAR provides more than 30 different audio effects. If you choose either Process > Audio Effects or Process > Audio Effects > Cakewalk, you’ll notice that some of these effects cover the same type of processing. Why would Cakewalk include multiple effects that accomplish the same task?

Well, some of the effects are designed to work with mono audio signals, and others are designed to work with stereo audio. They include parameters for both the left and right stereo channels. In addition, some of the effects process audio with a lower level of quality, and they include fewer parameter settings. So why include them? Because they provide one advantage: They don’t take up as much computer-processing power. This means you can apply more of the lower-quality effects to your tracks in real-time, especially if you have a slow computer system.


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