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Chapter 8. Exploring the Editing Tools

Chapter 8. Exploring the Editing Tools

In Chapter 7, you learned about some of the essential editing features found in SONAR, including all the views (and the tools they provide), as well as how to manipulate your data via copy, cut, paste, move, delete, and other functions. Although these features provide a lot of power, you might be asking yourself, “Is that all there is?” Not likely! In addition to its fundamental tools, SONAR provides a full arsenal of sophisticated editing features. Some can be used to process audio data, some to process MIDI data, and some to process both kinds of data. One aspect they all have in common, however, is that they can be accessed in more than one view (similar to the copy, cut, and paste functions). Of course, as you learned previously, for MIDI data you’ll use the Track, Piano Roll, Staff, and Event views, and for audio data you’ll use the Track view.

This chapter will do the following:


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