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Introducing StudioWare

Being able to store all the parameter settings for your MIDI gear within a project is great. You can have your entire studio set up in a matter of seconds. But to set those parameters initially, you still have to fiddle with the knobs and controls on the MIDI gear. Because some MIDI devices have a limited number of controls, the only way to change their parameters is to wade through an endless maze of menus on a small (and sometimes cryptic) LCD screen. SONAR provides a feature called StudioWare that lets you adjust all the parameters in your MIDI devices without ever leaving your computer. More important, it lets you access those less-than-accessible parameters in a very intuitive and easy manner.

Using StudioWare, you can adjust the parameters for any of your MIDI devices remotely from your computer. Basically, you can have virtual buttons, knobs, and faders on your computer screen that represent each of the adjustable parameters in your MIDI devices. When you move a knob or fader on your computer screen, it changes the value of an assigned parameter in a MIDI device. Now, not only can you store MIDI device parameters, you also can adjust them. Using the Sysx view and StudioWare, you may never have to touch your MIDI gear again (except maybe to turn it on). Plus, you can record the adjustments you make to any onscreen controls and then play them back in real-time, which means you can automate parameter changes for a MIDI device as well.


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